A PiRatE PaRRrtY!
Over the holidays my 3 year old turned 4. Yes. A VERY busy time of year for us! I have really had to make a point of acknowledging this kid's birthday where it lands itself in the middle of the BiGGesT holiday of the year (4 days before Christmas). And although it feels hectic and crazy getting it all together, I don't want to ignore his special day. It's not his fault his parents are stupid and didn't plan ahead! This year the little man decided on a PiRAtE PaRrrtY. So we invited our…
Decorate Your Own Wooden Treasure Chest Kids Craft
Bring some magic to your child's birthday party or rainy day with the wooden boxed craft Decorate Your Own Treasure Chest! A great idea for kids craft party favor or party craft activity, the Decorate Your Own Wooden Treasure Chest Kids Craft is a perfectly-priced craft kit by Melissa & Doug that can be a treasure itself for a young pirate, knight or wizard. Educational Toys Planet's Decorate Your Own Wooden Treasure Chest Kids Craft includes a nice wooden chest with the golden latch…
Pirate Themed 5th Birthday Party | Kara's Party Ideas
Way cute pirate party with activities, arts & crafts table, tub of sand to dig for treasure, walk the plank, inflatable pirate pool, dress ups box & more!
Pirate Birthday Party...an old fave!
This was a really fun one to plan and do! I used a lot of PBK stuff, but you could use their ideas and do something similar! Here are the invitations: (I had fun downloading 10 pirate fonts on my computer. Just google pirate fonts and you'll get TONS!) When the kids got there, they made "pirate oceans." I used coke bottles without labels (I used goof-off to get the glue off) then I spray painted the lids gold. The bottles were prefilled half way with baby oil. The kids put little shells in…
5 tricks to make St. Patrick's day a treat
Leprechauns are quite crafty when it comes to their gold. But if you catch one, that gold can be yours. Here's a few fun St. Patrick's day crafts that might help you get your hands on the spoils. 1. Hunt for Leprechaun Gold: Wrap up a few gold wrapped candies with some fabric and ribbon and hide it around the house. Let the kids go on a hunt to see if they can find it. 2. How to Build a Leprechaun Trap: Create this colorful trap to get the little leprechaun to show you where the gold is. 3…
Painted a styrafoam cooler with brown craft paint and gold for the edges. I filled it with goodies from the dollar store and had kids dig in for prizes. Great for pirate themed parties too!
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Crafting & Sewing - Ideas & How-to's
With a little bit of crafty preparation, this table can serve as a snack and activity center to keep the little ones occupied while we slave away in the kitchen…and watch football.