We do have a few Harry Potter fans here, and spells are flying from every corner of the house. (Shame it doesn’t work though, I will do with a few Quietus! Repairo! or a good Accio! spell to find a lost sock 😉
After reading all the books, we made a little potions kit and my son carved a wand in a Gumtree branch:
Now the children have hours of pretend play ahead!
You remember that Pirate Party where the children had to catch a real hen to find the tresor?
Well now it is my daughter’s birthday and the theme is going to be fun:
Let’s the greatest show on earth begin!
After spending a bit of time on Pinterest we found cute animal jars to make. After painting the lids and the little plastic animals with acrylic , we just super-glued them together to have those beautiful Mason Jars!
Heureusement que nous étions deux familles pour organiser une fête comme celle ci. La préparation de la chasse aux trésors nous a bien amusé: les chérubins ont du attraper des poules, courir, chercher, creuser, tirer, affronter un papa-molosse et une mer de requins, se faire un feu, chanter et enfin trouver le trésor pleins de pierres précieuses!
Fortunately we were two families to organize a party like this one. The preparation of the treasure hunt was really fun: the children were of catching chickens, running, searching, digging, pulling, face an angry-dad and a sea full of sharks, starting a fire, singing and finally finding the treasure full of gems!
Papier vieilli dans du thé et brulé sur les bords. Paper aged in tea and burned all around.
Qui veut du gâteau-galion maintenant? Let’s enjoy a piece of cake now!