Posts Tagged ‘dinosaur party decorations’

Dinosaur party!

May 5, 2012

Introducing Young Indi, he is the character for a special excavation party. The children pretend they are paleontologists and apply a few techniques to excavate bones from chalk, watch the eruption of a volcano and learn the different names for dinosaurs.

If you follow the foot prints and uncover some of the clues in the will learn as you win prizes!

I love how the children imagination can create any paper-made cave into a wow experience. When they discover a new fossil…

I love the colorful dinosaurs on the cup cakes.

If the weather is good enough then a dino dig outdoors in the sandbox is a great idea. Depending on the number and age of the party guests and the size of your sandbox you may want to stage this activity so a few children at a time get to dig.

If the weather isn’t good enough to be outside we can  stage an indoor dino dig. If you’ve got the space and are happy to clear up then you could risk in indoor dino dig with sand or a chalk cast.

Give us a call for your next dino-adventure party!

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Dynomite decoration

February 8, 2011

Dominic was turning five. He is  a huge fan of dinosaurs, so his mom Tracey thought of giving us a call and see how we could help.

We decided on a Dynomite party for him. I don’t have all the pictures of the party yet, so I will only show you what we did for decorations first.

We decided to recreate the Triassic Period with a huge cave, our  manzanita tree centerpieces now had dyno fossils hanging from them.

And watching over our Birthday boy, our inflatable T-Rex with buddy on top. Pyth helmets on each chair would be used for excavation purposes afterwards.

Moth and vines. This triceratop seems to be protecting dyno eggs.

The volcano eruption was the highlight of the evening.  Dominic pulled  the trigger, while his party guests counted in reverse for the WOW eruption.

View of the cave setting with vines hanging on the wall.

No worries, we put it all, we take it all, after your party is over.

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