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Craft Ideas for Girls' 6th Bday Party

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preeti222 Thu 11-Jul-13 06:16:40

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olivo Tue 02-Jul-13 20:08:56

Yellow moon is your friend here, I have bought loads for my Dds craft party and for my girls throughout the year. They are fab!

Bonkerz Sat 29-Jun-13 18:27:10

Take a look at crafty crocodiles. Lots of wood and ceramic things to decorate and sand art etc. next day delivery too

CorrieDale Sat 29-Jun-13 18:19:57

Make some salt dough? They can model it. Bake it while they eat then they can paint it.

3birthdaybunnies Thu 20-Jun-13 21:35:31

Get some plant trays/ silver foil and then with a base layer of soil get them each to build a mini shelter, you just need a y-shaped stick each, lots of straight sticks and some bracken/moss for leaves to cover them. Twine too around the key sticks if you want the structure to last till they get home. You can get them to add shells/ pebbles for the garden, maybe even make some wooden fence/ furniture. The finished product is about 10-15 cm tall, perfect for passing fairies, you could even get them to make some fairies with a bead, pipecleaners and some wool wrapped around for clothes. Put them outside while you have the tea and you never know some fairies might leave some fairy dust (or your dh might sprinkle some glitter inside each one).

Laquila Thu 20-Jun-13 20:28:38

When I was that age I used to love making "dreams" (like in the BFG!!) by putting things like water, oil, glitter, shells, coloured bits and pieces etc, in a jam jar and shaking it up. I was easily amused though.

Also, stamping is always fun but maybe potato stamping s not sophisticated enough for the youth of today!

Jools78 Thu 20-Jun-13 20:18:36

Thanks zouise. I am going to do the beads idea in a bag with thread - inspired!

Thanks again.


zouise Thu 20-Jun-13 15:04:04

hi, have you thought about bracelet making? Alls youll need is some legnths of string or colored ribbon and could present this activity to the children in individual little bag
Coloring - cheep and effectivesmile cut individual pages from coloring book and put a few crayons/pens out
how about a treasure hunt around the house and the end clue they get a prize each- you can get some good treasure hunt clues from google and can have as many as you want or make it as difficult as you want to prolong the game smile

Hope these suggestions help smile

Jools78 Thu 20-Jun-13 09:52:29

My daughter turns six on Saturday and she's inviting 6 other girls to a church hall party.

Any ideas for a suitable craft activity out there? I live in the sticks to getting supplies from Hobbycraft out of the question. Can just about rustle up a tube of glitter in my nearest town.

So, perhaps nature mid-summer inspired ideas? Can access a lot of bracken (!) and sheep wool....

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