This year Boo was having a hard time deciding what to do for her birthday so I started throwing ideas out and the only one she liked was a candy themed party. I had a lot of fun planning it but a little advice...candy is expensive. And yes you may be thinking to yourself isn't her birthday in July? Yes, yes it is, but since we were gone to Philmont for her birthday and then we had a million other things going on this was the only day that worked to have her party on.
Here is her invitation that I made using photoshop. It is a good thing I took a picture with my phone to send to a friend of mine otherwise I would not have a picture of her invitations. We passed them out without me getting a picture.
After that we played the candy bar game...I am sure I have explained this one before since this is a game that both my girls love to play and we have played it at several parties. To play you need a candy bar or two for each person, no duplicates if you can( I did enough for 2 each plus a few so they had a lot of choices, I added gum this time)and two dice. Put the candy bars in the middle of the circle and each player rolls both dice, if they get a one or a six(not adding the dice together) or doubles they get to pick a candy bar from the middle and then hide it behind their back. When the next player gets a one or six or doubles they can still a candy bar from another player only if they can name the candy bar that player has, or they can take one from the middle. Play continues this way until the kids get tired of it or everyone has what they want.
Every time we play this game there is always one or two candy bars that are in pieces from being traded so many times. This time it was a Hersheys cookies and cream candy bar and shockers.
The girls went home with a cute candy dish and a ton of candy. I hope they all had a fun time.