Posts Tagged ‘Arts And Crafts’
I really struggled this week narrowing down my top four parties -- there were so many great ones -- but here they are. This week I'm showing off a vintage Parisian bridal shower, an arcade birthday, an adorable superhero party, and a rainbow camping arts & crafts party. You will be blown away!
My inspiration for the table was kraft paper. It's one of my favorite papers and we use it all the time at our house. We use it to wrap presents, for my daughter to scribble on, paint on, and draw blueprints for her elaborate inventions. I also use it as any sort of messy, sticky craft project backdrop so my floors don't get ruined.
I love how it looks. It's plain but tough, and screaming out to be embellished!
My first purchase at Target... two rolls of kraft paper. I wanted my table to be kid-friendly, fun, casual, and colorful.
I also bought a lot of other fun stuff on my shopping spree. I strung plastic Easter eggs on wire, then inserted the wire into my kraft paper and coiled it behind so it would stay put.
I added stripes of colored tape to the kraft paper to make it more festive, and also put out a bucket of markers for the kids to go to town.Printabelle to design a set of free Easter printables. I love what she came up with, and we'll be giving the set away on our blog tomorrow.
All the little decorations, like these cute chick eggs and the paper flowers I used on the banner, were from Target, too.recipe for mini banana muffins.
For favors, I embellished these wooden boxes and stuffed them with yummy Easter chocolates..
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Arts and crafts parties are some of our most popular on our main site. So how wonderful is it that Ivona from Sugarsticks Parties has created these adorable FREE arts & craft party printables for your next kid's birthday or playdate. And what kid doesn't love to get crafty???
The set includes an invitation, favor tags, and a blank placemat for drawing.
Thank you, Ivona, for this crafty collection. To see how Ivona used them and get some great ideas, check out her blog, Sugarsticks Parties. And to learn more about Ivona's company and see more of her designs, check out her Sugarsticks Parties vendor page.
Art parties are one of my all-time favorite themes and I love when they show up on our main site. You can see from these parties how creative you can get with the decor, plus you have a built in activity for your guests. Brilliant!
Kate P's Art Party
Lisa W's Paris 'Frida Kahlo' Party
Jill's Pink & Zebra Art Party
Mandy H's Faith's 6th Rainbow Art Party