Sunday, April 25, 2010

Bingo Inspiration

How fun would these be at the Old Fogey Potluck Bingo? A paper & plastic place setting becomes more dynamic with just a few print-outs from your computer.
These little treats are doughnut holes dipped in white chocolate with piped on letters and numbers.
See more Bingo party inspiration in the May 2010 edition of Parents Magazine.

11 comments:

Kim @ Frost Me! said...

I thought the same thing when I got my issue! Love it! Need to find a vintage ball cage!

Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com
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Ashley said...

I love both of these ideas! So cute! Now I need to throw a Bingo Party!!!

Not Just A Mommy! said...

I so have to throw a Bingo party just because of this! I eagerly await their birthday issue every year! They have soccer party tips! Woo-hoo, just what I needed.

So Sweet Stationery said...

I love these Bingo Party ideas! I definitely need to use this idea for my Nan's next birthday party! She loves Bingo. You could also find Bingo card themed invitations. So cute!

Entertain Exchange said...

This is very cute...I alway liked Bingo.

Susan
http://entertainexchange.blogspot.com/

Jenn said...

Those donut holes are fantastic! What a great idea. What if you have the "players" cross off their numbers with frosting? You can just put frosting in sandwich bags, have them snip a little hole in the corner, and they can squoosh frosting out of the whole to cross the letters off as you call out the donut holes!

prettypartyplace said...

this a very cute idea .party can be really fun but can also be stressful. However, if you use a planning guide to assist with the plans, your party will be a spectacular party without all the stress that comes along with planning such a special event.also consider birthday party theme to used for your party.

Sistergirl said...

Just hoppin by, I never thought about having a BINGO paty, but your settig and donuts were so great. Now I have to think of a reason to try this. Keep up the creative work!

8db8555a-da61-11e0-bae9-000f20980440 said...

I love this blog!I like how a simple idea could turn a party into an awesome work of art!I also recommend using standees that are great for picture taking. I got mine here: http://www.almostbreathing.com/

They really looked real and my daughter really loved the Winnie the pooh standee that I made for her. It cost me way less than what I have budgeted it for.

jogara jumawan said...

Wow I love it,They have soccer party tips!your party will be a spectacular party without all the stress that comes along with planning such a special event.also consider kids birthday parties nyc to used for your party.

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