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Amazon Prime

If you’re like me and do a lot of shopping on Amazon, Prime is essential. It pays for itself very quickly in shipping savings, not to mention the music, videos, and Kindle books that are included.

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Party City

When I’m looking for themed party supplies such as plates, cups, napkins, etc., I shop at our local Party City. If you don’t have a brick and mortar store near you, check out their online catalog. You can usually find good coupons to reduce the cost of shipping.

Cricut

It took me a while before I finally broke down and bought a Cricut Explore Air 2. It saves so much time; I don’t know why I waited so long! I use it to cut out bits and pieces for invitations and party decorations.

Outdoor Decorations – Amazon

Amazon has some excellent options for lighting and outdoor decorations.

Halloween Party Games Pack: over 50 printables for all the family!

PrintGamesNow.com

If you don’t have the time or desire to come up with your own party games, give this website a try. They have games for just about every occasion!

Birthday in a Box

Birthday in a Box has tons of themed party supplies, including cups, plates, napkins, balloons, and other decorations.

Fun.com

Think of Fun.com as a party supply version of Walmart. They have themed party favors, decorations, and other supplies for great prices!

Lighted Centerpieces

GlowSource.com

GlowSource.com is my one-stop shop for anything glow-in-the-dark…and I mean anything!

Consumer Crafts – Craft Supplies

If you don’t have a good craft store nearby, you can’t go wrong with Consumer Crafts. Extensive inventory and great prices!

Blitsy.com – Art & Craft Supplies

Blitsy is another great online craft supply shop. They have more art supplies than Consumer Crafts, so if you’re hosting an art party, this is a good place to start.

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