Interplay craft twitter party
Yesterday along with 14 other families we had a Twitter party to celebrate the start of the holidays.
We were sent several craft party packs from Interplay to try out, these are a brilliant idea. All you need to have a fun craft party in one box, no running around looking for glue and other craft supplies as it is all there, everything you could possibly need in one box.
My theme was Pirates, I decided I would not be making any of the children ‘ walk the plank ‘, Instead we had a Pirate themed activities and a party menu fit for my little hearties.
From lunchtime onwards Jake and I got started on making the Pirate themed food ready for when our hungry little Pirates arrived.Jake had a sudden interest in helping me make the buns and I quickly realised it was to lick the spoon, after we had finished of course!
We topped the buns with the craft party edible toppers and they were party ready, We also made Pirate map pizza, Pirate pasta along with lots of other goodies.
I decided to open and set up the activity before the guests arrived and was truly impressed by the quality of the treasure boxes the boys were going to paint.
As it was a lovely sunny day I set everything up on the table in the garden decorating various areas with Pirate flags and skulls & crossbows.
As soon as the party guests arrived we got straight to it and dressed ourselves in costumes to get us all in the mood for some Pirate fun.
We made a start on our Pirate hats & eye patches to wear whilst we created our treasure chests, the children spent practically 40 minutes carefully painting their chests practically in silence, so much concentration was put into creating their own individually painted Treasure chests.
All my guests were over 6 years old and even though it is suitable for younger children too, they would require some adult help.
We left the finished treasure chests to dry whilst my little Pirates fulled up on our Pirate booty all washed down with some swash buckling Pirate pop!
I took this time to surprise the children by filling them with the gold treasure coins that come supplied with the kit, they were amazed when they looked inside to see they were filled with treasure and enjoyed searching the garden to find sweets & chocolates carefully hidden to also put in their treasure chests.
No party would be complete without Party games and this Pirate party was no different, Jake played host & arranged party games to tire out the mini Pirates and the big ones too!
Dad even got in on the action when he returned home from work to be dressed up by my niece and fed lots of yummy treats.
By six o’clock the Pirate party had come to an end and the crew had reached land ready to be reunited with their parents.Party bags were given out and everyone left happy and full of beans.
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