Home    Subscribe    Write for Us    FAQ    Contact    HubGarden    Login
Share your craft ideas for a share of the ad revenue. Click on Write For Us.

Simple Under The Sea Theme Party

by Claire Winlow (follow)
Birthday Party (55)      Under The Sea (44)      Games (24)      Decorations (8)     
Creating a theme for a kids birthday party can be easy with just a few decorations and games to play. 'Under the Sea' is a lovely idea that pre schoolers in particular enjoy.

Here are a few ideas for making your own Under the Sea theme kids party.

Bunting



Under the sea, party, bunting, starfish, octopus


Make some simple but striking bunting. To create this one all you need is some string, paper, small paper plates and straws.
Cut out the some starfish and glue to small paper plates and then decorate with features
Cut out some paper octopus.
Use a hole punch to create holes at the top of your creates and then thread through string.
Between each create, thread through a straw to stop them bunching together.

Tablecloth


Under the sea, party, bunting, starfish, octopus


Let your kids have lots of fun before the party, painting a large white paper table cloth. Swirls of blue and potato printing fish will give it that underwater feel.

Party Food


Under the sea, party, bunting, starfish, octopus


The birthday cake can be part of the theme too. Try making a shark with jagged chocolate button teeth or even a simple fish.



Party food, underwater, sea


Have a look at some great party food ideas here.

Games


Under the sea, party, bunting, starfish, octopus


A really easy spin on a classic is pin the fin on the shark. Draw a shark on a chalk board or large piece of paper. Give each child a paper fin, blind fold them and let them stick it on the shark (use blue tak rather than pins). The closest person is the winner.

Party Bags


Fish, party bag, party


Attach a paper fish to a party bag to give it an under water spin or stick the fish to the outside of a plain bag.

Hope you have fun at your Under the Sea party.




Categories
#Under the Sea
#Birthday Party
#Games
#Decorations
I like this Article - 9
[ print friendly ]
More Articles by Claire Winlow
Paper plates are cheap, versatile and great to make into lots of crafts
14 likes
Finger painting is so much fun and can be turned into fun designs when you tired of thinking of ...
16 likes
These handprint snowmen are simple to make and so perfect for making a good number of personalised C...
13 likes
After a great fun activity using , we were left with some interesting looking cardboard tubes an...
11 likes
Perfect for a car theme birthday party and a good way to include some healthier party food, these sa...
12 likes
This is an easy no bake treat
10 likes
view all articles by Claire Winlow
Articles by Claire Winlow on Other Hubs
Stealth ones, smelly ones, side leakers and back shooters are just a few different types of baby poo...
1134 views
ID: 17918
[ Submit a Comment ]
Trending Articles
Here’s how to make a beautiful hanging decoration from plaster of Paris
10 likes
Here's how to make a lovely Easter animal by decorating an egg
9 likes
Here's how to jazz up your fidget spinner with loom bands
9 likes
These cute skeleton gingerbread men are just the thing for Halloween
8 likes
Perfect for all Harry Potter fans, this easy to make bookmark is a great back to school craft
11 likes
Being old enough to draw is no barrier to creating fantastic greeting cards
3 likes
How to Sew Placemats: A Step-by-Step Tutorial Placemats are a great way to brighten up any...
1 like
Why should fingers have all the fun? This 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' birthday card uses toe print...
3 likes
A simple summer paper craft activity for kids
6 likes
This simple Frozen pinata is just the thing to complete a Frozen theme party
8 likes
Categories
Under 5s (590)
Any Age (404)
Over 10s (382)
Baby (12)
Links (1)
Easy (877)
Medium (246)
Hard (37)
Featured on Other Hubs
 
Copyright 2012-2017 On Topic Media PTY LTD. ABN 18113479226. mobile version