I moved the Disney Christmas tree from our bedroom to use as a centerpiece, along with some stuffed and plastic characters. (We didn't drink tea, but the traveling teapot was part of the fun.)
Little Disney trinkets filled a take home goodie box. I used our retro Disney cups and some Pooh plastic ware.
I wasn't ready when they arrived, so I put them to work helping fix lunch. They were wonderful help and knew their way around a kitchen.
Our Clubhouse sandwich makings
Minnie's Bow Pasta, Tinkerbell Wands and Finding Nemo Crackers
Arabian Night Stars and Mater's Dipsticks
One of my boys asked if I made a cake. I asked why. He said it was one of the girl's birthday. They failed to mention that when they selected the date. He quickly headed to a local bakery for a cake. Her favorite character is Sully and he found a cake in those colors. The baker quickly added a Mike and Sully ring.
Our planned dessert was decorated Mickey cookies. The girls decorated them anyway, and saved them for later.
We played Settlers of Catan and a lot of cards. (These girls are avid card players. We didn't play on the trip, but they spend the week of our county fair at our camper playing cards - Thirteen, Kemps and Up and Down the River are their favorites - and work for a large group.) We taught them a game they hadn't played before. We have always called it Nertzi, but most just call it Nertz. It turned into a 3.5 hour game.
They made me a couple goodies and a new Disney ornament for our tree. These girls are talented! It was a fun afternoon.
Sips and Smiles,
Teresa (Momma Mouse) and the Teapot