Fun and Games!

November 20th, 2009 No Comments   Posted in Birthday

The Splattered Paint team made lots of fun at a recent party in Puchong. We played games and did a magic show for the kids. The children were thoroughly entertained by the face painting and sand art provided too. Not to be missed, each kid walked home with a party pack!

Devon’s 1st birthday party

June 25th, 2009 No Comments   Posted in Birthday

It was a birthday party for Devon who turned one, but definitely not a party for him to enjoy. The lil guests got more fun from it! Twenty over children from 3 year olds to 14 year olds had a blast from a variety of activities. We had sand art with a rainbow selection of coloured sands, a colouring contest for the young ones, a mesmerizing magic show starring budding teen magicians – Jonathan and Joshua and then finally wrapping up the party with a wacky replica of the Amazing Race.

Teams ran their hearts out from one Detour to another, they had to put their minds to test at Roadblocks and one team managed to get the Fast Forward speeding to the pit stop, making them the winners of the amazing race!

Feast your eyes on the exciting party…

Mum with lil\' Devon

Mum and lil’ baby Devon

Amazing Race

Children had to have their picture taken after wrapping themselves in toilet paper

Coloring Contest

Yeap, we had a colouring contest too!

Sand Art!

And Sand Art!

Magic Tricks

Magic Tricks

And more magic tricks!

Flower Power Birthday!

May 7th, 2009 No Comments   Posted in Birthday

The Splattered Paint’s team celebrated Gabby’s 5th birthday at her apartment! The theme was ‘Flower Power’ and we decorated the small hall with flower balloons, played some party games and not to mention, spent an awesome time working on a flower pot craft! Enjoy the photos ensuing. Know more about cheap meds

Birthday Party – 9 year old!

March 10th, 2009 1 Comment   Posted in Birthday, Clowning

The Splattered Paint team celebrated another birthday! This time it was a 9 year old birthday party! Though last minute, we decorated the small hall and provided some kids’ entertainment through clowning, magic tricks and party games! The children totally enjoyed their time. More info about tourists make in barcelona

One Year Old Birthday Party

January 31st, 2009 No Comments   Posted in Birthday

The Splattered Paint team transformed an empty hall to one that is ‘starry’ – for a one year old birthday girl’s party! The theme for this party is “Twinkle Twinkle Glitter Stars”. This is an example of what you can do if you have a low budget…but a very huge place. See the photos for some examples. Know more about dark outside

Full Moon Party

January 25th, 2009 2 Comments   Posted in Birthday

The Splattered Paint team were honoured to be part of baby Shaun Jesper’s full moon party. Despite the last minute call, we did some decorations for the hall and also entertained the children with some crafts after their meals. They were absolutely delighted! Check out the pictures below. More about money through wifi

Great Party Games (Part 2)

September 7th, 2008 No Comments   Posted in Birthday

You can never have too much games at a party – especially if it’s a children’s party! Trust me, children never get fed up of games, even if it means running around aimlessly for hours! Here are more children’s party games to spice up bash!

Honey I Love You

  • Your group should be sitting in a circle again with one person in the middle.
  • The person in the middle can go to anyone in the circle and say “Honey I love you, won’t you give me a smile?”
  • The person who was asked the question has to answer back “Honey I love you, but I just can’t smile” (without smiling.)
  • The person in the middle can do anything to the other person to make them smile except touch them.
  • The longest standing person in the middle who resist to smile at the statement wins. It can go on and on and on with strings of laughter!

All tangled up

  • Stand in a circle close to each other and have the children place their hands in the center of the group.
  • Grab the hand of someone across the circle. Make sure that children are not holding both hands of the same person. It might take some time to do some hand switching to make this work right.
  • Without letting go of each other’s hands try to untie the mess they created.
  • Be careful not to let children twist someone’s arm too much. Allow children to let go long enough to keep from hurting each other.
  • When they are all untied you will end up with one large circle or two smaller circles.

Sock Wrestle

  • All the children sit in a circle and have to take off their shoes so they are only wearing socks.
  • Every child is given a number.
  • Two numbers are then called out.
  • The children with those numbers come into the center of the circle, and, remaining on their knees, must, in any way possible, get the other person’s sock before they get theirs.

