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Seven Kids’ Birthday Party Ideas
Posted on 3 May, 2014 by Darla Grant-Braid.
Someone special’s got a birthday coming up. Want to throw them a party they won’t forget? We’ve put together some fun ideas you can personalize and create with Avery labels, tags, free templates, plus basic supplies you can find at your local store. Let’s get the party started!
1. Decorate Your Event with a Party Garland
Welcome guests to the party with a fun banner, and spell out a unique message with labels. Colourful banners can match your party theme and colors. Here’s how to make yours in four easy steps.
2. Colour-Your-Own Place Settings for Tiny Party Guests
Keep little partygoers busy while they nosh with this fun, activity-oriented place setting idea. Kids will get a kick out of seeing their names on personalized place cards, menu cards and napkin seals.
3. Have No Fear, Superhero Cupcakes Are Here!
When the munchies attack—WHAM—these cupcakes are here save the day—KA-POW!
4. Personalized Crowns for Thy Lovely Poppets
Make every kid feel like royalty with his or her own headpiece. Choose papers in fun prints and colours that match your party theme, and personalize the crowns with each name spelt out nice and fancy.
5. Create Fun Photo Memories
Time for their closeup! Let partygoers dress up with prop glasses, moustaches, bowties and other fun accessories, and get snap happy. Place their photo inside a labelled photo frame for an unforgettable party favour.
6. Create a Keepsake of Personal Messages
Skip the guest book and put personal well-wishes from friends and family in a place where you can see—and enjoy—them each day.
7. Create Irresistible Candy Kebabs
This crowd-favorite candy favour makes a fun activity to make at the party or can be made in advance to give away as a parting gift. Extra candy can be placed in a jar as part of a candy buffet.