One thing I always hesitate to do when birthday party time rolls around is to hold the party at my house. As much as I want to have a nice party for my kids, I also don't want the headache of hosting 10-15 of their peers in my small-ish home for 2+ hours! When I saw an ad in a local small newspaper for Ceramic Panic, I knew I had found the perfect solution! Why? Because the ad said that you could hold the party at our local Dunkin Donuts/Baskin Robbins store. I was sold! I arranged to hold the party last Saturday and we had 10 little girls come.
They could choose between a castle, a butterfly or a pony. This is just one of the groups to choose from. She has lots of themes. I chose the "pink" package-- a package fit for a princess!
Learning all about handling the paint and how to select colors, erase mistakes, etc.
Happily painting her butterfly.
Waiting in line to choose their scoop of ice cream from Baskin Robbins. This was part of the package price. I provided the cake-- a large chocolate chip cookie cake at the local grocery store for $7.99. Not bad, not bad at all.
Enjoying ice cream. A good time was had by all-- and no mess to clean up for mama! Which makes me very, very happy.
If you are in the Charlotte area and would like to book a Ceramic Panic party, just click on the link and get started. (I got no compensation for doing this... I just want to support a stay at home mom trying to launch a new business.)
This would also make a great event for groups or even a girls' night out for the moms.