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Ready for a fall carnival? Here are your diy Carnival Party instructions (with free printables). Create easy booths with a pvc frame secured in place by re-bar stakes. Add a simple striped valance and red side curtains for a perfect, kid-size booth. These carnival booths can also be stored and used again for other parties, family reunions, church activities or lemonade stands. All of your games don’t have to have a booth, but if you build enough and place them around the yard, you’ll still have that carnival look (click for more carnival booth assembly instructions).

Activities can include: bottle ring toss, duck pond, face painting, balloon dart board, bean bag toss and shooting gallery.

Click the download button for exclusive Carnival Party printables from Brightside Prints. These items can also be purchased from brightsideprints.com, professionally printed on thick cards. Design and styling by Jill Means and Becky Thomas. Photography by Dale Goff.

This trick will work for almost any party, but is especially fun for these Carnival Party invites. A few weeks before your party go to a park, or other place that fits your theme, and take a few photos of the birthday kid. You can use a photo on the invitations or to have a few extra pics of the party. These photos will capture your child’s personality. And since they’ll be taken when you aren’t distracted by running the party, lighting candles, or cluttered backgrounds it will be stress free for everyone!

This invitation is available at Brightside PrintsPhotography, design and styling by Jill Means

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