While planning and looking for supplies I could not find a single unicorn in all of Michaels! The kind-of-punk check-out woman said "I'm not surprised." with a smirk. I'm not sure what that meant. Then I had to go on a bit of a safari (maybe not such an appropriate term to use here) to find a unicorn balloon. I was kind of shocked by all this lack of unicorn love. I thought they were quite popular, though perhaps they are "so last year" or something.
Finding the cake- or cupcakes in this case- to make was actually easy! I thought I would just put a printed cupcake topper on them, but then I found this. These were really easy. I frosted them and Willa put the faces on. I should admit I had made the snouts in advance, so all she had to do was stick them on. They are pretty "snouty" looking, as one of you said, but they were a hit.
|"Aren't I cute and delicious?"|
The party was really fun. There were nine kids, which was a good sized group for yoga and it seemed they all enjoyed themselves. They did yoga first and snacks and gifts after.
|Willa looks like she's having fun.|
|Cousin Fiona performs one-legged pigeon pose.|
|I believe they are "growing plants" in the "yoga garden".|
|Cousin Evie pretending to be a fish.|
|Downward facing dog. Well, most of them, anyway.|
|Now they are a huge sunflower in the garden.|
|Camryn using her snout in new ways.|