Art Birthday Party for Children
You only need 2 Children
to schedule a private 2 hour
You Pick the Day, Time and Art Activity.
All materials are included in the cost.
You only pay for the children participating in the art activity.
Plan a Private Art Class or Party Contract – Download PDF
Minimum age for children’s parties is first grade. Younger children can participate in a family group art party, however the parents are responsible for the child’s actions. Our ideal maximum group size is 12, however larger groups can be accommodated.
Parties run 2 hours, allowing for everyone time to complete the art project, have cake and open gifts. If the children race through eating cake and opening presents we have a few games and activities we can bring out to fill the time before the children are picked up.
The time for the art activity varies (60-90 minute) based on the age of the children and complexity of the chosen activity. We are happy to assist you in choosing the best art activity for your group, based on age, number of participants, and interests. Please feel free to come in with your ideas and we will try to accommodate you.
Parents supply the birthday cake, along with any additional items such as ice cream, beverages, party plates and napkins.
We set up the party area, run the art activity, help with timing of the party and clean up the mess.
We believe it is important that your child knows that “you are the one to thank for making your child’s birthday party special”, we our there to run the art activity and help out when needed.
Here are a few of our most popular art activities for a children's birthday party, however please feel free to come in with your ideas and we will try to accommodate you. The time for the art activity varies (60-90 minute) based on the age of the children and complexity of the chosen activity.
Painting on canvas board is our most popular art activies.
Creating with model magic air-dried clay. Children have fun making a wide variety of color by mixing together red, blue or yellow clay together to create unique decorative boxes, refrigerator magnets and pins.
Building hand puppets or dragon masks out of construction paper.
For more adventurous art activities consider working with paper mache. . .
. . . or learning more about printingmaking, such as monoprinting or making your own printing plate and using it to print your own cards