Kara's Party Ideas Prehistoric Dinosaur Birthday Party! | Kara's Party Ideas

My first weekend party feature goes to this super cute

Prehistoric Dinosaur Birthday Party
submitted by One Charming Party!
This party is amazing. I just love all the creativity here.
How fun is the bone dig activity?!
{You can MAKE the bones at home! OCP shows you how.}
You can purchase a downloadable pdf/party plan that includes over 50 pages of tutorials, party instructions, gorgeous photos, party printables {invite, thank you, cupcake toppers, name tags, dino hunt game, etc} and more! Go here to purchase!
Photos by Nicole Hill Gerulat.
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Fossilized dinosaur egg party favor {with a surprise inside}!…
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Superb job, Brittany & Sara!
Thanks for your submission.
Congrats on being chosen as a winning party feature!

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20 Comments
  1. Amanda

    We are planning a great Dinosaur party for my daughter. We really want to do a dinosaur dig, but I was so excited when you said that you could make the bones at home. Can you send me a link to where I can find the instructions??
    Thanks so much! Amanda

  2. Laura Kelley

    Did you ever find that link? I would love to find that out as well.

  3. Wendy

    Love the jumbo dinosaur bones in the sandpit! The DIY link still isn’t working and I see a couple of other requests for the link in the comments. Since you made these would you mind sharing a short DIY comment just to get us started?

  4. Kimberly

    I would LOVE more details on the dinosaur bones as well. Can you post a link or email it to me?

  5. Monique

    The link to make dinosaur bones and to purchase party package isnt working. Can you send me each link to site please ?

  6. Lacey

    I would ALSO love the link. I really want to do a dinosaur dig for my 4 year old.

  7. Kimberly

    I found and used this — http://www.amazon.com/Dinosaur-T-Rex-Bones-Sand-Mold/dp/B00KETYJA4
    Sprayed the inside with nonstick cooking spray and filled it with plaster of Paris. Turned out great.

  8. Kimberly

    I found and used this — http://www.amazon.com/Dinosaur-T-Rex-Bones-Sand-Mold/dp/B00KETYJA4. Just spay with nonstick cooking spray (liberally) and fill with plaster of Paris. Turned out great. Kids loved the dig.