There are so many different choices when it comes to throwing a birthday party for your children, that it can be quite a stressful experience!
With various themes, food choices and entertainment considerations to think about, you may be wondering how you can throw a great birthday party with minimal effort. Look no further than the arty themed birthday party!
With so much to do, this little creative idea is sure to wow your kids! This article will give you all the tips you need to prepare the best birthday party ever!
They are relatively simple for this theme as all you need to do decorate the house with creative streamers, hand painted canvases and sticky paint splats!
You could even get vinyl stickers printed, and stick splashes on your cupboards and doors!
With so many children with allergies and intolerances these days, it can be hard to make suitable food for everyone. If you have vegetarians attending the party, why not try making vegetable skewers that look like paintbrushes or even try making art out of certain fruits.
If you have gluten intolerant children attending the party, why not make the cakes and cookies with gluten free flour to ensure that they don’t feel left out from the party goodies! To continue the arty theme, you could make cookies in the shape of paint splats, or even serve different colored cupcakes in a paint palette for an unusual effect!
The entertainment for the arty themed party is relatively simple. You could host your art class and get all of the children to sit down and paint pictures onto a canvas, which they could take home at the end of the party!
If you are unsure about using paint, then why not get the children to mold objects out of clay or Plasticine? Whatever entertainment you choose, make sure it is colorful, fun and most of all creative!
One of the most significant parts of birthday party celebrations is the cake! There are so many things you could do with an arty themed cake, but here is one that is bound to get you children’s attention!
When you make the cake batter, separate the mixture into five different bowls and add a different food coloring into each and then bake them separately. When they are done, stack them in order of the rainbow colors and then cover in white icing.
To finish off the cake, get a clean baking brush and flick different food colorings all over the white icing and leave to dry. This gives the surface of the icing a colorful splatter effect and the kids will be amazed when they see the inside of this brilliantly creative cake!