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Winnie the Pooh Party IdeasWinnie the Pooh

Do the antics of Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and Tigger make your little one giggle with glee? Have a honey of a party for your Pooh-loving boy or girl with our Winnie the Pooh Party Ideas! Turn your garden into the Hundred Acre Wood for an afternoon of fun Pooh-inspired food, games and crafts!

Splendiferous Supplies

Cut large trees out of brown and green construction paper and paste them to the walls of the party area. For added effect, write the name of one guest on each tree to make each of your child's friends feel special. Cut out the shape of bees and butterflies out of construction paper and draw on the details with felt-tip markers. Hang these from the ceiling using fishing line. Buy a large clay pot from your local craft store and paint it brown. Add yellow paint to the top to resemble honey and use this "honey pot" as a centerpiece. Fill it with flowers, or attach a few balloons to rim. Set out Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, and other stuffed animals that your child already owns. Group them together and set them on chairs, couches or other places throughout the party space.

Serve cream soda with silly straws and label it "honey dew". Make a veggie tray full of carrots, baby corn, snap peas, celery, and cherry tomatoes and mark it with a sign that says, "From Rabbit's Garden". Lay out blue licorace whips and label them "Eeyore Tails". Serve "piglets in a blanket" by baking hot dogs in crescent roll dough. Make a Winnie the Pooh cake by baking a round cake and setting two cupcakes at the top for ears. Frost everything in yellow icing and use black decorator icing to draw on the details.

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Sticker Party Packs

KIDS LOVE STICKERS!! JorSam’s D.I.Y. Winnie the Pooh Licensed Sticker Money Box Pack is a great arts & crafts activity for children to do at parties, a fun gift for kids to keep and a useful party pack. The stickers sheets can be used to decorate your money box. Each money box is 9.5cm high and 7.5cm in diameter. The plastic lids have money slot and are removable. You can choose from 5 different colours - red, blue, yellow, green and pink.

Bouncin' Fun

Pin the Tail on Eeyore: This gloomy Gus is forever losing his tail. Set up this fun party game and have your blindfolded guests try to reattach it for Eeyore.

Honey Pot Drop: Give each child 10 gummy bears. Have the child stand on a chair (with adults on either side to supervise) and set the 'honey pot" directly beneath them in front of the chair. Have the child try to drop as many of his or her gummy bears as possible into the pot below. Whoever gets the most gummy bears into the pot wins!

Bouncing Tigger Race: Give each guest a pillowcase and have them step into it. Use spray paint if playing outside, and masking tape if playing inside, to mark a starting line and ending line several yards apart. When you say 'Go!" the guest start to hop like Tigger toward the finish line. Whoever makes it there first wins! (For added effect, play Tigger's famous 'bouncy" song as the children compete!)

How Many Bees in the Jar?
Before the Party:
Fill a glass jar with yellow and black jelly beans. (Remember to count the jelly beans as you place them in the jar, so you know how many are included.)
During the Party: As your guests arrive, ask them to take a guess at how many 'bees" are in the jar. Whoever comes closest to the actual number of jelly beans wins!

Pooh & Friends Paper Bag Puppets: Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and Piglet, too! Using simple templates, cardstock and three paper bags, bring all of the fun of the Hundred Acre Wood right into your home.

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