Rapunzel + Tangled Art Party

Posted on January 3rd, 2012 by Kara
Comments 16

My next party feature goes to this darling RAPUNZEL + TANGLED ART PARTY submitted by Fara Medina-Santori of Little Things Creations. Now this is a cute party. Everyone is in love with Tangled right now, it has become a very popular party theme. Fara nailed it with this one. LOVE the tower cake, the braids attached to the party hats & the paintbrush rice crispy treats!

Here is what Fara said about the party- “I am sharing with you my daughter’s Rapunzel Art Party, which I styled for her sixth birthday. I got inspired in the Rapunzel character of the new Disney’s movie, Tangled. My daughter fall in love with the movie and loved the fact that Rapunzel was painting all the time (just like her). I combined her love for art and her love for the movie and this was my result. We had lots of fun preparing all, my daughter was a great helper this time, we even made homemade playdough, has favors. It was a great experience for both of us!

The cake tower was inspired by a Disney website idea, but with some small variations. The paint brush krispy treats was also super fun to make. We saw the idea on Pinterest and later found out that is from Kim of  The celebration shoppe. It was a great addition to our art party table. Also were the oreo’s pops and the beautiful and delicious cupcakes made by my incredible mother in law, who also made the delicious cake underneath the tower.”

Vendors:Party styling: Fara Party Design (www.farapartydesign.com) (www.facebook.com/FaraPartyDesign)
Paperie: Little things Creations (www.facebook.com/little.things.creation)
Tutu: Unik Baby (http://www.etsy.com/shop/Unikbaby)
Hair accessory: Prendas by Enid (http://www.etsy.com/people/prendasbyenid)
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16 thoughts on “Rapunzel + Tangled Art Party

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  1. Fara

    Thanks so much Kara for featuring my daughter's party! I love your site and your ideas. Your blog is more beautiful every time. For me you are the blogger DIVA! ;)

    Thanks girls for all your sweet words!

    @Selina- Those paint bucket are from Oriental Trading.

    @Kristen. That backdrop was made with a lot of extra strong double face tape and clear tape. First I tape the gift wrapper paper with clear tape to the wall and the window behind. Then I arrange the curtains with the double face tape. Was a little bit hard to make but so much worth it!

    xoxo,

    Fara
    (www.farapartydesign.com)

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  2. Anonymous

    Hi Can you tell me what type of frosting works well on the rice krispy paint brushes and maybe give the recipe?
    Thanks so much
    I appreciate it!

    Reply
    1. Jennifer

      I use the candy melts. You can buy them already colored or white at Michael’s. But, if you add your own coloring to white candy melts, make sure you get candy melt coloring…not icing coloring. It will ruin your melts.

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