Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Birthday Party Ideas With Tie-Dyed Themes

Tie dyed projects are one of the fun birthday party ideas. Back in the 60s, it was a craze. Today, it returns to our life in the form of recreation. This party is suitable for kids of 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. 8, 9 and 10 years old. Therefore, you can plan this activity for boys and girls to celebrate the day they were born.

For the 60s theme, you can use the music during that era to enhance the decorations of tie dying. In this idea, you can use other things besides shirts for artistic talent. Always prepare enough paper, crayons, pencils, water colors, and pens so that the participants will have something to do throughout the party. You can organize other fun activities such as art and craft while waiting for their shirts to set.

One good idea that fits the theme is to have a groovy photo frame for every with pictures of themselves wearing their ties which they have dyed. I would suggest you to create a scrapbook for the birthday party. Every kid especially the girls would be fond of it. You can give them away as gifts.

For the menu, you can bake a tie dyed shirt cake either on your own or with help of the bakery. If you are using the bakery, make sure you tell them when you need the birthday cake. Another fun project that you can do is to invite the guests to make their own exotic pizzas. You can supply the dough and they can decorate the pizza with tomato paste, vegetables, sausages, hams or pepperoni. Make sure you provide plenty of tidbits such as sloppy Joe, fries, fruits, and chips.

Play some good 60s music. Take photos of their artwork. Let this be something memorable.

This birthday party can be held in any season even winter and anywhere. Just keep in mind that you are using dye. So, you need a place that has good ventilation. The flooring should be covered with plastic or paper sheets so that the dye does not smudge the tiles.

Birthday party ideas
like this one are enjoyable by kids and adults. At the end of the event, they have a little item that they can bring home. They have fun in using their creativity. You can say it is one of the coolest projects you have ever done.

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