This week you can create a FUN Birthday Celebration tradition with the DIY MOMS Birthday Wreath from How Does She. Stop by and see more fun ideas from How Does She by clicking here. What would you do with 144 Balloons? How Does She…make a birthday wreath? This wreath is so festive and fun to […]
Use cookie cutter shapes that go with your child’s birthday party theme to cut out sandwiches, jiggler jell-o, cookies, pizza etc. Such as if your child is having a 101 Dalmatian party use a dog bone shaped cookie cutter.
Who doesn’t’ love Ice Cream and what a better party theme is there than an Ice Cream Birthday Party for you kids. Check out all the fun ideas from the Positively Splendid blog. Click here to go Scream for Ice Cream now.
If you have a little golf playing kid then stop by How Does She? blog for some great Par-TEE ideas for an upcoming fun party theme. Click here to go to the Par-TEE now.
from: Susan Fox24/7 MOMS Family Life editor Recently we celebrated our son’s 10th birthday with a Game board party. Below are the various tings I did to create a fun party. – First I bought a bunch of old board games at a thrift store for $1 and $2 – I decorated the table by […]
The most popular formula is Child’s age + 1. For children under 8 years old, invite as many children as the child’s age plus one. Many parents choose to add 1 or 2 to this.
Begin planning your child’s Birthday party 4-5 weeks in advance. This will allow you plenty of time for on-line shopping, ordering cakes and asking friends or family to help you .
Planning an upcoming kid party for your child’s upcoming birthday then you need to know the best time of day to host a party. 1:00 – 3:00 or 2:00 – 4:00. The good news you can even simplify the food you will be serving as you won’t need to serve a meal but instead just […]
This week create a FUN Birthday favor with the DIY MOMS Surprise ball of yarn. Surprise Ball of Yarn! from: The Young Miller’s Blog Have you ever heard of a Wonderball? A Wonderball is a Victorian gifting tradition of trinkets and charms. For this project, I tweaked it a bit and made it a “Surprise […]
From: Family Fun Magazine When it comes to crafts I search for those Mommy Stewart ones “SIMPLE”. I have never claimed to be a Martha Stewart Mom. I don’t like to spend $3-$5 on greeting cards, fortunately my kids love to make their own. However, often TIME and the making of a huge mess keep […]