Monday, October 24, 2011

Halloween-Themed Birthday Bash for a Five-Year-Old

One advantage of being born in October is that guests can come dressed up in costumes to your birthday parties!

All the decorations can be just in time for Halloween, too.

One of my nieces is a party planner extraordinaire. She's so amazing and creative.

It's party time for her five-year-old.

Just look at these party treats!

Now this is a birthday cake, (made by another talented niece), that you could roar about:

These apple slices you can really sink your teeth into:

There are black cats and pumpkins, too:

And spiders in the scary brew:

Ghosties are hanging from the lights:

While another ghostie on the table gives quite a fright:

There are lush caramel apples:

 And lollypops, too:

Don't you wish this birthday bash was for you?


La Tea Dah said...

Wow, lots of work for a creative and fun party!

Bookie said...

Wow, you have been having lots of little people fun!!!!!!

diane stetson said...

Creativity runs in the family including the photographer and writer of this blog!

Dianne said...

What great ideas! Love the apples with the big teeth and the lollipop bugs!

australianminingjobs said...

Morning, I came here after seeing your comment about not making money with adsense and thought that I could help you a bit.
In the first sentences, use your blog name, or words from you blog. Google search engines skim looking for key words that people search for. So by adding those words in the start of your blog post, it makes you more likely to show up in search engines.
When you save a photo that you will be uploading, save it with your blog name first, including .com and if you add five photos, (your photos are fabulous!) then the search engines have five more key words of yours and then add your reference. Say it is the wonderful wonderful teeth, save as blognameteeth. Not 100876JPG, as most are apt to do.
Tag the photos the same.
If you put them at picasa, then you let people go there too and it is linked to Google, and their search engines.
I use (commision junction) and if this post was mine, I would go to cj find shops that sell recipe books, red buckets, cameras and so on. These links are included as a text link, or in the photo. Such as, when someone hovers over the red bucket in your photo, they can click on it and be taken to the shop that sell them, and you get paid commission when they buy.
The text link is included in the sentence, it is another colour.
These little things can change how you are seen by search engines.
Plus, Google likes webpages that are old. Newer ones do not go up as high in the searches and so yours is perfect there.
Wonderful photos. Sell them. The apples, if it were mine, I would sell to Australian women's magazines, 'That's Life'pays $100 for a recipe. also has a British site and so perhaps you have one in your country.
If you take a photo of the apples from different perspectives, you can sell to multiple magazines, at different times of the year.
Never send the same photo to different magazines.
Make subtle changes because they like to show new stuff and not the same stuff as their competition.
You are very good at what you do.
You could actually consider downloading it all and selling as an ebook as well.

Chatty Crone said...

Hey great looking party and Happy Birthday.

I love the spiders in the jello and the apple teeth - I am going to see if I can make them for Andy.

Love, sandie

Karen Lange said...

The cake is so cute! Maybe I'll ask for one like that for my birthday. :)

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