How to host an outdoor movie party — treat the neighborhood to a showing of The Brave Little Toaster
What could be better on a summer night than your yard, some friends, and a good movie? Here’s how to plan an outdoor film screening of your very own; it’s easier than you might think. This could also be a fun and low-cost kids’ birthday party or family event.
Recently my friend Jewels threw her husband a birthday party inside a gigantic blanket fort. Yes! We made Fluffytown in an apartment!
Our house was so well-known that I was once informed of my own party by strangers. You can bet I have ideas about surviving a party house.
Come inside! See fairy tale houses, read about interesting interviews in the Clicky Links, and just be a cooler human being for it.
In a harried moment the other day, I picked up one of my son’s sippy cups and took a chug of water. It was one of these cheap weiner dog sippies from Ikea, and as I was drinking from it I realized … I really LIKE how this feels in my hand. Then I realized I’d like it with a cocktail in it.
You’ll know you need a first aid kit when you see what Arlette’s got in hers.
If you haven’t thrown a theme party since you were eight, you’re overdue. Use these guidelines and ideas to get going on imaginative grown-up themed throwdowns.