We have a lot of fun with birthday parties around here. We spend time together planning them and try to be as creative as we can making and using what we have on hand to put them together. We often try to come up with a birthday craft.
There were sherriff badges for the cowgirl party, wooden boats for the detective party, maracas for the music party, made up creations for the science center, telescopes for the movie party (pirates), and ...
For the upcycled craft party, there was brown craft paper spread on the table. The guest made pictures and signed their names for a keepsake for the birthday girl.
For the birthday tea, there were crepe paper flowers.
For the farm party, the kids made magnets of farm animals.
For the princess party, they made sand art in castles.
For the dress up party, they used dressed up candy (sand) to make candy sticks.
For the construction party, they colored pictures.
For the Native American museum party, they made head bands.
For the ducky party, they made duck visors.
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