Here are some of our simple ideas for the party:
|Photo wall for the birthday boy and guests.|
You can move the girl off the island...
Anyway, so my MIL found a woody and took a picture of it and painted it on that thick foam poster board and then used a razor to cut around it. She was like, "it was no big deal. Just an easy little art project." Right! I'll leave it up to the experts. But it was a big hit for our guest picture wall and now it hangs in his room. We think it's awesome!
Absolutely adorable craft idea I found online by talented author and artist Tammy Yee.Living on Kauai we saw her beautiful children's books all the time and read many of them when our daughter was a baby. Here is the direct link to the Honu craft. She also makes a beautiful paper bag owl craft which we made for my daughter's 5th birthday party. It was a nature party with a nature hike and these two paper bag puppets were a great addition to our other nature themed crafts. Our guests raved about them at both parties. I followed along with her simple instructions on the link to the craft.
|We wrote this on the back of each paper bag so they were sure to go home with the right mommy or daddy who adopted them.|
|Even the parents wanted to color!|
|Someone had been playing dress up and was refusing to let me see her face for the picture! ;-)|
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