kids parties

Ghost-On-A-Stick DIY

Here is a super simple DIY that could work as Halloween party favors or even as an activity at a Halloween party. These little ghosts-on-a-stick are so sweet and modern. The materials are so simple and process so easy. See the full directions below.

ghost-stick1aGhost Stick DIY | Oh Happy Day

Click through for the rest of project…

(more…)

New Party Supplies

Here are a few party supplies that I’ve got my eye on. I love the colors! (PS – Have you seen Ikea’s new line of paper party decorations??)

Party Supplies | Oh Happy Day!

1. These party hats are perfect. | 2. The prettiest envelopes. | 3. Fun straws. | 4. These plates are from Target! | 5. Rainbow cups. | 6. Cute for favors. | 7. One of the many decorations I got from Ikea this week…

Dinosaur Party Invitations

by Kathleen Ballos

Have you heard of Dinovember? I love how playful and creative you can get posing toy dinosaurs – I thought it would be a fun excuse to hold a dinosaur party! Make these paper mache dino egg invitations to get the party started. At the party, have your guests take part in a dinosaur posing competition – I’m sure the results will be hilarious!

Dinosaur Party Invitations | Oh Happy Day!Dinosaur Party Invitations | Oh Happy Day!Dinosaur Party Invitations | Oh Happy Day!

Click through for instructions … 

(more…)

Haunted Village Surprise

by Kathleen Ballos

Are you hosting a Halloween party this year? Make this miniature haunted village as decor but also a surprise way to hide candy! Arrange the paper houses on a window sill, tray, or tabletop and when someone wins a game let them pick a house to reveal their prize. P.S. Another fun way to include a haunted house at your party!

Haunted Village Surprise | Oh Happy Day!Haunted Village Surprise | Oh Happy Day!

Click through for instructions … 

(more…)

Spider Web Cake Topper DIY

by Chiara Alberetti Milott

Did you know it only takes an hour for a spider to spin a web? That’s about how long it takes to create this simple cake topper using just a sheet of paper. Then attach a plastic spider for the final touch.  Make sure your guests do not get caught in your web when you serve them cake!

Spider Web Cake Topper DIY | Oh Happy Day!Spider Web Cake Topper DIY | Oh Happy Day!

Click through for instructions!

(more…)