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Fisher-Price Playdate

My mother-in-law sent me a link to {House Party}, which I had never heard of before, with an opportunity to host a playdate with a bunch of {Fisher-Price} toys.  I investigated the site and thought at first there was no way I would be picked.  I decided to go through the steps to be chosen, and was lucky enough for an invite!  A few days later, the packages arrived.

 The toys just kept coming and coming out of the box!
 Fisher-Price also sent goodies for all of the guests.

 In order to receive the materials from Fisher-Price, I agreed to host a playdate for children to come over and play with the toys.  What a great excuse to invite the boys' friends over!  
Fisher-Price provided some decorations and other resources for the playdate.

I made some fun food and drinks for everyone and set up the toys.




The finger foods and punch were a hit with the kids!  I don't think they even realized it was all good for them. 

We received the {Rev 'n Go Stunt Garage} and the {Imaginext Eagle Talon Castle} sets.

The kids had a blast playing with each other and the toys!


Thanks Fisher-Price for this awesome experience!  The best part is that I can continue to sign up for other opportunities to host parties and receive products through House Party.  It's very easy to do, and there are all kinds of parties.
Have you hosted a party through House Party or something similar?  How was your experience?

4 comments:

  1. It looks like your party was a success!

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  2. Marie EckenrodeSeptember 24, 2012

    WoW! Looks like so much fun. May I ask was there any upfront cost to you other than supplying refreshments, hosting? Or to guests? Or did Fisher Price simply send you everything to share and to get there "name and product" out there?

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    1. The only thing I paid for was the food for the refreshments. Fisher-Price sent all of the toys and supplies for the guests' bags. Each party has different things they send you and activities for you to do depending on the company and product. Go to houseparty.com to check it out. I've already applied to host other parties and am just waiting to hear whether or not I've been chosen.

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  3. I'm so happy that I was able to share House Party with you, Erin.
    Seeing all the wonderful toys Fisher Price and House Party sent you for your party makes me feel like I helped you to give Jackson and Brady some really great toys that I could never have afforded on my own. Ryan bought himself Castle Greyskull when he was seven - it was one of his favorite toys. :-) Your snacks were so creative and inviting for children! We used to make "ants on a log" a lot as a school snack.
    Congratulations on a great House Party event!

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