I find that it’s easier for kids to interact at a party when there is a smaller group. So if you’ve invited a large number of party guests, it can be helpful to divide them up and have them rotate through different activities. This party had four art stations.
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#1 painting at the easels
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#2 playing with playdough
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#3 stringing all-natural “froot loops” into a necklace
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#4 coloring a picture on special paper that will later be made into a plate
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What the plates looked like after the drawings were sent in to Makit. The plates were given to the party guests a few weeks later as a thank you for coming to the party.

There are lots more artsy posts from the Eco-Friendly Artist Party. Click on the tag below to see them.

One Comment

  1. Love, love, love the plates! Fabulous idea and great way to say "thank you".

    Karen Wilson, Owner, lillybelle Custom Designs    Tuesday, July 28, 2009

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