original idea sketch and invitation
and the actual cake
Welcome to the Tall Nine Ranch.
and the fun we created for her. She picked a pink and yellow theme,
with horses of course. She had the idea of cake pastures and horses
with a big barn. Lucky for her her idea~dream came true.
horse figure toy on top. I think they look really cute.
I individually wrapped them in clear plastic. These are an easy made ahead treat.
Then mounted/glued on a rectangle of yellow card stock stamped with a pink
bucking bronco. (Like the Invites)
That is a quickie the kids can do.
See those smiles! That's why I do all this work. My daughters loved everything.
The horse figures in the cupcakes were also a take home favor.
Good for stuffing in their booty bag with their popcorn balls,
cookies, lip glosses, neckerchiefs, and chewing gum.
I made each girl a neckerchief/bandanna from a triangle of fabric.
in the shapes of horse heads, boots, cowgirl hats, and horse shoes.
For the Wooden horse shoes game I bought wooden dowels
and wooden horse shoe shaped letters C & U.
These I painted pink and yellow and painted little paisleys on.
I would have used just the letter C's but my store only had 2 left.
The C's are easier to handle and toss.
We sat on straw bales of course.
We also had a real horse to ride, which was the main event, of the party.
All the girls got a ride either alone or with a friend.
Thank you to our neighbor who brought her horse Cherokee over
and helped our party have a ride!