There are so many great elements and fun ideas in this dinosaur party! A few of my favorites are:
- The tall grasses set in various containers
- The chocolate Cadbury dinosaur eggs
- The party food and favors displayed on wooden crates and tree stumps
- The letters “RAWR” set in separate frames and placed side by side
- and MORE!
Here’s what Julie said about the party– “For this dinosaur party we used a lot of items we already had, purchasing only the food, the cardstock that we picked up from Hobby Lobby, and the one dollar plastic dinosaurs from Target and the Dollar Tree. We reused the tree stumps as well as the grasses from other parties we had thrown. From our photos you can tell that we utilized our Silhouette Cameo a lot! For the six year old dinosaur party, we planned out several organized activities for the kids to do. The first activity included making dinosaur fossils out of coffee play-dough that we stored in glass jars for the kids. The kids chose a jar, rolled out their coffee play-dough, and pressed small plastic dinosaurs into the the dough which we then baked during the duration of the party. Another dinosaur activity we had the kids do was to make a stegosaurus using their hand print. Using their hand, their thumb was the head, their palm the body , and their fingers the four legs of the stegosaurus. We cut triangles out of card stock before the party that the kids could easily glue to the bodies of the hand print stegosaurus. Plastic googly eyes completed their dinosaur. The kids were read the book “Dinosaur Roar” by Paul and Henrietta Stickland. They also participated in a dinosaur dance, where they would dance like various dinosaurs. For more details on the party, they can be found here.”