19 December 2011

In Celebration of a Birthday

Because my daughter loves details, because it was her 18th birthday and because I had the time and inclination, I started dipping things in chocolate. 

Oreos. Spoons.



I then packaged those things.

Sparkly, girly...

Made a banner. 

My daughter went to eat with some of her best girlfriends and returned to this surprise.

A table to celebrate and delight her.

Candies and cookies to send home with her friends.

I am not sure who it pleased more, her or me.

Pretty sure it was me...


  1. Oh how fun! I bet she was thrilled!

  2. Absolutely perfect! You did a great job, I may have to borrow some of your ideas for my daughter, because she would be squealing if she saw this spread. Well done, Mom!

  3. Wow! That's brilliant. I can't wait to have a go at some of those.

    Hope you have a great christmas!



  4. How special and fun! A Birthday Celebration she will never forget!

    Way to go MOM Robin!

  5. Merry Christmas to you and yours Robin! I hope 2012 sees all your dreams come true!


  6. So beautiful! And what a great surprise for your daughter!

  7. So pretty. You know, with all my mamma dramma, I am trying to think of mother as a verb rather than a noun attributable to one person(who in my case is not up to the job.

    Not that there is anything wrong with the mothers that don't 'mother' this way, but to be on the receiving end of this kind of adoration and effort, well, I can't even imagine how wonderful it is.

  8. What a wonderful birthday she must've had! I know I would if my Mom did amazing stuff like you. (Don't get me wrong, I love my mom, she's just not a crafty type person). What beautiful teal and silver memories she'll have... That's some good momming there, Robin.


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