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Creativity for Kids Party!

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My kids were SUPER excited to host a bunch of Emma’s friends for a Creativity for Kids party at our house! We were sent a fantastic array of craft supplies, which arrived in two colorful boxes that had my kids dancing and leaping for joy before they were even opened:

Creativity for Kids Party excitement

Decorating these bags was an easy way to open the party! I was impressed with the range of designs that the girls came up with. Even Johnny managed a somewhat boyish design on a pink bag (the paw in the lower left corner)

Decorating Creativity for Kids bags at a back to school party

The pop art necklaces were a huge hit – simple to put together, and very pretty. This is probably the craft I am most likely to repeat at a future party:

Creativity for Kids pop art necklace

One of the fun parts of the party for me was listening in on the crafting chatter:

We sent very happy little girls home with a coloring and ARTivity book and Rhinestone Ring Mini Kits – in addition to the crafts they made at our house! My kids really enjoyed making rhinestone rings after the party (although Johnny had a hard time making them look un-girly, and eventually gave up), and this is another activity I would definitely consider for a future party!

Creativity for Kids Rhinestone Rings

What are your favorite party crafts? Do you have a favorite Creativity for Kids kit?

Thank you to Faber-Castell’s Creativity for Kids for providing the supplies for this party through MomSelect.

MaryAnne lives in Silicon Valley with her Stanford professor husband Mike and their four children. She writes about parenting through education, creativity, and play. Mama Smiles - Joyful Parenting is a space to share crafts, hands on learning activities, and family outings that enrich lives and bring families together.

19 thoughts on “Creativity for Kids Party!”

  1. I’m thinking I might do something like this for Wendy’s birthday party this year. That is if she’s still not obsessed with a “tea party like Mommy” had.

    1. It was really fun – and simple with the Creativity for Kids kits. I highly recommend the pop art necklaces – very easy for kids to make and the girls LOVED them.

      1. I also thought it was pretty funny that Emma said she remembered being in London – she was at most 9 months old!

  2. I am not so naturally creative so kits sound wonderful to me. My kids love sinking their teeth into any and all projects. My favorite would have to be baking though :)

    1. These kits are fantastic, because they come with absolutely everything you need (even scissors and glue, if required for the project).

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