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Twins Super-Sized Rainbow Art Birthday Party

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artsy paint can and rainbow splatter birthday cake

It’s time to get messy with this Super-Sized Rainbow Art Birthday Party styled by Valerie Cianci of Top It Off Designs for the 5th birthday of two identical twins! How much fun would it be to put down those thinking caps and pick up a (ginormous) crayon to let your inner child go crazy!? That’s exactly what Valerie created when she combined fun activities, bright rainbow colors & whimsical oversized art supplies! I am seriously in need of a giant easel like that — think of all the possibilities! :)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Fondant paint brush & paint can topped rainbow paint splatter cake + tons of rainbow paint palette desserts
  • Large hanging crayons & an oversized easel & paint tube backdrop + an impressive rainbow balloons backdrop
  • Rainbow sand art, painting & cupcake decorating activities + crayon & marker tiered
  • Crayon shaped bubbles & lip balms + aprons & goody filled paint can party favors

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DIY art supplies centerpiece

large paint easel backdrop

 

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PARTY DETAILS as told by Valerie

Decor
This art birthday party was for twins Miranda & Cristobal turning five. A wall of balloons was perfect to bring in all the colors, while the oversized easel with the number 5 and the acrylic tube had to be my favorite decorative element of the party. Centerpieces were crafted using Crayola crayons and markers. The big crayons hanged from the ceiling were also super fun!

Dessert Table
Filled with lots if yummy sweets including unbelievable sugar cookies, delicious brigadeiros, marshmallow pops, paint brush cake pops, cake balls, rice krispies and of course the amazing three tier cake.

Favors
A welcome table was set with bubbles, lip balm, inflatable crayons and aprons for the kids to enjoy during the party. In addition, they all went home with a paint pail filled with craft goodies and candy.

Entertainment
Guests enjoyed four different art stations: cupcake decorating, canvas painting, play-dough and sand art. Also, an hour of games and music by two lovely girls in the cutest crayon costumes.

Vendor Credit
By | 2017-02-14T07:19:59+00:00 September 25th, 2014|Twins Birthday|5 Comments

About the Author:

Hi, I’m Dayna, the newest team member here at Hostess with the Mostess, where, as the Editorial & Design Assistant, I have been introduced to this amazing world of events for the first time. I’ve absolutely loved meeting and getting to know all of you and seeing the amazing work you guys do! Here are a few fun facts to get to know me a bit better…

– I love to cook and bake, the more chocolate the better!

– I’m a certified animal lover and can’t wait to get my own pup soon

– I am a huge typography geek

– I’m one of those lucky people that gets to celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah :)

I’m so thrilled to continue to learn more about this industry and meet more of you! Check out my Party of 5 post every Friday for a fun mix of my favorite creative party albums from our social site!

5 Comments

  1. @honestywedding September 25, 2014 at 4:06 pm

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  2. @mayuscakes September 26, 2014 at 6:20 am

    Amazing Rainbow Art Birthday Party… So proud to be part of it!!!
    Now we are featured in great event’s blog…… http://t.co/EbW35aLTQd

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  4. may June 30, 2015 at 8:16 pm

    I wanted to know where did you purchase the paper mache for the centerpieces?

  5. Kaitlyn Colombo May 10, 2016 at 1:00 am

    what size where the paint containters? how tall? where did you get them from

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