Plant A Flower Party
Get ready to bloom! Whether you’re celebrating Plant A Flower Day on March 12, preparing for all the prettiness of spring, or just want to throw a little party for your kids or your students that educates as well as delights, this is the perfect choice! So grab the kiddos, get creative, get your hands dirty, and enjoy the results for hopefully many more springs to come!
- Balloon Time Helium Tank
- Yellow, white and gold eco-friendly balloons
- Natural string or raffia
- Flower seeds for planting and packets for decoration
- Glue gun
- Clay pots
- Paints and paintbrushes
- Assortment of plants of your choosing
- Potting mix, container and watering can
- Jars for seeds (tip: you can repurpose empty jars of spaghetti sauce!
- Fill your jar or jars with seeds, set up your paints, plants, seeds, potting mix and table spread.
- Cut five lengths of your string or raffia in preparation for your balloons.
- Inflate the nametag balloons with your Balloon Time Helium Tank, tie them off and attach them to their respective areas.
- Using your black marker, write the name of each “party ingredient” on its corresponding balloon.
- Cut two long lengths of string for your two statement balloon flowers. Inflate each of the four white balloons first, fastening the string to each one as you go to form your flower petals. From here, inflate your yellow balloon and fasten to the center of the flower to complete it. Rinse and repeat!
- To create your flower seed bunting, unravel a length of string (you can cut it off later), and glue the reverse side of your seed packets to the string, leaving a little tail room for hanging. Cut from roll of string once done and hang on the wall behind your party area.
Note: Adult supervision is required when using balloons. Please read all warnings and precautions on the Balloon Time carton.