Bratz Birthday Ideas

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Bratz Birthday Ideas
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Tue, 09-26-2006 - 9:47am

Hi,

My daughter is turning 6 and wants a bratz birthday party I would love any ideas the party is going to be at my house for 2 hours she wants games and crafts.

Thanks

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Registered: 04-11-2003
Tue, 09-26-2006 - 10:51am

Maybe you could paint fingernails and get some glitter spray hair stuff (that you can get around halloween, so perfect timing) for their hair.. and maybe some sparkle stuff they can put on their cheeks or eyes or something. My dd loves that sort of thing.

For a hand out, you could get a little lip gloss for them (they have the small ones you can get at walmart for like .88 each.

Have you ever looked at Birthday Express before? They have all sorts of things.

http://www.birthdayexpress.com/bexpress/product.asp?sku=E2400

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Tue, 09-26-2006 - 2:40pm

We did our first at home friends party this year and this is what we did. As an opening craft so the girls could start doing something while waiting for everyone to get here I got foam magnetic picture frames which the girls decorated. For the games during the party we played pin the pony on Polly (Polly Pocket theme), bean bag toss (dh made a wooden board with holes for this) three legged race, musical chairs and I had one where I put a number in a balloon and blew it up, the girls had to pop the balloon to find which number they had to match it with a prize. We also had a pinata. For the games I gave prizes out to the winner and also to the loser, for example the first person out in musical chairs and the last one, the closest for the pin the tail on Polly and the one furthest away. I didn't tell the girls that though to begin with. For the prizes I found some great stuff at Targets dollar section, they had all kinds of little craft kits which worked perfectly.


Good luck, I am sure whatever you do the kids will have a blast!! Oh and we got all our decorations and stuff from Birthday Express!

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Tue, 09-26-2006 - 3:27pm

You can find cute craft ideas at a craft store too.. Michaels, etc.

At Aubrey's party (in march) we did pin the tail sort of game (our dollar store has many versions), a treasure hunt (HUGE hit), and musical chairs only the kids had a piece of papers in a circle to step on instead of chairs, a pinata and after cake before we were waiting for the kids to be picked up we played keep the balloon off the ground.

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Wed, 09-27-2006 - 1:39pm

You could also do team activites. Talk about how friends stick together and how they have to work as a team to get a task completed, like dressing a doll,

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