Alice in Wonderland Party Decorations

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Our daughter wanted an Alice in Wonderland party so here are the decorations we made. Butcher paper, cardboard, posterboard, tissue paper, paint, hot glue, and a little fabric go a long way! We also made her Alice costume.

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    Very cool! My daughter liked this and is sharing it on her FB page, https://www.facebook.com/MinkyQuinnCosplay/. It will be posted on Tuesday 7/19/2016.

    Hi, I was wondering, how did you make the floating smoke letters?

    Wow!! She had my dream come true awesome job , love the details

    love it. I've got a Halloween ? Alice party, and I'm going to have to steal some ideas :-). Many thanks

    I was wondering how did you make the base for the heart hedge.. we are doing a haunted house for my school and I am trying not to spend much or actually anything. So do you have any ides for what I could use as an inexspensive base/stand

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    I used a wooden divider that we have in our living room. I use cardboard for almost everything I build. Cardboard hot glue masking tape and paint!! With those items you can come up with just about anything you need!! Cardboard is free! We also always look in paint sections for paint that has been returned to get cheap paint. I hope this helps. If you have any more questions let me know! Good Luck!

    I made an account JUST to tell you how incredibly awesome you are, and you have the LUCKIEST daughter in the world to have such magic created all around her. I am just giddy about what you've done here!

    Thank you for some of the best ideas I've found in weeks for my niece's 7th birthday!

    OH Thank you!!! Our Junior class wants to do an Alice in Wonderland theme for Winter Homecoming this year...I was stumped until I stumbled onto your pictures. These ideas are definitely going to make my job a lot easier!!! I really appreciate you sharing and I hope your daughter had a truly amazing birthday!!

    Well done! I'm planning an Alice in Wonderland party for the end of the month and this has given some great ideas!

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    Thank you! I hope you have as much fun creating your wonderland as we did! Let me kmow if you need any tips or info on anything we made. I would love to see pictures when your done. If your looking for tea pots and cups a great place to look is Goodwill. We found some interesting ones there and pretty cheap!

    Hi! Your decorations are absolutely amazing! I am having an alice in wonderland themed party for my 22nd birthday in mid november and wanted to know how you had done all of your decorations. They would be perfect for my party! Any instructions you can provide me would be greatly appreciated.

    I taped butcher paper to the walls and then painted the flower scenes. I also cut out leaves from cardboard, painted them and hot glued and taped them to the walls. The flowers I used cardboard for the stems, the leaves were posterboard as well as the petals along with tissue paper. I used fishing line to secure those to make them stand up. The mushroom was cardboard with tissue paper glued to it to give it texture. The caterpillar was sewn and stuffed with the face being made with cardboard. Just about everything was made with Cardboard, tissue paper, butcher paper, paint, glue and hot glue.

     Your decorations look great!  We are doing an Alice birthday for our daughter also and I would like to borrow your large door knob decoration.  Was that all butcher paper and poster board?  How did you make that and how long did it take?!

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    We bought a paper table cloth in a gold color for the base. I made the top out of cardboard and painted it. The eyes and mouth were made out of posterboard. I used a full piece of posterboard for the top portion of the mouth and a half for the bottom. We cut out a section of the table cloth and slipped the posterboard underneath and taped it to the door. The doorknob was a piece of cardboard we made into a ring, the knob part was a circle that we got wet and kind of molded to resemble the knob. The eyebrows were pieces of cardboard painted black and hot glued on. If you have any other questions let me know! Good luck!

     I'm in awe and very, very jealous of your lucky daughter.  :)  You did a fantastic job capturing the look of Disney's Alice in Wonderland and it's almost like stepping into the Disneyland ride for a full afternoon.  Wonderful job!

     Wow wow wow!!! That is amazing! Great job, you left no leaf unturned! :)