This cake was made by a good friend of ours - Tina, for our youngest son's first birthday party. She is currently a part-owner of Yums In Tums - a made-to-order cake and food business that is based in Wellington, New Zealand.
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Here you go! My 2012 TOP 10 Themed Birthday Party Games, complete with instructions on how to prepare and execute.
10. Pirate Treasure Hunt
Birthday Party Theme: PIRATE PARTY
Making it to the 10th place is the classic Treasure Hunt game. How the kids loved to show off their discovery skills, best tested by this game!
What you need:
Two or more treasure chests, Lollies (e.g. chocolate coins), Jewels (e.g. toy necklaces, tiaras, etc.)
This game is best done outdoors so Read more>
If you are planning a Princess Party for your child, you might want to include these games to add more fun to the party. I prepared these games for my daughter’s 7th birthday. Her theme is “A Princess’ Tale”. The games are mostly classical games but were given a "Princess' Theme" twist.
TRIP TO THE PRINCE’S CASTLE
This game is your normal game of Musical Chairs – where the participants dance around arranged chairs and have to find and sit on a chair as soon as the music stops. Only, Read more>
My husband and I thought of this theme. We both agreed that there are lots of creative opportunities for this theme. We thought that it’d be great to celebrate Sam's 1st birthday (our youngest son) with a Farm Theme.
I want an invitation that would reflect the nature of the party – fun, colourful and all about farm but would not take away the elements of a little boy’s 1st birthday party. I’ve come up with this design.
It was held in our Read more>