Wednesday, January 13, 2010

An artsy 7th birthday party

Our middle daughter celebrated her 7th birthday with school classmates and her two sisters at the Eagan Art House. An art teacher showed them all how to make a painted masterpiece and also a crayon colored abstract. Eating cupcakes from Byerly's bakery was a fun and yummy conclusion to the party. And notice the two fancy, plastic snowflakes rings atop each cupcake!







27 comments:

  1. Wie die Zeit doch vergeht! Nachträglich alles Liebe und Gute zum 7. Geburtstag, Svea. Happy Birthday.

    Familie Grigis

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  2. I think the artwork and the cupcakes were a success. Happy birthday to the little Hagen!

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  3. beau portrait de groupe pour cet anniversaire

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  4. What a wonderful way to celebrate a birthday! Those cupcakes even look artistic.

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  5. I would like to have my birthday celebrated this way !!

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  6. What a fun idea for a party! Those cupcakes look delicious.

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  7. Very cute and that sounds like a wonderful way to spend a birthday!

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  8. I love their art work. I hope their creations get framed.

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  9. Gratulerer Svea!!
    Cute artists, and a fun and different way to celebrate.

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  10. Congratulations on your little girl's anniversary, Leif! The paintings look just great.

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  11. Very nice! Feliz cumpleaños! Joyeux anniversaire!

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  12. What a party and such an irresistible, artsy bunch! Well snapped.

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  13. When my eldest son turned 7 we also had an Art Party, but the kids had to dress in their grubbiest clothes as it was a ... Jackson Pollock Party!! Imagine ten kids In a closed studio, letting loose on a giant canvas, flinging paint everywhere!! So much fun. They really need a creative outlet, those 7 year-olds!!:) Hope you had as much fun as the girls did!

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  14. Looks like a fun AND yummy birthday party! Happy birthday and best wishes to your daughter :D

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  15. Happy Birthday to the Hagen daughter, who, I've heard, is a real artiste, and a great cupcake eater (like her dad).

    I wonder if she knows that when he was younger the girls used to call him "cupcake?

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  16. «Louis» sends his greetings to your birthday girl and hopes she had a splendid day!

    It looks like they enjoyed themselves - the smiles on their faces in this photo brought a smile to «Louis'» face!

    (Editor to «Louis»: Cows don't smile, dummy!

    «Louis» to Editor: At least not when YOU are in the room...)

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  17. Of much joy to read that teachers do take that much time.

    All the best for this birthday and all others to come.

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  18. Now this is my kind of birthday party! When my sister and nieces are visiting, I sometimes host arts & crafts afternoons for them. Fun!

    Happy birthday to your daughter!

    Oh, and I love your 4-year-old's comments! She's funny. :)

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  19. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO JR.HAGEN!!!
    HAVE A GREAT ONE!!

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  20. Belles demoiselles !
    And your "4 year old daughter" a fait un commentaire très sympa sur mon site. Merci

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  21. I love (to do and to admire) artwork and I just love cupcakes...now you've made me want to make some.

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  22. Birthday greetings for your middle daughter! A nice way to celebrate your birthday, I bet they had fun. Artwork and cupcakes, nothing can beat this combination :)

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  23. Happy Birthday to the "middle one", nice artwork and, I guess, delicious cupcakes.

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  24. Cute! I'm sure your 7 yr old had a wonderful birthday!

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  25. Life Haagene. Sounds funny, eh? Means in Kannada "Life's like that"! Hope you got it. If you haven't, kindly respond!

    Nice posts you have there.

    My grandfather was Mysore Club's founder member of Rotary.

    Best wishes.

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