A Guide to the ULTIMATE DIY Angry Birds Party
I have to say, my best friend Jenny and I can throw a mean party! Ha! We collaborated recently on an Angry Birds Themed Party for one of our favorite five year olds. I wanted to put together an ULTIMATE guide of tutorials that the two of us created to help you throw a great DIY Angry Birds Party. Here are seven ideas for you to consider.
#1 Themed Gift Wrapping
Just say no to gift bags! You can’t attend a birthday party for your favorite five year old without a gift! I wrapped this gift and made a little tag on my computer that said, “Happy Angry Birthday, Adrian”. It took me less than ten minutes and added a personal touch.
#2 Angry Birds Pinata
Trina, Adrian’s Mom and one of my Besties, bought a King Pig Pinata but it was missing a crown! So I made a King Pig Crown for her out of an old cottage cheese container. You can use this idea for making any type of crown you’d like.
#3 Bird Cage Centerpieces
This is a quick and easy centerpiece idea, Simply place a stuffed Angry Bird character in a bird cage. You can buy these at any craft store and it seems like they are always on sale!
#4 The Golden Egg
To be honest, I’m not too familiar with the Angry Bird game but apparently the golden egg is a VERY important element. Trina spray painted plastic Easter eggs and placed them in little nests. It turned out so cute!
#5 Sweets and Treats
What’s a birthday party without plenty of treats??? Trina displayed colorful cupcakes on a DIY wooden structure that Jenny made.
She also had a candy table with favor bags for the kids to fill and take home.
I also made some super easy Angry Bird Dropping favors that we placed on the party tables.
Trina also bought this fun Angry Bird cupcake birthday cake.
#6 Upcycled Cardboard Box Decorations
Both Jenny and I saved our cardboard boxes to create a fun decoration. Jenny painted hers to look like wooden boxes.
#7 Life Sized Angry Bird Launcher and Party Game
Lastly, and DEFINITEY not least, Jenny and her husband made a life sized Angry Bird Launcher to launch the painted Angry Bird Balls she made into the boxes. This was the BEST GAME EVER and was fun for both the kids and adults.
There you have it… A Guide to the ULTIMATE DIY Angry Birds Party! I hope you enjoyed and are inspired to use these ideas too!
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