Great Party Games (Part 1)

August 6th, 2008 No Comments   Posted in Birthday

What’s a party without games?! Children parties are all about fun, laughter and more fun! To be honest, I don’t even think they care much about the food. As long as their tummies are filled, it’s games all the way! A few things to take note while planning party games:

  • Always have gifts prepared!
  • There’s always a winner but no losers. Reward everyone for their effort and enthusiasm.
  • Be sure to play music when playing games. It makes all the difference.
  • Explain instructions clearly. Repeat is anyone doesn’t understand.

Here are some examples of great party games:

Hot Potato

  • Have all the children sit or stand in a circle.
  • One child is chosen to be ‘leader’. The ‘leader’ must have his/her eyes closed at all times.
  • The ‘leader’ begins to pass the potato around the circle.
  • Everyone must take the potato and must not hold it longer than one second. The potato goes around the circle.
  • When the ‘leader’ shouts “HOT POTATO!”, the person holding the potato has to leave the circle.
  • The circle gets smaller and smaller until 3 persons are left.
  • The winner is the surviving person besides the ‘leader’ in the circle.

Zoom to the Broom!

  • You will need a broom.
  • The children form a big circle with everyone facing inwards.
  • Each player is given a number. One player stands in the center keeping the broom upright by resting the palm of his hands on the top. (The stick should only be balanced upright and not held)
  • The player in the center calls out a number and removes his hand.
  • The player whose number is called tries to catch the broom before it hits the ground. If the player manages to catch it, he/she takes the place in the center. If the broom falls to the ground, the original person in the center goes back to the center.

Funny Granny Grunt

  • You will need a blindfold and a broom.
  • The children form a circle.
  • Choose one person to be ‘it’ who will be blindfolded. ‘It’ stands in the middle of the circle with a broom in the hand.
  • ‘It’ will tell all the players to move to the right. All players will have to continue moving and not stop.
  • ‘It’ will then spins the broom and stick the broom handle out.
  • The person nearest to the broom grabs it. ‘It’ will then say ‘granny grunt’.
  • The person holding the broom will grunt once. Then ‘it’ will try to guess who the granny is.
  • If the guess is correct, the person will replace ‘it’ and the game starts over again.

Birthday Party Tips!

July 20th, 2008 3 Comments   Posted in Birthday

We’ve planned a lot of events over the last few years. Big scale, medium scale and small groups. The most challenging to plan are children’s events. Not only do we have to satisfy the adults (who eventually pays the bill), our guest the tiny tots has to leave the place thrilled too!

Let’s talk about annual events, birthdays for instance. A child would at least have one birthday party in their childhood. Don’t fret at the thought of it. If you’re thinking of planning one, here are some tips to help you.

  • Tip #1: Try to plan your party 3-4 weeks in advance. You don’t it to be a frenzy.
  • Tip #2: Choose a theme. Easiest your child’s opinion on this. Getting a theme will help you organize your thoughts on what to buy, what games to play, what party packs to get.
  • Tip #3: Decide on the party time. Best times for parties are between 2.00 – 4.00pm. That way you won’t need to serve a meal but finger foods instead.
  • Tip #4: Sit down with your child and plan the guests list. Make invitations together and get your child to write the names on the invites.
  • Tip #5: Food! What’s a party without food?! Don’t stress yourself over a banquet, plan wise and simple. Keep the menu wholesome but fun. Add colour by adding different types of veggies in sandwiches or sprinkling multi coloured M&M’s on ice cream.
  • Tip #4: Focus on the activities instead of the details! Children LOVE games and interactive activities. They’d leave the place remembering what they did rather than what beautiful deco they saw. Decorate the place but don’t sweat the little details!
  • Tip #5: Party favours! The trick is that every child goes home with a gift. It doesn’t matter if it comes from the dollar shop or Toys ‘r’ Us. Throw in a variety of gifts into a party pack, they’d be happy to dig their noses into it.
  • Tip #6: Important but very often overlooked. Assign a photographer for the party. You’d be so busy having fun, the only time you remember there are no tangible memories of the special day is when it’s all over.

Let the party planning begin! If you need more tips, we would be happy to help you. Contact us!