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Pirate Party Recipes

Lots of chicken drum sticks and pizza for this theme. Nothing too delicate here, as a slightly rough and easy going atmosphere is called for! Decorate your table with Gold Tooth Pirate party supplies and spread chocolate milk coins all over the table. More artistic parents can cut a large piece...

Pirate Party Games

Treasure Hunt There is no pirate party without a treasure hunt! Make sure to have a treasure chest box ready, fill it with chocolate or plastic gold coins, skull and bones candies, pirate suckers, pirate figures and hide it.  Have a map ready and give it to the designated captain, the...

Pirate Party Decorations

Red and black are the best colors to use. Decorate with pictures of pirates’ ships, cardboard anchors and parrots. Pirate flags on doors and pirate pennant banners on walls certainly add to the ambiance too. If possible ask for the children to come dressed as pirates. Have kids wear a black vest...

Princess Party Recipes

Cupcakes Kids will love to help you decorate these gorgeous cupcake dolls! Make cupcakes, remove paper cups and put upside down on a tray. Stick a small doll in the center of each cupcake or make dolls’ head and body using marzipan or cookie dough. Sit kids at the table...

Princess Party Crafts

Make a Princess Wand This easy craft-making activity is a must at every princess birthday party. Before the party, use approx. 3” x 3” star-shaped cookie cutters to draw stars on a piece of cardboard (you can use an old shoe box.) Cut out the stars. Pour glitter, sequins and...

Princess Birthday Party Games

Find the Royal Jewels Fill ¾ of a large bowl with sand. Hide plastic jewels in it. Give out a pair of Chinese sticks to each child and tell them to pick out the hidden jewels in the bowl with them. Kids get to keep the jewels they find as party...