Selected as Party of the Day on June 6th!

Mylee's Paint Party

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Party Recap

Kids of all ages were invited to come do some art! Part decorations were made out of all things art related. Party colors included all the rainbow colors to make for a bright cheery atmosphere! Kids painted on canvases and wooden shapes, did chalk art on the driveway, did scratch art with bookmarks, and bounced in a art theme bounce house.


Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Painted pasta (noodles dyed rainbow colors) with alfredo or marinara sauce, rainbow goldfish, "paint" chips, fruit and veggies in all the colors, and rainbow jello.

  • What People Drank

    Creative juices were different drinks in all the colors of the rainbow. We also had an italian soda bar where guests could create their own perfect drink using a variety of flavorings, club soda, and half n' half. Guests loved creating a perfect drink for themselves! It was the hit of the party.

  • Desserts

    A full spread of desserts were available on the dessert table. We had a personal cake for the birthday girl, cupcakes in all colors, rainbow cakepops, splatter "paint" cookies, chocolate covered pretzels, paint brush rise krispie treats, and a large assortment of candy in all the colors.

  • Party Favors

    Each child left with an apron wrapped around a canvas that included a watercolor set, bubbles and a pack of gusher fruit snacks.

  • Activities / Games

    There was a bounce house for everyone to jump in. Guests could also paint, do scratch art, or do some chalk art on the driveway.



  • Debbie S

    Debbie S wrote:

    Where did you get or how did you make the palatte the cupcakes were on?

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    Tiffany B wrote:

    Yes, I would like to know about the palette you used as well.

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    Kristin T wrote:

    My dad actually cut the palette out of wood for me. He said it was easy, but I'm not much help since I know nothing about cutting from wood! :)

  • Pink Lorie C

    Pink Lorie C wrote:

    Where did you get the paint palette?

  • Azia B

    Azia B wrote:

    How did you hang the paint cans?

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    Kristin T wrote:

    The paint cans were attached with Shoe Goo. Sounds strange, but it was the only adhesive that would hold them on the backdrop.

  • Jaqwan W

    Jaqwan W wrote:

    How did you create the backdrop with the paint cans?

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    Kristin T wrote:

    The paint cans are attached with Shoe Goo to a board covered in white felt. The colored "paint" part is material that is hot glued inside the cans and then down the board.

  • Lauren C

    Lauren C wrote:

    hi! what did you use as the base to create the centerpieces?

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    Kristin T wrote:

    They were round paper mache boxes (brownish color)...found at either Michaels or Hobby Lobby.