7 Totally Clever Kids’ Party Ideas

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Image Source: Thinkstock

I bet you never thought you’d see a shark chomping on fruit before. What about chocolate bowls molded from balloons? It’s easy to just put food in a bowl, but why not get creative with it? Keep in mind clever shortcuts for the day of the party — scoop ice cream into cupcake liners ahead of time and place in the freezer to have individual scoops on hand for cake time and no mess. There’s more ideas where that came from in these 7 Totally Clever Kids’ Party Ideas …


Image Source: Better Homes and Gardens
Image Source: Better Homes and Gardens

Silly Sacks-

Take the classic game a step further by letting the kids decorate the potato sacks. When the party is done they can use them to take home and fill with toys and treasures.
Spotted at Better Homes and Gardens.


Image Source: Jeni's Splendid
Image Source: Jeni’s Splendid

Sundae Bowls-

Use balloons to make chocolate molds for ice cream sundae shells. Check it out at Jeni’s Splendid.


Image Source: Watermelon
Image Source: Watermelon

Watermelon Shark-

Carve a shark out of a watermelon and fill his mouth with delicious fruits. Get the tutorial at Watermelon.


Image Source: Real Simple
Image Source: Real Simple

Avoid Ice Cream Stickiness-

Keep hands clean by pre-scooping ice cream before the party starts and placing it in cupcake liners in the freezer.
Check it out at Real Simple.

5. cool-down-treasure-hunt-bhgCool Down Treasure Hunt-

Hide a weighted toy at the bottom of the kiddie pool and cover it up with a bunch of inflatable balls. Now let the treasure hunt begin! Find out more at Better Homes and Gardens.


Image Source: Cookie Pops
Image Source: Prudent Baby

Cookie Pops-

Cook your cookies on a stick to avoid messy hands. Spotted at Prudent Baby.


Image Source: Beneath the Rowan Tree
Image Source: Beneath the Rowan Tree

Fruit Shapes-

Use cookie cutters to cut out fruit-see more on Beneath the Rowan Tree.



Article Posted 6 years Ago

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