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Halloween Birthday Party(5 Posts)
Any ideas for a 3 year olds Halloween Birthday party ? Also what should I pop in the party bags?
-ask everyone to come in a costume
-pass the eyeball, like pass the parcel, but the prize is stuffed inside a tissue paper ball, and then wrapped in white paper to make it a circular shape. draw a black sharpie eye on every layer.
-pumpkin pinata, pretty self explanatory www.ebay.co.uk/p/Halloween-Pi%C3%B1ata-Game-Pumpkin-Hanging-Decoration-Party-Prop-Pinata-Filler/22023651327?iid=183439274866&chn=ps
-glow in the dark bowling. get plastic bottles, pop some glowsticks in each one, get a ball and you are ready to go. you can make bowling lanes by lining the floor with glowsticks
-you could hire a face painter to paint the kids faces?
-monster rice krispie treats onelittleproject.com/rice-krispie-treat-monsters/
-mandarin pumpkins, get a peeled mandarin, and pop a cut bit of green liquorice in the top. they should look like this blissfullivingnow.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/mandarin-pumpkins.jpg
-spooky sandwiches, get a ghost cookie cutter to cut the sandwiches into ghost shapes
you could fill one of these: www.allaboutpartybags.co.uk/product/mini-pumpkin-pot/HJ1~HJ1?gclid=CjwKCAjw85zdBRB6EiwAov3RirPVULhH52k0Y48N80cRPeaUYXTljxmkddCH6lLliz-MJqrAJ7lO1RoCz_IQAvD_BwE
with a chocolate eyeball, jelly spider, and bouncing eye bouncing ball.
maybe a circular cake with a ghost cut out of icing? (or a few ghosts if you are using the same cookie cutter as the sandwiches) you could use writing icing to write the name?
all the best x
Here are some more ideas:
Wrap the mummy?
Not so scary storytelling?
Halloween arts and crafts?
That's great. , keep them coming !!
There’s an awesome animated Halloween Party Invitation at www.mini-epic.com which you can personalise and send via WhatsApp (they’ll email you your video once you’ve purchased it). Happy trick-or-treating!