Powerpuff Girl -3yr- Paper Powerpuff Puppets
Melissa in Lewisburg, West Virginia U.S.A.
Powerpuff Girl Party - 3 yr. old
Games/Activities - I used Powerpuff Girl wrapping paper to make "puppets" for the kids. I cut out each Girl and decoupaged it to the bottom of a brown lunch bag for the puppet. I made a few of all three Powerpuff girls so the kids could pick their favorite one. I then put on a short puppet show using various puppets but I did have Powerpuff bath mits that worked great.
I also made a PPG Bean Bag / Ball Toss. On a large piece of wood with holes cut in it, I painted a background and decoupaged the Powerpuff girls (from the wrapping paper, etc.) around each hole with assigned point values.
Cake - I used a flower shaped cake pan and decorated it in bright colors. I actually bought the little Powerpuff Girls from the grocery store bakery to sit on the cake but I could have just used some of my daughter's little PPG toys. I always use the individual size ice cream containers for a kid's party.
They are not as messy and the kids like them. I decorated in the PPG colors of pink, yellow, and blue. Again I used the wrapping paper by decoupaging the pictures of the girls to old file folders or poster board and cut them out after they dried. This made them less flimsy and I taped them around as decorations.
Treat bags were filled with snacks like crackers, gummies, juice boxes, etc. and PPG noisemakers. I gave each child a hula hoop as a gift (summer party).