If your child has a birthday this winter, you’ll need some treats and activities for the party. A Pinterest search on this subject is overwhelming, but don’t fear. I have some easy, inexpensive and fun ideas for you! First, the traditional party favor: Something you wrap up and hand to kids on their way out the door.
One simple strategy will minimize birthday party preparation, clean-up and costs: Having your birthday party somewhere else besides home. Any birthday party can get expensive, and you might think having a party away from home would double the cost. But believe it or not, the amount you spend often goes down when you have the party away from home, not up.
Struggling to come up with a fresh idea for your child’s next party? Bigger isn’t always better, and a party shouldn’t cut into your savings fund. Get creative, be inspired and make one or more of the following ideas your own.
During the cold winter months, I love to curl up on the couch in front of the fireplace with a cup of hot cocoa, and my husband would rather be outdoors snowshoeing. Do you prefer to play in the snow or stay toasty warm indoors? This winter party is all about frosty versus toasty, and it is filled with fun activities and delicious treats for all ages.
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