I bought a set of watercolor paints from the dollar store for each girl. This worked out well in two ways, because the girls could paint during the party for an activity, and they could take the paints home as a party favor. I printed out Rapunzel coloring pages online (just search Rapunzel coloring page in Google and you’ll find a bunch to choose from). The I set out a plain paper cup with water at each child’s place, and they were ready to paint!
I found a really cute printable online that I glued to each set of paints that really made the whole thing more polished. You can find the printable here: http://www.supermommoments.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/RapunzelPaintPartyFavorPrintableLabels.pdf
I wanted to make a rainbow table, so I picked different color plates, napkins, forks etc. to make my rainbow. Continue reading
Fun collage shows how our little girl grew during her five years.
Our little girl wanted a “Rainbow Pajama Pancake Party” so to fit with the breakfast theme we also served these cute candy bacon and eggs.
I used a vase I already had, put in some green floral foam, then covered the top of the foam with skittles, so the foam wouldn’t show. Continue reading
These party cups are paper cups with a band of pre-printed paper fastened around the middle. Continue reading
These are simply striped paper straws, which I found on Amazon, with a scalloped circle (cut out with my Cricut), then a printed 5 glued on. Continue reading
This simple birthday poster is something you can create in Microsoft Word or any other word processor. Continue reading
This Happy Birthday Banner was made for a girl’s rainbow party, but they would be right at home in a circus party, or even a medieval, knights-and-princesses or castle theme. Continue reading
I made these circle streamers using multi-colored paper to fit in with a Rainbow birthday party theme, but you could use any color to fit to a different theme. Continue reading