Cookie Decorating - 5yr - Decorate Aprons
Devon in Lawton, OK USA
Cookie Decorating Party
My 5 year old wanted to decorate cookies so I made invitations that looked like a receipe card. (ex. List ingredients: You and 6 more people, 1 Birthday girl- Child's Name, Lots of fun and laughter, Colored sprinkles and sugar, Lots of Frosting, A little creativity. Directions: 1. Meet at , Sunday, November 18th, 2:00-4:00 p.m., 2. Roll up your sleeves and gather around the table for fun., 3. Become a baker and put your imagination to work.)
Every baker needs an apron so prior to the party I purchased an apron for each child. I put their names on them. As soon as the guest arrived my daughter greeted them with their apron.
They iced big sugar cookies purchased from Wal-Mart (they were great for icing) with icing and all kinds of toppings. Several adult hands are very helpful! I gave each child 3 cookies to decorate and then put them on a plate to take home.
When the cookies were done the children decorated their aprons. The adults painted several sponges in different colors and let the children stamp their aprons. They loved their creations! (The rubber sponges work the best and make sure to use fabric paint.)
Instead of cake I got a cookie cake with icing. I also thought you could let the children decorate the cookie before eating. They ate cookie and ice cream while the aprons were drying.
Lastly, I purchased one other thing for party favors because Hobby-Lobby had stickers 1/2 price. Therefore, the children had cookies, and apron, a package of baking stickers, and a lot of memories to take home!!
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