We rounded up our favorite halloween party games. These were used with kids ages four to twelve at a harvest party block party, but could be tweaked for almost any age. If you are having a lot of kids at your party, stations are a great way to keep everyone entertained. Just make sure you […]
Your halloween party isn’t complete without some fun drinks to go along with your party food. We are sharing two ideas from past parties. First, start with your favorite punch. We used green koolaid and sprite to make this punch for a halloween block party. A few days before your party, freeze some of the punch […]
With Halloween just two weeks away, we wanted to share some of our favorite halloween ideas from past parties. Whether you are helping to throw a classroom party at your child’s school, a fun after school party, or a huge halloween bash, here are some great halloween party food and treats to share with your […]
Every year my mom tries to find time to order our family Christmas cards and write an update letter to friends and family. This year I thought I would save her some time and came up with this ‘year in review’ Christmas Card. I saw one similar on minted’s website, but I couldn’t customize it the way […]
Having kids at your Thanksgiving festivities? Here are a few simple ideas to add to your kids table. See all of our ideas from year’s past here. Start by covering the table in white paper. This way after dinner kids can keep busy drawing pictures and playing games (tic-tac-toe, anyone?). We added a fun table […]
Looking for something to serve at your New Year’s Eve party? How about some sparkling cider in plastic champagne glasses for the kiddos. Don’t forget some edible gold glitter.
Countdown to the new year with these ‘countdown cupcakes’. We used silver gum balls, lollypop sticks, and edible gold dust to make these great New Year’s Eve cupcakes. Check out of ‘School Year’s Eve‘ party guide for more great ideas!
If you are throwing a New Year’s Eve party, why not make a time capsule? Let all the kids make their own, or make one as a family. Add in things that remind you of the past year, and close it up until 2015, or 2020! We used a pringles can that we decorated with […]