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Topic: foodless, cakeless party...HELP!!..PLEASE  (Read 655 times)
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« on: November 17, 2007 09:54:15 PM »

I am looking for ideas on a "cakeless" cake for my sons 2nd birthday. He is currently tube fed and we are on our first food trial of sweet potatoes. So that is the only food he can eat. That is his only safe food. And we are still in trial phase with that. We could still end up back formula only.  However, he can have ice, dum dum suckers and smarties. Strange I know. I have heard of people using boxes and different things of that nature to make a cake, but not sure how to go about doing things. Would love to hear some creative ideas on a cake idea. I sometimes come up with crafty ideas, but not good at execution. lol So, if anyone has any ideas on what I could do, it would greatly appreciated. Also, any other party ideas would be great too. I don't want to have a party where there is alot of food/snacks.I don't mind having some foods, I just don't want to be alot and if alot of snacks, just makes easier for my son to get hold of. Not sure if matters or not, but I would like to do his party in clifford the big red dog theme. Please help. Thanks. Tasha
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2007 03:06:59 PM »

I make diaper cakes for baby showers, but I think you can kind of go along with the same concept. Maybe you could find a clifford bath towel, fold it lengthwise( meaning fold the left side to the middle, then the right side to the middle, and then fold the left to the right side *I really hope that made sense*) Then roll the towel from one end to the other, securing it with a rubberband. And you could decorate it on top with clifford toys, maybe you could even find clifford bath toys. I hope this helps!!
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« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2007 01:50:06 PM »

i've seen people make candy cakes.  take a big styrefome circle and stick lolipops and other candy in it (use a bobby pin on the twisty plasic end, i hope that makes sense.) 

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