Published at Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 - 23:57:44 PM. Birthday Decorations. By Saville Romain.
Atmosphere is everything. Once you've chosen a theme, use a little creativity to set the scene. Ther doesn't mean you need to fly to the Grand Canyon for a campout party. Kids are naturally imaginative; they'll play along when you use simple household gadgets to transform your home into a national park. Set up a tent, pass out flashlights and catch fireflies in the backyard.
Princess Themed Arts and Crafts – Your choices here are near limitless. Make a quick trip to the craft store for beads and string, and have each party-goer create his or her own royal necklace. Use different colored pearls and jeweled beads for girls, shaped beads and small amulet pendants for boys. Crowns are another excellent choice – buy some plain plastic crowns and tiaras and allow the children to decorate them using a glue stick, glitter, stickers, washable markers, and whatever 'jewels' they want. Once fully adorned, another fantastic idea involves each partygoer creating his or her own treasure box. Beforehand, stock up on some empty baby wipe containers and spray paint them silver or gold. Allow each child to decorate the box the way they decorated the crown, writing their name on the bottom. Finally, each princess should have her own magic wand, and each prince his own sword (if you forsee swords causing problems, boys can be given ribbon sashes instead). Kits are available or you can do it yourself. Decorate these as well, and everyone will go home in their absolute finest royal trappings.
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