Paint Artist Birthday Party Printables
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Paint Brushes- Just make some rice krispy treats and stick a colored popsicle stick down in them on the sides. Add some colored frosting on the tips like you actually dipped it in paint. These will look like paint brushes dipped in wet paint. Color the frosting if you want certain colors. We have a "Paint Brushes" food tent card available down below.
Paint Cans- Fill some clear see through bucket containers that look like paint cans with candy or other treats. We have a "Paint Cans' food tent card below.
Splatter Foods- Take any food and splatter it with different colors of edible paint to make it look like an artist had been there. Take some oreos and splatter different colors on the cookies. We have a food tent card that say's "Splatter" on it for you to print out.
Paint Palette Cookies- Make some sugar cookies and use a heart cookie cutter to punch out heart shaped cookies. Then cut the bottom of the heart off a little to make it a little more round looking and then use something round to punch a tiny circle out in the corner of the heart to make it look just like a paint palette. Once baked then just outline the cookie and the punched out hole and then flood the cookie with hard drying icing. Add some different color paint splatters to the paint palette. We have a food tent card that say's "Paint Palettes" down below to print.
Art Easel- Buy tiny wooden tabletop easel props and add pop tarts to the stands. Or you could make cookies that are squares and sling edible icing on the cookie for a paint splatter effect.
Paint Balls- Buy white powdered donut holes and stick tiny water color paint brushes into each one. I have a food tent card that say's "Paint Balls" available down below. You could also do Popcorn Balls the same way. Just stick the water color paint brushes down in the popcorn balls. You could splatter some edible paint on the popcorn balls and the print out our "Popcorn Balls" food tent card out down below.
Paint Chips- Fill a large bowl with your favorite type of chips and print out our "Paint Chips" food tent card out and prop up next to the chips.
Color Wheels- Fill a container with very large colorful rainbow colored swirl suckers.
Paint Blobs- Buy some candy buttons or candy dots that are on a strip of paper and put in see through plastic paint can container.
Paint Palette Cupcakes- Just print our paint palette cupcake toppers out and tape a toothpick to the back and stick down in cupcakes.
Paint Palette French Fry Box- Print and cut them out and tape them together. Make sure pritn on card stock so they hold up well. Add some color tissue paper to the box and then add some treats in the box.
Paint Palette Cone Holders- Print the paint palette birthday hat out and cut it out. Glue the edges together using hot glue or tape. Fill the cones with cotton candy or some other treat.
Paint Drinks- Just print the paint palette water bottle templates out and tape on water bottles. Let kids add their own kool aid flavored drink powder to their water.
Paint Palette Sandwiches- Just make some sandwiches like bologna, cheese, or ham sandwiches and cut them into little triangles and stack onto a platter. Stack the sandwiches kind of like a pyramid and then print our Paint Palette cupcake toppers out and use one of those to tape a toothpick to the back of and stick down in one of the sandwiches at the top of the pile.
Cheese Paint Ball And Crackers- Add a cheese ball and some crackers to a plate and use one of the paint palette cupcake toppers to stick in the cheese ball. Or you could do just cubes of cheese on a platter and stick a paint palette cupcake topper down in each cube of cheese.
Decoration Prop Ideas:
Art Studio- Set up a station area for kids to get their face painted on. Do some really cool art or do art splatter on their skin using a stencil. Spray their hair with color hairspray using stencils to make neat shapes. Add gel glitter to their faces to make them sparkle!
Art Photo Booth- Set up a booth for kids hold up photo both signs and take their pictures. Decorate your photo booth to match your art party. Make a large sign that say's "Creative Artists" to add to the front of your booth. We have a paint palette photo booth sign you can print and cut out and tape a stick to the back of it. You could laminate it to make it hold up better. Let the kids hold the paint palette cutout photo booth sign when taking pictures.
Paint Palette Banner- You could print out our 3 Flag Bunting Banner along with the large 8.5x11 Paint Palette (photo booth prop) and turn this into a banner. Print 4 Large Paint Palette's and then print 1 sheet of the 3 flag banners out and cut them out. Laminate if you have a laminate. Then punch a hole in the top of each flag banner and the paint palettes. Run some ribbon through it and hang up.
Paint Palette Birthday Hats- Just print off our paint palette birthday hat and cut out. Tape or hot glue the hat together. Make sure you print on cardstock. Punch a hole in each side of the hat and run some stretchy cording through it for the kids to wear. You could always use these a decorations too.
Paint Palette Cutouts- Just print out our paint palette cupcake toppers and tape them to anything you want like water bottles, snack bowls, drink dispenser's, gift bags, cups, popcorn bags, etc.
Art Punch Box- Make a giant punch box and decorate with paint splatter. Just make a really large box using cardboard and cutout some circles in the board. Cover the back of the circle with really thin colorful tissue paper. Just tape it in the back. Add numbers to each tissue paper using a marker. Have the kids line up and each kid gets a turn to pick which tissue covered hole they want to punch through. They get the prize that is associated with the number. You could do suckers or candy as prizes.
Pin The Paint Brush On The Paint Palette- Print out our 8.5x11 Paint Palette photo booth prop pic. Use a tiny skinny watercolor paint brush to add some sticky tape to the back so the kids can pin on the palette. Just blind fold them and spin them around about 2 times and let them try to get the paintbrush on the palette. If they get it then give them a special prize. If they don't get it then give them a sucker for trying.
Toss The Paint Brush In The Paint Can- Decorate a large can to make it look like a paint can. Have them stand behind a line and toss the paint brush seeing if they can get it into the bucket.