Has the time come for that last single-digit birthday? Make sure 9 is divine! Check out our 9th birthday party ideas that will wow everyone!
Abracadabra! Liven up the birthday celebration with a little magic! When each mini magician arrives, hand out top hats and magic wands (plastic versions can be found at most party stores). Get a rabbit in a hat birthday cake and set up a treat table with chocolate dipped pretzel wands or even Trix cereal! Hire a magician to come put on a show for the kids. Set up a stage in an area where everyone can fit, and use a black sheet to set a stage backdrop. After the show, play a tricky game of rabbit toss. Buy 3 beanbag rabbits, and set up upside down top hats to throw them into. A deck of cards in a baggie with magic dust (some fine confetti) makes the perfect party favor!
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Is your favorite kid turning another year older? Make sure the way you ring in 8 is just as great as they are! Check out our 8th birthday party ideas that are sure to be as fun to plan as they are to attend!
What 8-year-old doesn’t love a superhero? Whether it’s Batman or Wonder Woman, unleash the powers of an “8 the Great” superhero party. Have everyone dress up as their favorite superhero, or even their favorite super villain! Set the mood with a super cityscape cutout like Gotham or Metropolis. Get everyone off their feet with a game of pin the mask on the hero, or have a superhero competition outside if the weather is nice. See who can jump, run, or throw things the farthest! Remember that superheroes need fuel—offer up kryptonite cupcakes or green goblin goodies. Everyone is sure to say Bam! Zap! and KaWOW!
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“Roseland Day Care Trike-A-Thon 2016” and “The Violas” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!
Roseland Daycare in Kermit, Texas recently held their annual Mini Trike-A-Thon to help raise money in the fight against cancer. Eleven kids from the daycare rode their tricycles on the patio outside and raised just over $3,000!
The Viola family recently held their first-ever family reunion in Wisconsin and to commemorate the event, they ordered custom t-shirts. Pictured here is the whole gang, adorned with Inky stickers and all!
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In honor of National Small Business Week, we are highlighting four awesome small business stories submitted to us by our customers! Our final featured company for the week is Nosh Food Truck, sent to us by Harvey W.
Nosh food truck serves the Northern Seattle area and is a different location daily. Nosh brings a different spin to the food truck scene, sourcing as much organic and sustainable produce as possible and offering unique menu options like “Seattle Fried Rabbit” – confit rabbit hind quarters, cooked to order and served with braised cabbage, granny smith apples, potato frites and sea salt and their ZAGAT rated British Fish & Chips. Plus, no item on the menu is over $10, making it a popular lunch spot!
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