It is quite possible to make an Easter egg pinata very easily yourself. In fact it's a project which children will really enjoy. All you will need to make an Easter egg pinata is a newspaper, water, PVA glue, a balloon, a pin or needle and plenty of paint.
Today is the 448th birthday of Galileo Galilei, the well known scientist, mathematician, writer and astronomer. Most children have a fascination with the stars, planets and space in general, so here are some star themed ideas they'll love.
Modelling balloons can be great fun at parties, but not everyone can transform a single balloon into a perfect scale replica of the Eiffel Tower or a recognisable giraffe. In fact very often people's attempt at a giraffe looks like a poodle and their poodles look like giraffes.
One of the many traditions over the Christmas period is charades. It's a game loved by many families, but often one which comes with a second tradition. The realisation that yet again no one can think of a single charade to do.
The other day I described my preferred method of creating salt dough, and explained how to create your own Christmas decorations with it. Today I'm going to offer a few tips on decorating and finishing the decorations.