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Camp Four

Cari @ Socially Circled M By Cari @ Socially Circled M  in Birthday


Party Recap

This Summer Camp party was for two boys who are buddies and happen to share the same birthday month! The boys were turning four, so we dubbed the camp 'Camp Four'.
The colors of the party were tan, brown, olive green, cream and a few pops of red here and there.
I used a ton of burlap...for the food stations, I used them on the tabletop as runners that also doubled as the menus for each table.
We had 3 food stations....the 'Brown Bag Lunch' table where we served PB & J's, Pimento Cheese sandwiches, Goldfish and Ants on a Log.
The 'Sweets' table had lots of yummies....s'more pops, dirt cups, campfire stax and the 2 birthday cakes.
We also had a make your own 'Trail Mix Bar', where we had mason jars with custom tags that the guests could fill up with lots of choices...such as, frosted cheerios, teddy grahams, raisins, nuts, was a huge hit!
Activities included a Bug hunt, potato sack races and decorating bird houses.
We had a great time and all the guest left as "Happy Campers'!


Party Helpers



  • Sandra G

    Sandra G wrote:

    Cute ideas.The campfire cookies treats are real cute- how did you make those?

  • Cari @ Socially Circled M

    Cari @ Socially Circled M wrote:

    They are Chocolate Chip Cookies upside down with a layer of chocolate frosting...broken pretzel sticks and red fruit roll-up sticking out! It was a challenge to keep the pretzel rods to stay up, so make your frosting thick!

  • Sandra G

    Sandra G wrote:

    Cute idea!

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    Katie H wrote:

    do you make these sacks or buy them somewhere?

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    Dana K wrote:

    Love this party...Could u please let me know where you got the personalized forks..I am wanting to do a camping themed party for my son..U did an awesome job!! Also, did you do all the personalized tags for everything or did you purchase them on etsy?? Thanks

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    Erin L wrote:

    Where did you find these signs?

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    Mara R wrote:

    How were these tents made?