your entire party area in pink, lavender and light blue.
Put pictures of Abby Cadabby on helium balloons and let
them float around the room freely - it will be like she's
visiting the party!
Abby Cadabby punch with pink lemonade. Use pink or blue
sherbet to add ore color to the drink.
Abby's wand cake! Use a circle cake pan for the top of the
wand and then cut a rectangle from a traditional cake for
the handle. To make the wand look like a pom-pom, use coconut
shavings on top to add a "fuzzy" feel. Or use
pink, lavender and blue sprinkles to look like Abby's wand.
magic wand invitations with the party information listed
on the pom-pom top of the wand. Abby's wand doesn't have
a star, it's more of a pom-pom. Cut a circle of paper large
enough to write your party information. Include a 1/4 to
1/2 inch "edge" for the pom-pom fringe. Cut small
slits into the edge of the circle to make it look like a
common games to Abby's theme - pin the star on the wand.
Or, for more fun, use actual paper pom-poms and stick them
on the wand! Fairy tag - freeze tag with a twist. You have
to be touched by a wand to be un-frozen.
Abby Cadabby magic wands! You can use pink, lavender and
blue yarn, ribbon or crepe paper to make pom-poms. Get a
sturdy piece of cardboard or piece of wood - anything about
3-6 inches wide, depending on how large you want your pom-pom.
Wrap the yarn around the piece of cardboard. The more yarn
you wrap, the fuller the pom-pom will be. You can wrap pink,
then blue, then purple on top of each other. Carefully slide
the wrapped yarn off the cardboard so it stays in a "bunch."
Take another piece of ribbon or yarn about 12 inches long
and tie it tightly around the center of the bunch - so the
"folded" sides of the yarn are above and below
the tying piece. Now cut the bunched yarn at the "fold"
on the top and bottom of the bunch and you'll have a pom-pom.
Use the remaing length from the piece tying the pom together
to attach the pom-pom to a tupe of cardboard, a dowel rod,
a straw or rolled up piece of paper. You can tape the yarn
to the wand handle and then wrap it in more paper or colored
tape to hide the yarn on the handle.