At the first art station the girls made marbled art paintings using shaving cream and food coloring.
When guests first arrived they started making paper chains. It was a great activity to have the kids do while they waited for all the party guests to come. The chains were later used as decorations at the art gallery showing. Supplies: pre-cut paper strips (ours were 1″x 8 1/2″) and glue sticks.
When guests first arrived they were greeted by a welcome sign along with lots of art supplies and books. A ‘happy birthday’ double-sided rainbow banner hung from the doorway. We also hung rainbow streamers from the ceiling.
Stay tuned this week for all the details 🙂 This amazing party was designed by the very talented ladies over at one charming party. Go here to learn how you can re-create this great party!
Here is a quick idea for a great Holiday centerpiece. We used a tablecloth from Target and picked up 4 packs of $1 ornaments. Using ribbon, tie the ornaments together to stretch down the length of your table. We also added 4 glass vases with candles inside between the ornaments. We also strung […]
Here are the rest of the pictures from the neighborhood harvest party.
This Friday I am sharing my favorite cupcake recipe….double chocolate fudge! The best part about this recipe is that it is super easy to make. Take a look! Ingredients: 1 package baker’s semi sweet chocolate 1 package chocolate cake mix 1 package (4 serving) jello chocolate instant pudding 4 eggs 1 cup sour cream 1/2 […]
Another idea for a great activity station is face painting. anybody can grab a paintbrush and try their hand at easy works of art such as flowers, balloons, and butterflies. at a party where the kids will be dressed up, it is fun to be able to add to the kids costumes.