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Showing posts with label birthday party. Show all posts
Showing posts with label birthday party. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Hungry Caterpillar Birthday Party: Bug Jar Party Favor

One really cute idea for a Very Hungry Caterpillar party favor is to create your own bug jars.  Ideas for contents include Easter grass, plastic bugs, and toy magnifying glasses.

Hungry Caterpillar Birthday Party: Play Dough Party Favor

Kayla danelle has a cute idea for a hungry caterpillar party favor. She places 3 squished balls of green playdoh into a jar to make the caterpillar body and then adds a construction paper eyes, face and antenna to the lid.
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Monday, February 20, 2012

Hungry Caterpillar Birthday Party: More Arts and Crafts Activity

Crafts and activities to go with the class Eric Carle The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

It's amazing what you can make with half of an egg carton. A little more messy than the fingerprint version but probably more fun since it doesn't have to stay as clean. All you need are egg cartons cut in half lengthwise, green and red paint, pipe cleaners and some markers to draw the face.

ABC and 123 learning has another craft idea involves using strips of pre-cut paper to make the caterpillar head and bodies.

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Make and takes has a cute way to create a caterpillar using just beads and a pipe cleaner.

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Bento chihuahua uses foam stickers to create caterpillars and butterflies. 

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Eric Carle's site features great coloring pages that make a nice and quieter craft.

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Buggy and buddy make cute necklaces at their party.

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Kids activity blog makes her necklace out of cut and colored toilet paper rolls and curling ribbon.

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Gummy lump makes a cute pom pom caterpillar.

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All kids network colors bottle caps and glues to a paper leaf for their upcycled hungry caterpillar.

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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Clothes Pin Caterpillars: Hungry Caterpillar Birthday Party

Scattered thoughts of a crafty mom turns pompoms and clothes pins into caterpillars.  She adds googly eyes to give them a face.

Good for ages 3 and up.

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Finger Print Caterpillar: Hungry Caterpillar Birthday Party

Just 2 colors of finger paints and your little guests can make their own caterpillars.  To make things simple use stickers and a black marker to add the face and feet.

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Another version with more spacing. 

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Saturday, February 18, 2012

Hungry Caterpillar Birthday Party: Easy Cupcake Cake

Assembled cupcakes to form a caterpillar makes for a really easy, simple and creative birthday cake. 

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Cupcake toppers are also a cute way to go.

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The backs of M&Ms make for an even easier design as shown by boy mama teacher mama.

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Friday, February 17, 2012

Very Hungry Caterpillar Party Food Table

Hostess blog has a very simple food table layout featuring the fruit from the beginning pages of the book.  You could even group the fruit to match the number the caterpillar ate.

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Crafts by courtney has a similar idea.

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Hungry Caterpillar Birthday Party: Snack Ideas

Another really simple, easy to assemble snack.  You could even have the kids design their own caterpillars before they eat them.

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Princess and the frog shares her caterpillar kabobs using grapes and icing and chocolate chips to make the eyes.  Use a purple grape for the first one and it will look more like the hungry caterpillar.

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 Creative kids snacks makes an oatmeal ground and cheese sun for a meal.

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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Hungry Caterpillar Party Decorations

KadOsh shows a cute way to decorate the walls for a hungry caterpillar party using balloons and construction paper making the caterpillars crawl around the room.

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My platinum planner uses paper plates for a cute effect.

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Hungry Caterpillar Birthday Party: Name Tags

A cute way to have everyone know who everyone else is is to have name tags.  You an use pins or double-sided sticky tape to attach them or even string.  

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Paper Hungry Caterpillar Invitation

Homemaking honey has a paper based hungry caterpillar invitation using paper circles to form the caterpilllar.

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Hungry Caterpillar Birthday Party: Invitation Idea

The biggest issue with these invitations is the glass jar which does not make for fun mailing.  Instead of a jar try just a crystalline envelope.  The effect will be just as cute and much more cost effective and less of a hassle.

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Friday, January 20, 2012

Squishy Balloon Birthday Party Favors

A cute send off for a ballooned themed party is to make squishy balloon people.  Simply fill a balloon with playdoh or sand and draw on some cute faces.

 We made that gives a step by step account and adds googly eyes to her version.

Balloon Filled Favors

The gunny sack fills balloons with candy and then blows them up and decorates with markers.  A really creative balloon favor idea.

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Balloon Favor Bags

Domestic goddesque simply ties a helium balloon onto the favor bags for a really pretty favor.

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Another idea is to make hot air balloon favors placing goodies in the basket.

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Balloon Candy Favors

Turnstall times has a very cute way of turning a giant pixie stick into a balloon party favor by simply taping on a cutout balloon and writing a short note.

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Balloon Messages: Balloon Birthday Party

The dating divas has a fun and inexpensive and memorable gift idea for a balloon themed birthday party.  Along with the invitation mail guests a balloon.  Ask them to blow it up and write a message on it and either bring it to the party or send it back in the mail in time for the birthday.  On the day of the birthday have the birthday boy or girl blow them up and read all of the messages.

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The thinking closet places notes inside blown up balloons and leaves them as a surprise.

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Balloon Lollipop Party Favors: Balloon Birthday Party

One charming party has a very cute and easy idea for party favors - wrapping a lollipop in fabric and tying with string. The end result looks like a balloon. She used yellow gingham fabric and bakers twine, but you could use more festive color fabric and curling ribbon to emulate balloons instead.

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Balloon Animal Party Favors: Balloon Birthday Party

Make your own balloon animal kits start at about $5.  Kids will love to see you make them and they make a great party favor.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Monster Balloon Creatures: Balloon Birthday Party

Have the kids create balloon monsters using curling ribbon and precut eye, antennae, teeth and mouths.  A very creative idea for a balloon party craft activity from Spoonful.

Good for ages 3 and up.

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