How about a Bowling Party, Tea Party or Tie Dye Party. You can purchase bags of white socks inexpensively at Walmart, & boys or girls white T-shirts -Reg. kind or tank types too. And plain white headbands at the Dollar Tree or other Dollar store, & die them to match too. Other crafts is another option.
A Blue Jeans cake would be really cool, for her age. Bake a Rectangle cake. Cool & cut in half with dental floss or thread. Cut an upside down V from 1/3 down in the middle to the bottom, cut triangle in half from top to bottom, turn each over to the other side & put pieces on bottom of outer legs for Bell Bottoms.Put frosting between to make stick to sides of cake,& of course top & bottom layers. Frost the cake. Easy! And then decorate with cake tube icing for zipper, belt loops, pockets & other stitching, & different candies for flowers, happy faces, stars, peace signs, love, etc. Any thing goes really; rock star, DIVA, a favorite singers name? Use fruit roll-ups for belt & cut fringes on belt with scissors.
Girl teens & tweens love these cakes. I hope this helps you out, & saves you some $$. Have fun & good luck, whatever you choose. : )
Some beauty schools let groups of girls in that age group have birthday parties in their school. If I remember right it was manicures and pedicures. Cosmetology students do the work on the girls. But my thought is why not just do a family get together, with whatever family members are able to attend.
Maybe some sort of craft party where the girls can make things? If you look around your area you might find workshops where they can decorate their own pottery or make jewellery. Something like that would be pretty easy to do at home as well.
My son is turning 10 in November and he wanted to have a party at home with 10 of his friends. It's pretty cold here in November, so it would have to be inside or short lived outside. I haven't had an at home party in years so my brain is stuck on smaller kid games. Any suggestions?
By Emily S.
Emily, this is an old fashioned game, perhaps you remember it. Have the kids drop clothespins into a small neck container such as a jar or bottle. Take a chair and turn it backwards. Have them kneel on the seat and drop the clothespins without leaning over the back of the chair. Of course there is a little prize for the winner.
Make sure that everyone goes home with a little something from the party. Of course the dollar store is the place for the prizes! Serve hotdogs and let them put their own favorite condiments on them. This can take up a little of the time.
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