Little paper sushi will go on tags for the goodie bags. I am currently covered in glitter (much to my dismay).
I love kokeshi dolls. I have loved them since I randomly found one in a thrift store in St. Croix five (or more) years ago. She became my favorite little trinket. I found a couple of kokeshi designs on the internet that I like and drew up some blank ones and copied them onto cardstock for the kids to decorate. I will add a little ribbon so that they can be used as bookmarks. The large kokeshi will be used to play Fukuwarai. It's similar to pin the tail on the donkey (we always have some version of that at every party). Kids cut out the facial features and, while blindfolded, attempt to arrange them correctly on the face.
That red take out box in full of tiny little spinning tops. I had to hide them in the box because my girls LOVE them and will not stop taking them.
One more week until this party and there is still plenty to do. I'm sure I will be vacuuming tiny paper scraps and glitter from my carpet for weeks to come.
On a completely unrelated note, Jena made lasagna all by herself last night. Eggplant, spinach, and sweet peppers! It was tasty.