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The Fiver Party

January 28, 2019 Filed under Children's parties

At your child’s birthday party, normally you would expect your child to receive a number of small presents – worth maybe $10 (£10, €10 or other currencies) or more.  Your child may already have plenty of these small items, toys, pencil cases, drink bottles or whatever.





I hear there’s a new trend – Read more

Teddy Bear Race Cars

April 4, 2015 Filed under Children's parties, Recipes

We’ve all had tiny teddy biscuits, or animal biscuits for birthday parties. (My children only had these for special occasions). What a great idea to put them together with mini chocolate bars and smarties to make these cuties for a party. So simple. So effective.  Let the children help. They’ll have so much fun.

tiny teddies carsTeddy Bear Race Cars

1 packet of mini Mars Bars or Milky Way chocolate bars
1 family packet of smarties
1 box of Tiny Teddy biscuits
1 quantity of icing sugar icing paste for glue ( mix half cup of icing sugar and a teaspoon of cocoa powder with a few drops of hot water)
Glue each of the 4 wheels (smarties) on to the sides of the milky way bars. Press into each centre a tiny teddy biscuit. Glue on a smartie steering wheel for each one.

Thanks to Julie Taylor on Facebook.

Children’s penguin theme party : Arctic Chow

October 15, 2011 Filed under Children's parties

Penguins love fish, so serve fish sticks, and cut fish shapes out of bread to make fanciful sandwiches. Goldfish crackers are another idea kids will snap up.

Anything cold is an obvious choice for a penguin party.  Read more

Children’s penguin theme party : The Coolest Party Activities

October 15, 2011 Filed under Children's parties

Here are some ideas to keep your young guests happy at a penguin themed party.

Let kids make penguin t-shirts. A few days before the party, buy inexpensive black shirts at your local dollar store or thrift shop, or purchase white undershirts/t-shirts and dye them black Read more

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