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|This Character Theme Party page is devoted to CLOWNS. It is provided as a courtesy to you. It's purpose is to assist you busy Mom's (and Dad's) in planning your party. Included are links to Clown products, Clown game ideas, Clown decorating hints, Clown invitation designs and ideas that you will find helpful in your planning. Again, this is a courtesy from us to you!|
Clown/Circus Theme Party
Of course we highly recommend hiring Straws the Clown and watch him perform his comedy magic show to make your Clown/Circus Theme party perfect.
All of our Clown shows include:
Use an empty animal cracker box and fill with “admit one” tickets. Write party information on the back of the tickets. You may also include peanuts and a clown nose to create the circus mood. Guests are encouraged to bring the tickets to the party for prize redemption. (Note: the animal crackers can be used as refreshments at the party). Write party information on an inflated balloon, and then let the air out. Guests will inflate the balloon upon receiving it, revealing the details. Print clip art faces from the Internet on card stock, inserting a red balloon as the nose. Write party details on the back. Send online e-mail invitations. This works particularly well when planning a last-minute party
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More Party Ideas
Imaginative party decorations can be created on a shoestring budget. Some unique ideas include:
Construct an animal circus train using empty cereal, pasta or cracker boxes. Cut out the front and back; insert animal picture (either clip art or photographic image) or small plush toy. Use drinking straws to create a cage motif. Wheels can be added by decorating circles of foam core and attaching with glue. Craft a circus tent centerpiece with cardboard or foam core and colored pipe cleaners; decorate with markers or glue images to the cardboard/foam core to create a circus motif. This centerpiece can then be used as a dome for the birthday cake. Attach inflatable animals or plush toys to beach balls or decorated paint buckets, creating mini animal circus acts (you can also use colored sand pails for this creation). Decorate a backyard clothesline with bright color streamers and crepe paper to create a circus motif. Make it a BYOSA — “Bring your own stuffed animal” — party. Have each child bring their own favorite stuffed animal to create an animal circus parade. Purchase party supplies (plates, utensils, cups, blowers) at post-holiday sales. The variety of colors will fit perfectly with the circus theme. If a local store is having a grand opening, request the banners or pennant decorations when the event is over (these double as a great circus decoration).
Have your guests visit a “clown makeover” bar equipped with makeup, old clothes, sunglasses, clown noses and wigs. Build your own beanbag toss with foam core boards. Decorate as clowns or circus animals. Make your own beanbags using dried beans and old socks. For summer outdoor parties, a water balloon toss is an ever-popular activity. Create your own circus-themed variation on pin the tail on the donkey, such as "pin the ball on the seal's nose" or "pin the nose on the clown." Lay a "tightrope" (jump rope from your child's closet) out on the ground for kids to test their high-wire skills. Award tickets throughout the party that kids can redeem for prizes at the end. Prizes can consist of fun items purchased in bulk, such as kazoos, whistles, key chains or bags of popcorn.
While the kids watch Straws' Magic show serve these delicious treats...Magic Wands
1 cup Pillsbury® Creamy Supreme® Chocolate Fudge Frosting; 1 cup chocolate candy sprinkles; 16 pretzel rods; 1/4 cup Pillsbury® Creamy Supreme® Vanilla Frosting.
1. Line cookie sheet with foil. Place chocolate frosting in microwavesafe 13x9inch (3quart) glass baking dish. Microwave on HIGH for 10 to 15 seconds or until melted; stir until smooth. Place candy sprinkles in shallow dish.
2. Dip each pretzel rod in melted frosting, turning to coat completely. Roll rods in candy sprinkles; place on foillined cookie sheet. Refrigerate 30 minutes or until frosting is set.
3. Place sheet of foil on work surface. Place vanilla frosting in small microwavesafe bowl. Microwave on HIGH for 10 to 15 seconds or until softened. Dip 1 inch of each coated pretzel in vanilla frosting; place wands on foil. Let stand about 4 hours or until frosting is set.