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    Around $20 plus junk shop card and paper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    I do this for his close friends, but this little girl invited the entire class (very nice of her). She and my ds rarely play together.

    I spent $20 not including a card.

    That's enough right??
    Definitely enough! I hope your boy has a great time

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    Wow we never buy cards. My kids always make them. I think that they are nicer than a store brought card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Wow we never buy cards. My kids always make them. I think that they are nicer than a store brought card.
    I think that's a very each to their own thing, just because someone buys a card rather than makes it, doesn't make it any less "nice"

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Wow we never buy cards. My kids always make them. I think that they are nicer than a store brought card.
    They probably are but my kid isn't very into colouring in.

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    $20 is definitely enough for a class friend. A close friend I spend $20-30

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Definitely enough! I hope your boy has a great time
    Thanks, I'm sure he will. Play centres are the best when you're 5 😊

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    We spend $20

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    More than enough. I spend about $20-25 on close friends and $15-$20 on a friends that she doesnt play without side of school or all that much.
    play with outside, not play without side.....that was driving me crazy.

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    I usually spend $40 - $50. I buy a toy or book and a piece of clothing.


 

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