Posts in the ‘Tips From Our Catch My Party Users’ Category
Has your Elf on the Shelf returned yet? If you want to welcome him back in style, how about hosting a family breakfast using these fun Elf on the Shelf North Pole Breakfast free printables from Meghan at Elva M Design Studio.
This collection has everything you'll need to re introduce your elf to your family: an 8x10 welcome sign, 4x6 signs welcoming your elf back, food tent cards/place cards, cupcake toppers/party circles, straw flags, "melted snow" water bottle labels, and a 3 pennant banner!
Here's a super fun way to welcome Santa into your home this Christmas. Have your kids make their own cookie plates using this Santa cookie plate DIY! These are so simple to a make and will get your kids excited for Christmas.
Then remember, on Christmas Eve, leave cookies and milk out for Santa because he does have a big job to do and might get a little hungry!
My daughter loves Pocky, especially after our trip to Japan earlier this year.
For those of you who don't know what they are, Pocky are crisp light cookies dipped in chocolate, strawberry, cookies and cream, etc. They're crunchy, sweet, and delicious!
Fairy parties are one of the most popular party themes on Catch My Party. So if you're planning one, and looking for a fun party activity or party favor for your guests, check out this illuminated fairy jar DIY.
These jars are easy to make and look so stunning when they're done. You'll be asking yourself if you really trapped a fairy inside! :)
Moana birthday parties are becoming hugely popular on our site, so I'm excited to be sharing this easy Moana canoe craft. This would be a great party activity, party favor (just fill with candies or stickers), or rainy day activity for your kids.
Popsicle sticks are one of my all-time favorite craft items!