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Pirate Party - Jake and the Neverland Pirates

Melissa N By Melissa N  in Birthday

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Our Daughter's 5th birthday party today! We had such a great time...playing games, crafts, dressing up and more!

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Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Cookies and cake push up pops

  • Activities / Games

    Glam your Sword, Paint a pirate bank

  • Party Favors

    Pirate Necklaces

  • What People Ate

    Pirate Pizza, Fruit Swords

  • What People Drank

    Juice, Water

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25 comments

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    I chalkboard paint covered cheap chargers to personalize the girls' place settings

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    I made these HOOK, Hooks using Home Depot chair bottom protectors and goldtone screw hooks cheap! $ 7.00 to make 5 of them!

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    found the treasure maps at Hobby Lobby and personalized them to our own hunt by writing with sharpie on them.

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    I found these shovels at Toys R Us for $ 1.00 each (they were winter shovels) after season!

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    swords from Oriental Trading

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    This was by far the best event...cannonball fight..using black balloons!

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    Paint a Pirate bank. Clearance find at Michaels Crafts for $ .77 each!

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    I used Dollar Store white tablecloths for all the draper!

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    this banner can be found at http://www.cottage-industrialist.com/blog/2010/5/2/aaargh-pirate-birthday-party-free-printables.html

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    use white plastic table cloths from dollar store for chair covers (cut in 1/2)

  • Kim L

    Kim L wrote:

    How did you play the game? Just hit the balloons back and forth? My son is having a Jake party next month and I think they would enjoy this

  • Lakessa L

    Lakessa L wrote:

    Where did u get this cute ship, love it.

  • Lakessa L

    Lakessa L wrote:

    Where did u find this cute display great idea

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    Lilian H wrote:

    Could you explain me better the cannonball game? How did the girls play it? Thanks

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    Hi Lilian- sure....I blew up the black balloons...they were divided onto two sides and when I said FIRE they took the end of the balloon that was tied and pulled back and let the balloon go trying to tag the other side's pirates. Just for fun, no one got "out" or died.

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    Jessica W wrote:

    This is awesome. I'm going to do a pirate themed party for my son's fourth birthday. Hoe did you make your pirate ship?

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    Jessica W wrote:

    One more question. Where did you find the clip art like the one seen on Captain Hook's Tatoo Shop?

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    Thanks Jessica - I used a piece of cardboard from a large delivery we had. I found the clip art at Disneyjr.com Melissa

  • Su M

    Su M wrote:

    Love this idea :)

  • Su M

    Su M wrote:

    This party is beautiful!!! Kudos on all the activities and thank God for Dollar Stores, heheh, is a shame that we dont have those sotres here in Costa Rica :) You have given me alot of ideas for my son's 3rd b-day party :)

  • Traci C

    Traci C wrote:

    my daughter is 22mos and loves jake and the neverland pirates so for her 2nd bithday we are doing pirate theme. GREAT JOB! I love it!!

  • Jazmene M

    Jazmene M wrote:

    Hi I would luv to use ideas on dis party themed for my son 6 bday party. but wat website to use to go. Very nice on how I got it set up

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    Raven C wrote:

    How'd you make the frame with the hanging pirate flags?

  • Melissa N

    Melissa N wrote:

    Raven - the frame is one I had, I just used a piece of foam board and covered it in wrapping paper.

  • Beth H

    Beth H wrote:

    what font is this