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When going tailgating you don’t always get to leave the children at home. These football party games for kids will get the little ones, fans or not, excited to watch the big game.

Download the game pieces by clicking on the image below. Print and cut out the boards then mount them onto a piece of 6-1/4″x4-1/4″ cardstock. Choose a team color when picking out the cardstock.

Let the kids play Tic Tac Bingo while watching the football game. Everytime a play or event happens that is on their game card, they get the place a marker on the square. Once they get three in a row, they  call “bingo” and win a prize!

Photography, design and styling by Sara Schmutz

Known for their numerous varieties of tropical fruits bursting with flavor, a Bali Party is begging to expand your little guests’ taste horizons. Serve tropical favorites like baby bananas, kiwi and pineapple alongside more unusual offerings like lychee, quince, mangosteen, rambutan and star fruit at an exotic fruit tasting.

exotic fruit tasting

Serve Exotic Fruits for the Fruit Tasting in Pretty Polka Dot Cups

Gather a collection of tropical fruits and slice into bite-size pieces. Serve fruit samples to guests in coordinating Purple Grape Polka Dot Nut Cups. Make your taste-testing activity official with our printable Fruit Tasting Cards Freebie.

Serve guests at a low table like this rattan coffee table from Z Gallerie. The girls knelt on colorful pillows, remincent of traditional Balinese customs. For a centerpiece we displayed extra uncut fruit atop a fun white ceramic Elephant.

Birthday Girl Filling Out Fruit Tasting Card at Bali Birthday Party

Eat Low on Pillows at a Bali Birthday Party

In addition to the fruit, serve our Sand Bars — a deliciously gooey cake-like goody topped with toasted coconut.

Delicious Sand Bars Recipe - Beachy, Hawaiian, Bali

Bali Birthday Party Sand Bars Recipe Card

To make our yummy Sand Bars treat: Mix yellow cake mix, 1 egg, and melted butter to form a dough, and press into a 9×13 pan. In a separate bowl combine cream cheese, 2 eggs, vanilla and powdered sugar. Mix in half a cup of coconut and half a cup of chopped pecans or walnuts. Pour over dough in pan. Sprinkle remaining half cup of coconut over the top. Bake uncovered for 40-50 minutes at 350 degrees. Let cool before cutting into rectangles.

Z Gallerie Items Shown: Kamal orange placemats and table runner | Monstera leaf placemats | white ceramic Elephant | Concentric coffee table | Flower tea lights in orange | Fahri throw pillows in clove

Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.

What happens when you cross a carnival fish pond with a water fight? You get our Sponge Ball Gone Fishing Game! Sponge balls are a summertime favorite at our house, and they’re simple to make using this sponge ball tutorial. Add a new twist by creating a fishing pole from a dowel, string and clothespin. Take turns being the fisherman or the one to clip the sponges onto the pole and toss them back over. Either way you get wet!

gone fishing game

Sponge Ball

Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.

Here are some fun activities from our Dinosaur Party. We love this party and we hope you did too. To see more you can purchase this party in our shop. The cute white fabric garland in the background of the top picture is by Hank + Hunt. Have a great weekend!

Photos by Nicole Hill Gerulat.

Having a Circus Party but you’re not a professional face painter? Try our easy trick for flawless results. Use a rubber stamp and some non-toxic ink to stamp a picture onto the face or arm of party guests. Then it’s just like paint-by-numbers–paint in the picture using face paints. So easy and you’ll look like a face painting star!

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