In the spirit of Finding Nemo, in cinemas in 3D for its 10th anniversary, we’re going dippy like Dory for the life sub-aquatic. Everyone loves pirate-themed parties, but just as much fun can be had under the waves. So you really make a splash, we offer inspiration for an under-the-sea party.
These can be used for storage as well as vases for spring flowers and party cutlery containers, but they’ll look especially lovely illuminating a table at a dinner party. Follow these simple step-by-step instructions to make pretty, decorated jam jar votives, to use again and again.
We know that the Easter holidays are still quite a way off and Easter Day is not until 31st March, but it’s a good idea to have a few fun Easter games and activities up your sleeve in advance. Here are a few eggcellent(!) tips for fun Easter games and crafty things to do come rain or shine, all spring long.
This Valentine’s Day – or any other day of the year for that matter – surprise a loved one with a very special homemade bouquet of flowers that will last a lot longer than real thing. Follow these step-by-step instructions to make tissue paper blooms to decorate a table or a party room.
When you are planning a birthday party it is easy to leave the games until the last minute. Do this at your peril! Here Maddy Carrick – founder of bespoke party organiser Dreamcatcher Parties – shares her top tips to ensure a happy party atmosphere and avoid the chaos that boredom can create!
Christmas is a time to gather together with friends and loved ones and to make lasting memories. As well as carefully planning the food, decorations and presents, it’s useful to have some ideas up your sleeve to keep the kids amused inside during Christmas and New Year when the days are short and the house is full. Here are some ideas for festive games to keep those Christmas spirits up.
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