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Have a fun Cat Themed Birthday Party
Does your child love cats? Does your child pretend they're a cat? Mine sure did. We often played Mrs. and Miss Cat. I was Mrs. Cat and she played Miss Cat.
She would have loved a cat themed birthday party. I wish I had thought of it then! So I made this page for all the many cat lovers out there that would love this very theme. Here you''ll find various kinds of cat ideas and supplies for your special cat themed birthday party.
The apron to the right has already been colored in. I colored it in with paint markers, and also did some outlining over top the original lines. It comes with the outline design pre-printed on it.
You can see the unpainted Cat Apron here. The cat apron can be a fun painting activity for older kids. They can be painted in with acrylic paint markers for a less mess painting activity. The yellow background color that you may see, is just from the lighting.
Image credit for the photo is to Cheryl Paton, the author of this page, a.k.a. CherylsArt on Zazzle.
It's a good idea to mail out the invitations 2 weeks before the party.
That will allow time for them to get there, and for your guests to respond.
These Cat and Kitty Birthday Party Invitations - are to be filled in by hand.
This simple drawing looks like a cute idea that will work for a variety of ages.
A cat is sitting on the dog's head. A little mouse or gerbil is standing on the floor and is holding a purple balloon. The text reads, You're invited to Come Celebrate.
Does your child like big cats?
This pretty tiger invitation can work great for kids who like big cats, and also for parties that are zoo themed.
The easy to customize text is printed on the back with your party details.
There are matching, customizable, plates and paper napkins in CherylsArt store at Zazzle.com.
Is your child a Hello Kitty fan?
Hello Kitty is a popular cat character that is a favorite among girls of many ages.
This invitation set includes a plastic tablecloth, plates and napkins, cups, and bags for party favors.
Hello Kitty Birthday Party Kit - to decorate the table.
Each party pack includes 16 invitations, a plastic table cover, 16 dessert plates, 16 dinner plates, 16 beverage napkins, and 16 luncheon napkins.
16 paper cups and 16 loot bags
Cat Themed Birthday Activity Ideas
Serving Individual Cat Cakes can also be a Fun Birthday Party Activity.
You can supply the icing and shredded coconut to make fur; and M&Ms for the collar, eyes, and nose. You can also include strips of black licorice for whiskers.
Each child can decorate and enjoy eating their own cat cake.
I let kids decorate their own cookies one year, at a birthday party, and they really enjoyed that. It was like having a painting activity that they could eat afterwards! : )
It will probably be easier to bake this little individual cakes the day before the party, so that they have plenty of time to cool.
Have the kids play Hide and Seek, cat style.
The person who is counting is the parent cat, and she or he has to go and find their kittens. Their kittens may purr or meow from time to time, or may be asleep.
My daughter loved playing cat games like this when she was a kid. She loved losing and finding "her kittens."
Play Find Ziggy the Black Cat - for a birthday party activity.
Hide Ziggy, the black cat, and have the kids search for it. Hide it somewhere a real cat might hide.
Whoever find the cat can be the next one to hide it.
Or just have each child take a turn at hiding the cat while the other kids have their eyes closed.
The child that hid the cat can meow to let them know if anyone is getting close to finding the little critter.
Dress up as Cats - Give your party guests a cat face. - Ears can be added for more cat fun.
If you would like to provide simple ears, you can glue triangle pieces of felt onto stretchy head bands.
For a simple face, you can use face paint and draw on a nose and a few whiskers.
When my daughter was a kid, she and her best friend used to often play dress up. They loved donning some feathers or whatever to engage in activities of make believe.
For more fancy ideas, you can check out this face decorating kit.
Share in good cat vibes.
Have the kids do a circle time of, You're purr-fect because..., sharing something they like about each one in the circle.
This would be a fun winding down activity, and also one that encourages good feelings before the party ends.
Have some coloring fun!
Young kids love to color, especially if they each get their own coloring book. Below is a choice of coloring books for younger kids and older kids.