Art and Craft Party Drawing Ideas for Kids

If you have a child who loves to get his or her hands working on some sort of art project, a craft party can be the perfect way to celebrate your budding artist’s birthday. Ideas for craft birthday parties can range from those dedicated to building a single craft or those that treat guests to a variety of fun arts and crafts projects to enjoy. Whether you’re just starting to plan or are already set for the main activity but are looking for additional details to complete your event, these ideas for a themed birthday party are there to help.

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Craft ideas

So, you decide to throw a craft party. There is a wide range of mediums, projects, supplies, and ideas from which to choose.

One way to narrow down your choices is to start with what will most appeal to the child’s birthday. Is he an avid fan of cutting and pasting? If so, a collage project would be a fun craft for him. A child who loves to paint, on the other hand, can do better at an art party where each child gets to show off his or her creativity on his or her little canvas and paint.

Another thing to consider when choosing your craft party is the age of your guests. Pick something they can do on their own. If you have a mixed age group, consider making a variety of creations or a single craft that can be modified according to skill level (perhaps a younger child can paint a wood). box while older children use decoupage to decorate their).

Still not sure where to start? Here are some basic drawing ideas for kids party crafts that can inspire you:

  • Painting or finger painting
  • Decoupage projects
  • Create scrapbooking pages
  • Make shirts with a dock tie
  • Duct tape crafts
  • Stencil art
  • Rubber seal
  • Paper creations
  • Mint glass
  • Making ornament
  • Jewelry making
  • Mask making and decorating
  • Decorating mugs with markers
  • Painting woodwork such as birdhouses, jewelry boxes, and picture frames
  • Fabric projects (example: use fabric markers to customize pillowcases, glue necklaces on canvas messenger bags, or make sock puppets)

Supply List

As you can see, the options seem endless. Perhaps another determining factor for choosing the right party craft is the items needed to make it. When you decide on a craft, it’s best to make a supply list so you can make sure you not only have enough for each guest but that the cost of the supplies fits the party’s budget. Consider what will be needed individually and what will be shared (scissors, glue, and tape). This will make shopping and setting up easier.

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Make Craft First

Many artworks seem simple at first glance but can often be more complex or take more time or supplies than originally thought. It is best to discover any pitfalls before and not during the craft party. You can then see for yourself how long it takes, if the instructions are complete, or if there are any tweaks you can make to make the process smooth.

It’s also a great way to find out if a project that seems like a great photo idea can be a total bust at the party. For example, if the glue takes too long to dry between steps, children may not be able to finish in time to bring home a completed project at the end of the party. That would be a dismissal, to say the least. Making a sample craft in advance is worth the time it takes to ensure a successful party.

Add an Adult Craft Table

An especially fun idea for a kids’ craft party is to encourage their parents to entertain in their artistic sides, as well! You can choose a craft that parents and children can work together, or set up a crafting station just for the elderly. Some ideas for those in the adult arts include:

  • Making seasonal wreaths or wall hanging.
  • Decoupage
  • Knitting, crochet, embroidery, or needlework.
  • Painting a wine glass.
  • Adult coloring pages.

Location

Consider location when choosing a craft for an arts and crafts birthday party. If making your kitchen table, go ahead and throw the party at home. If you need to spread out and work with folding tables, perhaps the backyard is best or even the local park. Consider the possible need for tarps or tents if it should rain, however, or how well it works outside on a windy day. If space and weather are concerned, look for other indoor party venues that can host your events,

Decoration

In the animation of the creative theme of a craft party. It only performs sense to perfect in DIY style. Balloons are always a simple, fun element of birthday decorations. Instead of ordinary wolves, however, why not dress them in cunning style? You can use paint, markers, glitter, stickers, or even sheets of paper and fabric to turn them into almost anything from abstract orbs to adorable animals.

Food

Your guests are busy molding, painting, cutting, and pasting with busy hands that can’t stop for a sit-down meal. Finger foods, snacks, and simple drinks (preferably in spill-proof containers) are your best bet. Avoid greasy or colored foods that can lead to fingerprints on their projects (leave orange chef puffs in the cupboard). Tea sandwiches and pouch drinks are great options for food to be served at the steam time.

Of course, if you have time, you can schedule the meal for after the craft is complete. You can also have a tea party while the crafts are set to dry or placed in cute take-home, favor bags.

For the birthday cake, acknowledge cookies that fit the theme. A cake decorated for a party with a tie or a cake decorated to look like a paint pallet is just a few of the fun menu ideas for an art and craft show.

ADDITIONAL WORK

If crafting time only takes up a portion of your party schedule, or if some kids can finish earlier than others, you can have some art party games ready to play. Of course, you can also go along with some traditional kids ’games, such as Freeze Dance or musical chairs.

If you need to hold the creativity flowing, but, remember about setting up freestyle arts and crafts communications. Set the table with a hodge-podge of craft items that they can use to create anything they want.

More ideas for extra craft time:

  • Set up a place with lots of coloring pages and crayons.
  • Line a table with craft paper.
  • Place a sidewalk chalk box near a sidewalk if outdoors. If inside, pair the chalk with black-type paper. Or, buy removable vinyl board decals that hang on the wall. Arrange them to make a large chalkboard that the children can make for fun.
  • Convert a wall into a large canvas by filling it with art paper. Children can paint a mural (which can be taken down later).

Favors

A craft party has removed the need for favors because kids get their projects at home. A fun idea is to wrap their artwork as gifts or put them in beautiful gift bags to give them the feeling of taking home a special they have currently created for themselves.