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While the Party In a Box idea is usually reserved for long distance birthdays, I’ve decided to revive the old favorite by creating my own Party In A Box series. Ha! It sounds so serious, I know. But, hopefully some joy and celebrating will be the result of my hard work.
So, to begin the Party In A Box series, I’ve started with a fun local neighbor or friend gift (that is, if you like your neighbors this much). While most Party In A Boxes can’t have perishables (aka. cupcakes) or explosives (aka. confetti poppers) a local friend or neighbor gift can, and should, have both!
I can think of a dozen different reasons to congratulate a close friend, and a dozen other people who I’d love to surprise just because I love them. Because, like my mom is always telling me, I can always find a good reason to have a party. (ps. listen to your moms, people! They know truth.)
But, I am sure you are all wanting to know the dirty little secret – what exactly is in this amazing box full of party? Well, by all means, read o:
- Hallmark Card (47 cents at Walmart. Come on people! Seriously, can’t beat that!)
- Vanilla bean cupcake.
- Fun assortment of straws.
- Confetti poppers adorned with coordinating piece of paper. Keeping it pretty.
- Peace Love & Party balloons from the Flair Exchange. Can’t get over how gorgeous this balloons are!
- Tissue garland.
Oh, and did you know about Hallmark Card Rewards Program? For every 5 cards you buy, you’ll earn a reward! (think – free stuff!)