Recently, Star Wars fans the world over celebrated May the Fourth be with you. While I have seen all of the movies, I am not a huge Star Wars fan, so I did not partake. However, May 4 isn’t the only day this month to let your geek flag fly. May 25th (the anniversary of Star Wars), has been considered Geek Pride Day for several years now, and I’m celebrating in my little corner of the blogosphere with HC’s very first GIVEAWAY!!! YAY!!!
I have acquired these geeky t-shirts, and I will be giving them away on May 25th of this year. The rules of entry are simple:
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A closer look at the prizes (click to enlarge):
Winners will be contacted via email on May 25th and announced that day on the blog and social media. Winners will have until 11:59 (Central) on May 31st to respond via email and claim the reward, or new winners will be chosen and contacted.
For my son’s first birthday, we picked Yoshi as the theme after his favorite plush toy. After lots of google and pinterest surfing, I found a fabulous little party hat that I could make myself for all the attendees. Myself and 2 AMAZING friends of mine spent an evening putting together about 30 of these:
And they were absolutely adorable! If you have a choice, I probably would’ve set up a craft table at the party and let the kids make it themselves. But if you’re going to make them in advance, a couple friends and an assembly line is the way to go.
My son’s first birthday was last month. I forgot to share this with you all. We selected Yoshi from Mario bros as our theme for his party. This resulted in one bomb-diggity cake.
What do you think? I’m extremely proud of it! I did it all freehand. I was short on time, though, so I used a box cake mix.
First, I drew the outline of the cake to scale on some construction paper. I was able to lay that on top of the sheet cake and carve out Yoshi in his egg.
Finally, I baked a single cupcake for his 1-Up mushroom, which was Little Man’s unofficial smash cake. For the tongue, I flattened and stretched out a piece of Laffy Taffy.
The icing is made from scratch so I’ll post that recipe at a later date. Perhaps I’ll do a tutorial of the cake as well? Hmmm…
More Party Things
I also enlisted a friend’s help to make some Yoshi hats for guests and Yoshi egg centerpieces for the tables. I think they turned out nicely! Thanks, Pinterest!
Mine, Mine, MINE!
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