Birthday Party: Pretty Pink Princess Party Theme

• 4 pounds pink peppermints
• 12 clear cellophane bags, each 4 by 2 3/4 by 9 inches

To give the card stock a finished edge, use the scissors to enevly trim the squares on all four sides. Using the paper punch, punch a hole in one corner of each square. Using the glitter pen, write each guest's name on a card stock square.

Thread 1 length ribbon through the hole in 1 card stock square, positioning the square at the ribbon's midpoint. Repeat with the remaining ribbon lengths and card stock squares.

Put 2 generous handfuls of pink peppermints in a cellophane bag. Tie a ribbon around the top of the bag, making sure the name of the tag faces out; tie securely and finish with a bow. Repeat to create the 11 remaining packets.

Page Three:
Find the pink Party-Princess Cake recipe

Party Princess Cake
• 1 box (18 1/4 ounces cake mix)
• 2-quart round ovenproof metal mixing bowl
• 1 can (16 ounces) vanilla frosting
• Pink food dye • Decorative edible toppings including cake flowers and candies

To make the skirt for the princess:
Preheat the oven according to the cake mix package directions. Generously grease and flour the metal mixing bowl and set aside. Prepare the batter according to the package directions. Pour the batter into the mixing bowl. Gently rotate the bowl to settle and level the batter. Bake until the cake's top is golden brown and begins to pull away from the sides, and a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Let the cake cool in the bowl. Gently loosen the edges with a spatula before inverting the cake onto a wire rack.

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