I used potoathead pieces made for a pumpkin on this pirate cake! PS: Use a football cake pan to bake the cake to the perfect size!
What kind of party would it be without a crazy game made by me!!! This potatohead challenged had our teams building, thinking, finding, listening, and sculpting!
This cute little guy is also one year old. Rexy was born on Rick’s birthday last year and hasn’t taken off his birthday hat since!
We found plenty of ways for the kids to help play along too!
In SCULPT IT the teams had to sculpt a potatohead out of mashed potatoes and their teammate had to guess what the real potatohead looked like. I think that Brandon gets extra points for using the potatoskins in his sculpture.
Rick and Lewis helped build a potatohead during this challenge!
Rick and Brandon joined forces to see how many things they could get on their potatohead! (5 points for each item!) Rick used shoes as a nose and then stacked items inside the treads for extra points.
Brandon’s creativity included stacking things on the crown on top and putting as many things as he could inside his potatohead.
Lewis causes trouble….and plays with my animals. Poor bears!
We ate a baked potato with all the fixin’s for dinner.
Afterward we entertained ourselves with potatoheads and coloring. Here Abbey helps Adeline makea potatohead mermaid.