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Send your guests home with these Earth Day party favors — planted seeds to watch BLOOM & GROW. This project uses repurposed eggshells and recycled egg cartons, so it will serve as an Earth-friendly activity and favor.

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To prepare, carefully crack fresh eggs open to create two bowl shapes or use an eggshell slicer to cut whole shells open. Empty egg for desired use, and rinse shell for planting.

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At your party, have your little guests fill shells with potting soil and carefully plant a seed. Use organic bean seeds, known for their quick 3-5 day germination period. Refer to your seed packet for specific planting instructions and sprouting time estimates.

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To send the planted seeds home safely, gently sandwich them between recycled egg cartons. Biodegradable cotton baker’s twine and natural twine are the perfect item to hold favors together. Use this free flag printable to mark the gardener’s name.

Once sprouted, plant the entire shell and seedling combo according to your seed packet information. As the eggshell breaks down, it will serve as fertilizer to your seedling.

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Head over to PagingSupermom.com to watch a 15-second video of these seedlings grow right before your eyes. Gather your little ones, as this short video is amazing!

Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry, the amazing ladies from  PagingSupermom.com.





Continuing to reuse items from around the house, we made simple party hats and tassels using outdated maps for some easy Earth Day decorations. Carefully roll map into a cone shape and secure with a piece of washi tape. Trim bottom of cone flat to create hat. Top off the hat with a festive yarn pompom.

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To decorate the front of our table, we strung recycled tassels on twine. Using this tutorial, we made decorative tassels from re-purposed maps, chip bags and tissue paper.

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The finishing touch to our table are the eye-catching BLOOM & GROW signs. Download the freebie printable party sign and display in your favorite 4×6 photo frame.

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Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry, the amazing ladies from  PagingSupermom.com.





Earth Day Party Ideas — Kids will love this! A DIY globe is the perfect centerpiece for this party — it’s an Earth Day celebration after all. Using papier-mâché to create a globe is a fun, hands-on project. To begin, you’ll need a round balloon (we used a punching ball purchased at our local party store), recycled newspaper torn into 1-inch strips, water and flour.

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Whisk together 1 part flour to 1-1/2 parts water to form a paste. Carefully dip newspaper strips into the mixture and layer on the balloon until the entire sphere is covered. Keep in mind this project can get messy but it’s so gratifying. Let sit overnight until dry. Once dry, you may choose to discard the inner balloon by popping it and removing it through the balloon-tie hole.

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Paint the globe ocean blue. Using the free printable, color and cut out the continents. Generously apply a clear sealant (such as Modge Podge) to adhere the colored landmasses and then to cover and protect the entire globe. Let sit overnight to dry.

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Proudly display your Earth Day pride (or at the very least, geographical artistry) on a canning ring.

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Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry, the amazing ladies from PagingSupermom.com.





With spring in full bloom and Earth Day right around the corner on April 22, we were inspired by our amazing Earth and all things that BLOOM & GROW to create a precious Earth Day Party for kids of all ages, complete with a spread that’s ready to cultivate your child’s love for our planet and the bounteous land we all enjoy.

In an effort to keep our environmental impact minimal, we used mostly recycled items including outdated maps, eggshell planters, re-purposed chip bags and more as you will be seeing this week. And to start it off, what would an Earth Day Party be without a compost pile?

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Serve up chocolate pudding layered with crushed Oreos in a recycled glass baby food jar. Using food dye, color wooden picks green to serve as a stem for the printable leaf. (Download free COMPOST PUDDING leaves from Paging Supermom here.)

Bite-sized green veggies served up in a monochromatic array will delight even the littlest party-goers.

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To create an Ombre Veggie Tray, collect a variety of crunchy green vegetables: cucumber, celery, broccoli, green pepper, sugar snap peas and zucchini. Serve with your favorite veggie dip or hummus.

Everything needs fresh water to BLOOM & GROW, so we thought it appropriate to serve up cold water with a hint of lime. We reused glass drink bottles adorned with simple natural twine knotted around the neck. Add a green-striped, Earth-friendly paper straw for extra appeal.

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Now are you excited to host your own Earth Day Party? We’ve got plenty of fun ideas lined up this week, but first zip over to PagingSupermom.com to download the free printable BLOOM & GROW party invitation.

Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry, the amazing ladies behind PagingSupermom.com.





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