Tweens are a notoriously tough age to please. If you’re in need of a little party inspiration, check out our tween birthday ideas for a guaranteed good time!
An art inspired party is the perfect way to celebrate the Picasso in your life. Think colorfully for the decor— blow up balloons in red, yellow, orange, green, and blue; tape them in a cluster to the ceiling above the cake table. Add a little artistic flair to your snack table with “paint chips” and rice crispy paintbrushes. Use a popsicle stick as the handle, then dip the first half of the treat into melted white chocolate dyed with different food coloring. Serve up a cake in the shape of an artist’s palette, or if cupcakes are more your style, buy a real artist palette and paintbrush. Frost cupcakes in red, orange, yellow, green, and blue, and arrange them on the palette to create art you can eat! Give the artist in your life the palette and brush as an after party gift. Set each guest’s artist station with a smock (save some money and create them out of old t-shirts and ribbon), canvas, paint brushes, and paint. Hire an artist to come in and teach a class, or let their imaginations run wild. Make sure you have empty gift bags ready to go so your guests can take home their new supplies.
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“The Finishers” and “We are #JasperStrong” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!
This past weekend, friends gathered to participate in the Griffith Park Relay Marathon in Los Angeles, California. Some were first-time runners and some were experienced runners, but all ran in dedication to those who have lost their battle against cancer and all finished the race strong in their Hanes Cool Dri Performance Shirts!
When this customer’s 10-year-old cousin, Jasper, was diagnosed with Leukemia this year, she knew she wanted custom #JasperStrong t-shirts to not only support him, but to spread awareness about the wonderful boy Jasper is. Most recently, Jasper’s family showed off their shirts on a trip to the beach.
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In need of a team name for your next team building or after-hours trivia session with your real estate squad? You’ve been showing, signing, and closing all week— now it’s time to let loose and celebrate a successful week of getting clients into their dream homes.
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Any 7 year old would be lucky to have a celebration from our list of fun 7th birthday party ideas.
Finding Dory Party
Just keep swimming and just keep partying! Bring Nemo’s BFF to life with this Finding Dory celebration! Create an under the sea tablescape with a sea blue tablecloth, coral, and conch shells as decoration. Twist green streamers and tape them to the wall behind the table to look just like seaweed. Get a 2-tiered cake decorated like an ocean with Dory on top! Or, bake blue velvet cupcakes with blue frosting and use pieces of fondant for fins and frosting for eyes and stripes to create mini Dorys! Serve fruit salad in a shark watermelon bowl— just cut a hole for a mouth and carve in jagged teeth. The kids will love starfish-shaped PB&J sandwiches, served with goldfish crackers and seashell pasta salad! Play a game of pin the fin on Dory and create handprint Dorys for everyone to take home— dip each guest’s hand in blue paint and print it on a piece of paper. Help them use white and black paint markers to draw on eyes, stripes, and their name! Everyone will leave this party hunky Dory!
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