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Top 3 tips to throw an engaging Easter egg decorating party for the kids

Date Created: 04/02/2012

Top 3 tips to throw an engaging Easter egg decorating party for the kids. Easter is less than a week away, so if you're looking to throw an engaging party for the little ones in your family, there's still plenty of time to do so. Easter egg decorating is one of many party themes to work with during this time of year, but it can be difficult to make dipping eggs into dye exciting for the kids. However, you can easily create a festive atmosphere with beautiful party decorations and include a few extra accessories that the little ones can use to decorate their Easter eggs. The following tips should help everything go smoothly and help the children create beautiful and unique eggs.

1. A quick lunch. No one wants to decorate eggs on an empty stomach, so whip up a few peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the kids to enjoy before they start decorating their eggs. Invest in some festive party tableware and catering supplies to make cleanup much easier, and hang up a personalized banner to welcome the little ones to your celebration. Of course, it wouldn't be an Easter celebration without a few treats, so break out a few personalized chocolate bars or cookie tin favors for the kids to enjoy.

2. Egg accessories. Typically when you pick up an egg dying kit, it will include the dyes, a few stickers and a clunky cardboard holder. This year, you can give your kids' eggs a bit of decorative flair by including elegant beads, glitter, and paints that can help them explore their creative side. When the designs are finished, consider decorating an egg carton so you have a beautiful place to display all of your Easter creations.

3. Party favors. After you've taken a few pictures of all of the finished products, you can create a creative vessel to place each child's egg inside. You can pick up a few inexpensive baskets at a craft store and decorate them in springtime pastel shades and customize them with each child's name on the front. This will add a fun and festive addition to their parent's Easter décor and is a wonderful party favor idea.

An Easter party for egg decorating is one of the most enjoyable traditions that comes with the holiday, so go for the gusto this year and set your party apart from the rest.


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