Here is a small collection of the things we made for her party:
These upcycled soup cans were painted to hold utensils. I did create a stencil for the mouth to keep things even.
I bought the red foam visors at a craft store and used craft foams sheets to create the face. They were super easy to make and were much better than paper party hats!
These cupcakes were really easy to make as well. The eyes are large marshmallows, the mouth is half of an Oreo cookie. The orange candies came from Party City, where I dug through their jawbreakers and just bought the orange ones by the piece. The red and black frosting came was the prepared stuff from the tubes.
The veggie trays were fun to make but don't give too much variety as far as the veggies go. An olive floating in the ranch makes the perfect pupil to the eyes.
What should you do with all of the Oreos left over from the cupcakes? Add cupcake toppers to them with a bit of left over frosting. Super simple and cute!
Every little girl needs a party dress. We measured around her waist and cut elastic just a tad bigger. Sew the ends of the elastic together into a circle. Cut the tulle twice a long as as you need it, fold it in half and loop it over the elastic until the tutu is as full as you'd like it.
The bow was simple as well. Wrap curling ribbon around a dowel and put it in the oven at a low temp for about 20 minutes. The curl will stay in the ribbon once it cools. Glue it to a barrette and you have a party outfit fit for an Elmo Princess!