This darling SPLATTER AND SPLASH SUMMERTIME ART PARTY was submitted by Britni Vigil of Play. Party. Pin.
What a fabulous summer party idea! I love all of the darling art party ideas and details! From the adorable aprons to the cute paint splatter cake pops! This party is so darling and would work for not only a Summertime party, but a birthday party as well.
The Splatter & Splash Summertime Art party ideas and element to look for from this fabulous bash are:
- The darling art aprons
- The cute splatter paint cake pops
- The fun splatter station
- The cute Rice Krispy paintbrushes
- The fun cookie coloring activity
- The cute splatter paint printables
- and MORE!
Juice – Juicy Juice
Art Supplies – Crayola
Aprons – Confetti Couture Events
Kiddie Pool, Duct Tape, Toy Favors, and Chocolate Candies – OrientalTrading Company
Printable Designs – Swish Printables
Sunscreen Party Favors – Kate Aspen
Table Runner and Fabric Bunting – Cupcake with Character
Paintbrush Rice Krispy Treats – Sweet U Off Your Feet
Paint Splatter Cake Pops – Niecey’s Sweets
Picture Frame Cookies – Cara Bella Creations by Shauna
Tissue and Circle Garland – Fancy & Fold
Food Safe Markers – Kopy Kake
Straws – PuppyCat Crafts
Bottles – Pink Picker Party
Paint Buckets – Michaels
Party Styling and Photography – Play. Party. Pin.
Art Party Details:
This is what Britni said about planning/styling the party-
“I was asked to put together a party showcasing ways to turn learning into play using Juicy Juice and Crayola products. I came up with the idea of having a Splatter and Splash Summertime Bash as a way to make creativity fun for younger kids.
I decided on food and drinks that I knew kids would love including splatter paint shaped sandwiches, juicesicles, smoothies, rice krispy paint brushes, cake pops, and a cake made from stacked up juice boxes. And to drink, I setup a juice bar where kids could mix their favorite juices in cute little juice bottles with chalkboard labels for their names. A custom made Make A Splash banner encouraged kids to make their own yummy drinks.
Since the party was centered around learning through play, I planned a number of activities that did just that. Before we got the activities started, kids were given darling art aprons made especially for the party just for 2-4 year olds. The kids loved them and parents loved them because it kept the mess off their clothes!
We started off the games by playing juice box Jenga and building towers out of juice boxes. Once the kids got tired of that, we moved outside and played Splash Ball games. The kids had to grab a splash ball out of a water bucket, throw it in the air and tell us what letter it landed on. Even though it sounds simple, the kids loved it!
After we ran out of water, we moved into the backyard to my favorite part of the party, the splatter station. Kids had to pick a piece of fruit out of a kiddie pool then match the fruit to a color of pain that I’d setup near a blank canvas. Once they matched their color, they squeezed some paint onto the canvas then went back to find another fruit and matching color. The canvas turned out really fun, and it was another activity the kids loved!
For our final activity, I gave the kids cute picture frame cookies and food safe markers to color on the cookies. The kids were so surprised that they draw on their food but again, absolutely loved it.
Overall this was such a fun party to not only plan but to actually throw. I loved coming up with ways to make learning and creativity fun, and the kids loved doing the activities”.
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