Well here it is the party table. I ended up being very slack and bought mini cupcakes and a mudcake, not wanting to battle with my oven I thought this would be the easiest way to go and the kids did not mind at all.
The lolly jars I picked up at Kmart and pirate themed them with Kit Kats as planks and Maltesers as Canon Balls, I got some white paper bags from the local craft shop for free (thankyou ladies) and used little wooden pegs to close them. The little wrapped boxes were a thank you gift of chocolates for the parents.
The goodie bags were a big hit with bubbles, slinkys, bat & balls and stickers. I made treasure maps and hid some treasure chests in the backyard with chocolate gold coins in them which had the children running all over the place. And finally I served the fish shaped crumbed fish and chips in newspaper cones, easy for the kids to walk around with and no cleaning up later!
A mother to 2 little Sprouts, wife to Mr Sprout & animal lover of Gilbert the dog, Tabitha the cat & Snowy the rabbit.
Designer and maker of Brusselsprouts clothing.
Renovating a 1905 house in Kalgoorlie.