It’s Shark Week! 10 Party Ideas and DIYs

Nothing like breaking up the summer holidays with a little bit of geeky fun! Shark Week is here and with shows and movies like Sharknado and Jaws, this week’s theme is sure to be fun if you’re so inclined! So why not have a little fun with it and throw a little shark party? I know we’re about ready for something to celebrate! Check out our slideshow featuring party ideas and DIYs to get you inspired!

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  • Shark and Beach Cupcakes 2 of 11

    Treat guests to a fun assortment of shark and beach cupcakes.

    Get the recipe from Martha Stewart here.

  • Shark Fin Ice Molds 3 of 11

    Make some scary shark fins for drinks with these resin shark fin molds.

    From Happy Lei on Etsy, $1.69 each.

  • Watermelon Shark Carving 4 of 11

    A fun watermelon shark carving DIY with gummie fish and all!

    Get the how-to at

  • Shark Critter Clip 5 of 11

    A cute little idea to make or buy.

    From Likes of London (Etsy)

  • Blue Gummy Sharks Candy 6 of 11

    Make a stick of shark kebabs with a few gummies!

    From Candy Warehouse, $19.50 for a 5lb. bag.

  • Large Shark Cake Topper 7 of 11

    Go big or go home with a large and very scary cake topper!
    Available at Sweet and Edible, $32

  • Jaws-Inspired Skirt 8 of 11

    Host it with this Jaws-inspired skirt!

    From Nerd Alert Creations on Etsy, $45.

  • Shark Mouth Cookies 9 of 11

    A cute tutorial on how to make these adorable shark jaw cookies.

    Get all the info at

  • Shark Cookie Cutter 10 of 11

    What could be more fun than shark cookies to munch on all week?

    Pick them up at Kitchen Crafts, $2.50

  • Shark Fin Fondant Cupcake Toppers 11 of 11

    12 fondant edible cupcake toppers to really set the stage!

    From Top Cake Decors on Etsy, $11.95

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