Friday, October 29, 2010

Science Party!

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Today's winning party feature goes to this

Science Party


What a fun party!

In their backyard, under the pergola, Kim created a lab, complete with experiments, test tubes, lab coats and of course goggles. While the parents watched on, and some helped out with the younger scientists {thanks you guys!}, they sipped yummy H2O, or soda, labeled appropriately “Warning: May Bubble, Pop & Fizz!” After the kids poured, mixed and tested all the experiments they took them inside to a “experiment station” aka an ice cream bar where they could test toppings including M&Ms, Snickers, peanut butter chips and even gummy worms, until their little hearts were content.

The beautiful hand iced butter cookies are from Sue at Sweet Tooth Cottage (and are available here in the Celebration Shoppe). The bubbling beakers were Kim's favorite...she even sent them for her son's class party,
bagged with their cello toppers.

To see more of this party, and purchase the Science Party Collection go here.

Thanks for your submission, Kim!
Congratulations on being the winning party feature!


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9 comments:

Adriana said...

Very creative theme, I love it!

Kim @ The Celebration Shoppe said...

Thanks so much Kara for sharing my little guy's party!

Paige said...

This is so cute! I have babies so this won't be an option for a while but I love it.

Ces said...

I love it! great theme for older kids

Lilian Carvalho said...

l.o.v.e.

Crystal said...

Beyond creative! My boys would love this!

Jessica said...

I love it! I love science parties, especially being a chem major. I would like an adult version for my graduation party!

Muna said...

wow!!love this theme! something my son himself would love for his own birthday! thanks for sharing.

Jamie said...

Wondering where to find the stripe straws and test tubes...???

 
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