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georgeclooneyfan Wed 21-May-08 17:59:46

Hello does anyone have any ideas for a girls ninth birthday party please. I have done the usual bouncy castle, make-up, bear factory, sleepover, out for tea, bowling,disco party etc anyone know of any other ideas would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance

Treetop1 Wed 18-Jun-08 11:20:38

Latest thing I've found - a Paint me party. The party person comes to your venue, your house whatever and the guests all paint pictures which are printed instantly onto T-shirts. Properly printed, not papery transfers. Great fun, fab result and you get the T-shrits included in the price as perfect going home presents. Worth a try.

BettySpaghetti Wed 18-Jun-08 11:24:23

For DDs 8th we had an arts and crafts party -ordered loads of stuff from Baker Ross and they had a great time sitting round the dining table making things to take home (it made me think of how I imagine a Stitch 'n Bitch to be, the way they sat around chatting and gossiping wink).

After the arts session they played a few games (Ring on a String was v popular) and had a dance to let off steam before eating.

FrogPrincess Wed 18-Jun-08 11:27:33

dd (almost 9) went to a Bollywood dancing party (with Bollywood dancing teacher) and a High School Musical party (with teacher teaching them dance routines)
I think though her favourite this year was a crafts party at the girl's home, then they went to a restaurant in a limo which was the highlight.
In Bristol we have a new karaoke place that does parties, I expect that would be popular too.....

eandz Wed 18-Jun-08 11:41:03

cake decorating party?

this is a terrible idea i know, but it was my absolute favorite birthday...

the girls could make the cake?

Furball Thu 19-Jun-08 13:33:06

huge massive hijack - betty have you seen This Thread?

georgeclooneyfan Mon 23-Jun-08 14:10:57

Thanks for all your advice,you've given me some great ideas.

Julieessex Fri 25-Jul-08 22:21:32

there's high school musical entertainers on

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