Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so I’ve been on the hunt for some cool and unique Valentines my son can pass out to his class this year. We still have a bunch of tiny dinosaurs left over from my son’s dinosaur birthday party, so I decided to make my own DIY dinosaur Valentines for this year’s festivities. Read more
One of the funnest parts of party planning for me is re-envisioning recipe names to suit the party’s theme. This time, I used a classic Easter no bake cookie at a dinosaur party — making eggs in a nest into pterodactyl nests.
These yummy no bake cookies combine the sweet flavors of butterscotch and peanut butter with the salty crunch of chow mein noodles. Combined with yummy Whopper Easter eggs, these were a hit with the kids, who had fun imagining the nests filled with potential baby dinos. Read more
As I was researching decoration ideas for Noah’s dinosaur-themed birthday party, I kept coming across photos of cute tiny party hats placed on plastic dinosaur toys. I knew right away that I wanted to incorporate the idea into my decor. Read more
We’re definitely a snacking family. So, when I came across this dinosaur snack mix idea from The Skinny Fork, I knew I had to incorporate it into my son’s dinosaur-themed party. Of course, it was a big hit…mainly because it includes fun dino-shaped treats in each bag.
At Noah’s party, I labeled the snack mix as “Stegosaurus Snack Mix,” because I love using alliteration when creating fun names for the food I used at each party. (But the mix did have some stegosauruses in it!) Read more