There are some people in this world who are born to just sprinkle a little bit of glitter and spread rainbows all over the world. My cousin, Leah Foster, happens to be one of those people. Leah is an incredibly talented mixed media artist and she is currently living and studying in NYC. What’s a mixed media artist you may ask? She’s the type of artist that uses all kinds of materials to form her art. She’s most famous for installing thousands and thousands of cupcakes in to an art exhibit. Don’t believe me or wanna see? Click here! As you can see, there is no end to Leah’s imagination. So, of course, when it came time for her birthday party we all knew it couldn’t be just any old birthday party. In fact it had to be a RAINBOW GLITTERFEST EXTRAVAGANZA! Please join me in viewing literally the HAPPIEST blog post EVER! Please note all the lovely photography is also courtesy of Leah. In Leah’s own words her party was a, “magical, rainbow, bohemian. glitterfest, wonderland!” Colorful, handmade pennants and deer heads…that’s how we decorate in Texas! Stunning tent made out of lights and streamers. A little bit of magic under a tree. Super fun rainbow cake from The Cake Shop in San Antonio. The birthday girl in the flesh! The guests also enjoyed a holi powder fight full of color and laughter! Happy birthday, Leah! Thank you for sharing your joy with everyone around you! _________________________________________ Don’t forget to enter my latest giveaway for a $50 gift card to HEB!! a Rafflecopter giveaway This is my sTORI being written as you read. – Love, Mommy Tori 3 Responses gmaj 02/13/2013 How special!! Did you do all of that yourself?? I know Leah was estatic! Reply firstname.lastname@example.org 02/13/2013 Leah did the whole party! She made lots of stuff! Reply Nina 02/19/2013 That’s pretty awesome decor, and totally matches what her art is. Very cool! Nina recently posted…The Sleep Easy Solution FREE GIVEAWAY Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Subscribe to The sTORIbook! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.