|Cooking Party Invitation Source: Jaco'lyn Murphy|
Looking for Cooking Party Invitation inspiration? Well I love this cooking party invitation from Jac o 'lyn Murphy with a Rolling Pin Invitation.
The invitation wording is great:
Chef "Birthday Child name"'s Cooking Bash
A recipe for birthday fun
1 cup of giggles
1 large bag of fun
Mix it together on : Date of party
Cooking Time: Time of party
Preheat oven at: Place of party
Nov 17, 2011
Nov 6, 2011
|Christmas Grinch Punch Source: Tasteofhome.com|
Christmas Grinch Punch Recipe: from Tatseofhome.com
1/3 cup sugar
6 tablespoons plus 1/12 teaspoons of water
1/2 teaspoon of almond extract
3/4 cup of milk
12 drops of neon green food colour
2 litres of lemon-lime soft drink
2 Litres of vanilla ice cream
In a large saucepan, combine sugar and water. Cook and stir over medium heat until sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat. Stir in milk and almond extract. Transfer to a bowl and cool to room temperature. Cover and refrigerate until chilled.
Before serving transfer milk mixture to punch bowl. Stir in food colouring and soft drink. Top with generous scoops of ice cream
Thanks Tasteof home. Enjoy!
|Tissue Pom Poms hanging from our arched tree entry|
|Tissue Pom Pom everywhere!|
|Fairy Treasure Hunt was heaps of fun|
|Butterfly Face Paint design|
|Tiger face paint design was amazing|
|Dinosaur face paint design was voted the best|
|Fairy hosts were amazing from Parties Kids Remember|
|Pink Fairy Floss fairy from Parties Kids Remember|
|Party Bunting added some extra colour to the backyard|
|Adults enjoyed cake, fruit, biscuits, sushi whilst the kids were entertained|
|The calm after....|
|Chocolate Mudcake with fluro fondant.|
Nov 2, 2011
|Mummy Wrap Game|
Here is how you play:
Rolls of toilet paper (some people like to use crepe paper)
Divide players into teams of two and give each pair a roll of toilet paper. Instruct one member of each team to race to wrap his partner, mummy-style, at the sound of the music. Teams must use up the whole roll, avoiding the head and wrapping arms separately from the torso.
Once wrapped, the mummy hops to a finish line, holding his arms to his sides and trying not to break any of the wrapping.
The first Mummy to the finish line wins.