My daughter decided to have a “Hello Kitty” birthday party this year. We took our kids to Disney World for the first time this year so her birthday party was very “budget friendly”. For her, party we had cupcakes, Hello Kitty wafers, and chocolate candy for the kids.You can find these Hello Kitty faces at any craft store in the baking section. I drizzled melted chocolate over and two minutes later done!
I found this candy mold at Hobby Lobby for less than $2.00
I used Hello Kitty wrapping paper I found at Party City. I printed Hello Kitty coloring pages I found off Pinterest for my backdrop, that the kids later took down to color. For our party favors, we made Hello Kitty faces. We used white mold clay, pipe cleaners for her ears and whiskers, and colored molding clay for her nose and eyes. Of course we used a piece of red ribbon for her bow. My Hello Kitty looks more like a bunny, but the kids loved it!