Creative Ideas for Memorable Birthday Parties for Children of All Ages
Fun Crafts That Will Keep Your Guests Entertained
It seems like most kid’s birthday parties are generic and boring. This great video offers some fun and inexpensive ideas of how to make your child’s birthday one to remember.
I love how she has creative ideas for all different age groups. I think my favorite idea is for the invitations. By writing the invitation out with white crayon on printer paper, you can pass them out with a colored marker. The invited guest will have fun revealing the message when they use the marker to color over the white crayon.
All these ideas would make for a great birthday party. The only thing you would need to make it better is a bounce house or cotton candy machine!
Customer Wants to Make Sure His Order is Heard LOUD and CLEAR
Did He Think His Order from McDonald’s was Wrong?
I wonder if the McDonald’s cashier realized that the driver was using a megaphone to place his order thru the Drive-thru. He says he wanted to make sure they heard his order correctly! I bet the cashier’s ears who took the order were hurting from how loud the man was speaking.
My favorite part was when he said he ordered the Big and Tasty, and he says it was neither Big or Tasty.
I wonder why he through the food out at the end. Was it because he thought they spit in it?
An Unconventional Bounce House that is Made Entirely of Trampolines
Bounce houses are usually a fun pass time for children– unless you are talking about a bounce house like the one featured in this great video! This looks like it would be fun for the young and old alike (unless you are really really old).
I love watching this video and seeing how the boy does countless back flips almost effortlessly. I am sure that it has taken a lot of practice. I wonder if he ever hit his head on one of the padded dividers. Yikes!
I wonder if you could ever rent a bounce house this big!?
P.S. I wouldn’t try any of these tricks on your trampoline at home!