Ideas For A Birthday Party With A Candy Theme

I’m always on the lookout for creative ways to manage the sugary loot our family brings in on Halloween and Easter, besides socking it away where it eventually ends up on my hips. So when I read these inventive tips from Tracey B. Johnson, LCSW, founder of Practical Parenting in Portland, I knew I’d implement at least one this year.

Candy mints are the most popular filler for tins but you have many other choices available, these include CBD gummies, tarts, breath mints, cinnamon, sour apple candies and bubble gum. To accommodate these candies, mint tins come in palm and altoid sizes. If you want a truly unique favor on your reception tables you might like mint tins to double as place card holders. These can be printed or engraved with your names and wedding date and the names and table numbers of your guests.

You can have a lot of fun dressing with a pair of wellies. If you’re feeling feminine, dress them up with a cute jean skirt, tee, and cardigan sweater. Don’t forget about your skinny jeans. They will look super cute tucked into a pair of knee-high weatherproof boots. For extra warmth and style, wear your boots with a pair of thigh-high socks. Be sure to accent your rainy day outfits with a jazzy scarf.

Children love gummi hot dogs, pizzas, hamburgers, and French fries. These goodies look like miniature versions of the real thing, complete with all the fixings. Add them to the counter area and CBD gummies kids will pick one up each time they visit the store. Gummy sidewinder snakes are also a hit with children. A new treat that is sure to be a hot seller is the gummi lightning bug. This little guy actually lights up, while at the same time being edible. Adults and children alike will not be able to resist.

The teacher we can see: who can’t use a pencil, right? The dentist, sure, why not brush your teeth after all that junk food? But the Christians? Bibles? Seriously?

Whether you’ve having a party and want a unique but inexpensive treat, or you have bored kids who are getting mighty hungry, fruit and confections shish kabob will please ’em all. They’re unusual, taste great, and are truly beautiful. Choose unique items to use on the sticks, place each in a bowl, then let the kids get busy. They can slide a number of different items onto the stick, according to their own tastes, then create the shish kabob of their dreams.

Whatever you choose to get your man this Valentine’s Day make sure it is something that will reflect the love that the two of you share and the way he makes you feel. Remember it doesn’t have to be expensive there are tons of great gifts out there that won’t break the bank.