Totally Nautical Kids' Birthday Party
This kids' party is a boatload of fun.
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Set the Sea Scene
Whether you’re right on the beach or landlocked, you can give your party an air of the high seas. Opt for a palette of blue and white with touches of red and lots and lots of stripes. Stringing up a garland of nautical-style flags keeps things fun and festive. Galvanized metals and natural rope and twine echo the accoutrements of a ship. Start by recycling cans: Wash, remove the label and dry each can. Then dab a dot of hot glue at the base of the can and press twine to secure; next wrap the twine all the way up to the top rim, where you can secure it with another spot of glue. A piece of grosgrain ribbon finishes the look. If you have seashells, starfish or other beach-y accessories on hand, bring them out to add to the party’s atmosphere.
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