By Jordan David. Party Decorations. Published at Friday, March 23rd, 2018 - 06:32:31 AM.
Every party is not complete without food, beverage and of course decoration. You can serve drinks with the colors of the rubix cube for example - orange juice, blue Hawaii and more colorful favorite drinks. Prepare colorful appetizers, onion dips and every other idea you might have for unique colorful food. The best music you can choose for this kind of party is of course 80s music, first because its a very nice music that people always love to dance to and second, because the rubix cube was invented at the early 80s so it can be a real blast from the past.
How to solve a rubix cube theme party - How To Solve A Rubix Cube is not only a math challenge from the early 80s, it is also the most colorful party idea you will see. If you are looking for the best party idea, I suggest you will go for the rubix cube theme party. The goal at the rubix cube party is to trade each of your clothing items that you wear, into one color by the end of the night. The guests should come to the rubix cube theme party, wearing one item of clothing from each different color of the famous rubix cube game. During the party, the guests have to swap so in the end of the party, they will find themselves wear clothes in one single color.
Spread your peanut butter and jelly onto eight whole-wheat hamburger buns. Now heres where the fun begins. Cut four of the eight buns in half. On a large tray or covered cookie sheet, arrange the buns into a shape of a teddy bear. For the tummy, put one whole bun and surround that with 4 half buns. Another whole bun becomes the head/face, with two half buns on the topsides of the head for the ears. Two whole buns become the legs and the final two half buns turn out off of the body to make arms. Garnish the face/head bun with raisin eyes and a strawberry slice mouth and youve got a bear! Use a separate tray for additional sandwiches and watch for all the smiles! Mix some honey and yogurt together for a great dip for cut fruit and your menu is complete!
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