I dig it. Cheap and easy. AND colorful. I was chatting with a good friend of mine this week and asked her what she thought of a rubber band ring toss game for my next blog post (I had Minnesota State Fair on the brain). “I dig it. Cheap and easy. And colorful.” Her reply… Read More Rubber Band Ring Toss
Many people feel like they have to feed their guests a meal during a birthday party – not true. Planning your party between meals is perfectly fine! Perhaps 10am-12pm or 2-4 would work? Plus, with so many up and coming food allergies, it’s probably safer just to do a few snacks anyway. Less eating means… Read More Party Snacks – Keep Them Fairy Simple and Sweet!
Send rockets into outer space at your next birthday party. Have a contest to see whose rocket can fly the farthest, play rocket tag, or make rocket targets for prizes! You’ll only need two things for this activity, paper and straws, which is what makes it so inexpensive, accessible, and RAD!
A wish for someone goes a long way. Recently I received a book of wishes from a dear friend of mine and even though they are sweet things written about myself, it is vainly one of my favorite books. I think I can speak for much of humanity when I say – receiving positive vibes… Read More A Jar Full of Wishes
If your birthday girl/boy loves creating, coloring, story telling, and bursting out into laughter, then flip books have to happen at their party. I was able to create my flip book for FREE which always gets me excited since I am on a budget. Feel FREE (ha!) to use whatever you can find in your… Read More Funny Flip Books
Imagination and birthday parties go hand in hand. That is why I decided to dream up a fun way to make superhero finger puppets for next to no money at all. All you need for finger puppets is – Paper – I used construction paper. Tape – to tape your cone together so it doesn’t unravel. Drawing/Coloring… Read More Superhero Finger Puppets!