Friday, December 2, 2011

Lalaloopsy Birthday Party

I can't believe it has already been three years! They went by too fast! I saw this idea on Pinterest and I knew I had to do them too! Every year you'll see how they will change and what they are into that year
My daughter Jaela wanted a Lalaloopsy theme for her Birthday
I have to admit, I think those dolls are SEW CUTE! 
I made button sugar cookies and used this recipe here. 
I love how well they kept their shape!
I used neon food coloring on the cookie dough. I used a circle cookie cutter and a one size smaller circle cutter to make the circle "groove". Then I used a plastic straw to make the button holes. 
Then I sealed them up with a bag topper 
Jaela asked me to make Lalaloopsy cake pops but they have sooooo much detail so I just made "button" cake pops.
and the rest with just rainbow sprinkles 
I made mini Lalaloopsy coloring books 
Get the coloring pages here and here
button tags for the goody bags 
Goody Bag
 This is one of the most delicious cake I have tasted! We got chocolate chocolate chip flavor from Nothing Bundt Cakes
My friend Ida bought the cake and attached some Lalaloopsy Mini Dolls all around. Jaela was so excited to see this cake! 
Can you tell she's SEW HAPPY! :) 
She really loves this Lalaloopsy playhouse!
One of the cutest playhouse I have seen! It came with a "button" stool and a Lalaloopsy Doll; Spot Splatter Splash with a swinger for the doll! 
The very next day she was so occupied playing with all her mini dolls. She said her party was SEW much fun and she can't wait for next year...oh boy!
I also made her a birthday tutu but she didn't get to wear it! I totally forgot about it!!!

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! Very Creative! My daughter is in LOVE with these, and I've been trying to come up with a few ideas!

Lora Joy said...

Thank you! It's too bad they don't sell decorations yet! All I could think of were buttons! :)

MrsElleB said...

Where did you find the cookie bags and toppers at?!

Lora Joy said...

I designed them :) But unable to sell them due to copyright issues. I can create one using button images.

However, you can check Etsy.com, there's alot of sellers who do sell them
http://www.etsy.com/search/handmade/paper_goods?search_submit=&q=lalaloopsy&view_type=gallery&ship_to=US

MrsElleB said...

I don't know why I didn't even think of Etsy! Pregnancy brain! LOL! Thanks for the help!

Lora Joy said...

LOL! Been there!!! I just came across this site today, you might like it, she offers free printables!

http://www.psmiyo.com/2012/01/cute-as-button.html

Heart4Leon said...

Hi, I love your button cookies. Just wondered, did u make the circle and button holes after you baked them or before?

MrsElleB said...

Thanks for the heads up!! You're the best!! (You're really making this party planning thing easy for me!!)

Lora Joy said...

Heart4Leon: I made them before I baked them. I just used a straw to make the button holes. :)

MrsElleB: glad to help! :)

Bree&Bryn'sMom said...

What other items did you put in the goody bags? I'm having a hard idea coming up with items for the boys!

Lora Joy said...

Boys are hard! Luckily for me I only had a few boys! Instead of the mini lalaloopsy coloring book, I did mini superhero coloring books. I just googled "coloring pages". I also included an eye patch for Patch Treasurechest (a lalaloopsy boy). Add Juice box or CapriSun, and some candies! :)

Lora Joy said...

Oh and the picture above, I also added mini frisbee. I wanted to create a sticker for that and attach but didn't have enough time! Most of the goody bag items I found at my local party city for .10 cents! Except for the eye patch, it was .39 cents each :)

Anonymous said...

Very nice! I want my daughters 8th birthday to be as memorable as your daughters! You have very good ideas i just dont have a pc at home and that prevents me from researching much faster and printing what i need printing and they dont have much at the stores yet.

Patty Dryver said...

Wow you really have some awesome ideas. My daughter is turning 8 in April and she wants a lalaloopsy birthday party, so I been looking everywhere I can't think off to find party supplies and can't seem to find any. Thanks for all your ideas.

Virginia said...

What program do you use to make everything printed? All of your ideas were great. I bet your daughter loved it.

Lora Joy said...

Thanks Patty and Virgina!

Virginia: I use Adobe CS2, its an older program but one day I will update to the current Adobe!

Anonymous said...

How did you get your daughter tutu so puffy? So adorable

Caroline said...

Ok, I have to know how you made the buttons for the cake pops!

Lora Joy said...

Caroline: I got them from Bake It Pretty, they are the Vintage Button Candy Molds. I just melted chocolates and used a ziplock with corner nipped to fill buttons

http://www.bakeitpretty.com/vintage-button-mold/

Lora Joy said...

Anonymous: Thank you! Its flat now hehe...this was taken before she put it on. Just simply refluff when they put it on. If wrinkled, I just let it spray it with warm water and poof it and then let it dry...if that makes sense

Bettijo @ PagingSupermom.com said...

I LOVE your button cookies -- so cute! We did a Lalaloosy party too. You can see the pics here: http://www.supermommoments.com/2012/06/lalaloopsy-birthday-party-ideas/

Lora Joy said...

Bettijo: Oh my goodness! Your party is so darling! I love her peanut dress! Love every details!

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Anonymous said...

Go to party city or birthdayexpress.com they have decorations now

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