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    My 2yr old is having a rainbow party this year for her 3rd birthday & i'm after some ideas for crafts/decorations, items to put in the party bags & rainbow food ideas.

    Any help is much appreciated


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    there is (from memory) a rainbow party on a blog i follow (babyology). they might have some tips! rainbow cakes look awesome!

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    The organised housewife blog has just recently posted about decorations and food that she did for her daughters rainbow party - worth a google


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    Get different coloured crepe ribbons. You can make paper chains with different colours and hang on the wall/chairs. You could tape the paper ribbons to the top of the door where the kids come in/out of the house or into the main room for the party.

    You can get multi coloured bangles/hair ties etc for party favours.

    Finger painting

    decorating paper plates they can take home

    multi coloured napkins/plates/cups etc

    find the pot of gold/treasure hunt

    get different coloured My Little Ponies and turn them into unicorns. Place on table and throughout house/garden

    If you have a grass area, create a path with sparkles. Though they'll be stamped back into the house and you'll be finding them in crevices 5 years from now

    place multi coloured paper or plastic windmills throughout the garden.

    you can do anything really, just use lots of colour.

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    Thanks ladies have bookmarked the blogs

    L&B Thanks for the great ideas

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    Message PumpkinZulu. She's doing the same!

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    There's heaps of stuff on pinterest on rainbow parties

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    I was going to suggest Pinterest too There always seems to be at least one rainbow party idea every day!

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    Thanks ladies got some awesome ideas now

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    rainbow jelly was a hit at DD's birthday!
    i'll try and think of the other things we did for her bday too and post tomorrow.

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    Type rainbow party into pinterest if you are on there! I am doing a unicorn rainbow theme for DD's 5th in may and there are heaps of ideas on there!!

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    Rainbow Jelly
    Rainbow Biscuits
    Rainbow Cupcakes (I started making these years ago... but recently made them with sour straps as the actual rainbow on top and they were a hit!)
    Rainbow fruit skewers

    You can make fruit loop bracelets/necklaces.

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    Thanks Ladies

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    I saw the most gorgeous rainbow fruit platter on facebook. It was an entire plate with red grapes, orange segments, mango pieces, green grapes, blueberries and watermelon balls laid out like a rainbow with a marshmallow cloud at one end and chocolate coins at the other. Just gorgeous!

    Also, for my twins birthday, I did a rainbow cake with different coloured icing and skittles on top to make the rainbow colours. Skittles on a cake is kinda different but very yum!

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    Thanks Trav

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