Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Colour-In Your Easter Party with Eggnogg


unique party ware, colour-in sheets, Easter party craft




















While organising the Easter party, I was introduced to a fantastic party range that the children can colour-in themselves by Eggnogg. I absolutely love the idea and their designs too! They have kindly offered a lovely selection of their products for us to use at our party!


unique party ware, colour-in sheets, Easter party craft

unique party ware, colour-in sheets, Easter party craft

















They've sent us a Colour-in Party Invites for Girls (£6.50) that includes 12 party invites and 12 thank you post cards that can be coloured either by the party host or the ones who are being invited. The designs are gorgeous and very easy to colour-in and they are so special! I started colouring-in a flower design (I love it!) and Abby couldn't resist 'helping' out and at the end took over the card!

As it was a party amongst the family, we didn't send out the invites but we included an un-coloured Thank You card in each party bag for the kids to colour-in themselves. A Thank You card and colour-in sheet in one!


unique party ware, colour-in sheets, Easter party craft

unique party ware, colour-in sheets, Easter party craft

unique party ware, colour-in sheets, Easter party craft
















The other fantastic product they've sent us was their Colour-in Easter-time Tablecloth (pack of 2 for £11.99). The tablecloth was really big (1000 x 890mm), giving each child enough room to colour their own corner without elbows and knees everywhere. There was no co-ordination between the kids' colouring but the end result was really impressive! If it's 100% fully coloured I'd say that it's worth a spot on the wall as a big piece of Art! The paper is thick enough to be used as a proper tablecloth, but honestly speaking, would you?!


unique party ware, colour-in sheets, Easter party craft











We've also received a Colour-in Fairy Wings, Tiara and Necklace Fancy Dress pack (£4.99), but the children were all tired after the Easter egg hunt and colouring, we decided to let Abby keep the Fancy Dress pack and colour it in during the actual Easter holidays. What impressed me was the idea of colouring it in youself and then cut it out to make it into a fancy dress! I am more than happy to colour this in myself! Perhaps I'll do this together with Abby, our mother and daughter little project!


Apart from the above, they also do colour-in buntings, hats and bags, stickers and wrapping paper, etc. You can really make some unique party things out from their products! Do give them a follow on Twitter and Facebook for updates and giveaways!


Disclosure: We were sent the above for our party to try; all opinions are honest and our own