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« on: October 10, 2008 06:29:48 PM »

This year, I'm going to try and persuade my parents to let me have a christmas party with about 13 girls. Just from like 5 - 11 or something like that. Here's what I have planned so far...

Activites:

-sledding
-white elephant gift exchange (everyone brings and wraps a 15$ gift, and than you trade them, but it's a game. Super fun.)
-talking
-dance game thing that we always do at my parties Smiley

Food:

-pizza (homemade)
-chips
-soda
-xmas cookies/ice cream

Decorations:

-green/red crepe paper



I need help! Especially when it comes to decorations! My walls are already green, so it's a good start, haah. Thanks!!
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« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2008 05:04:56 PM »

get coffee filters and cut them into snowflakes ad hang from the ceiling, use construction paper or green and red crepe paper, maybe get craft supplies and those plain glass ornaments from Michaels and everyone could decorate them together...
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