The more dinosaurs, the better, – this is the motto of any birthday party with the ‘dino’ theme. Here are 5 simple and budget-friendly options to easily decorate a table at a dino party and immerse the kids in the atmosphere of the Jurassic period. A volcano with cutlery, a dinosaur-shaped napkin holder will surprise the little guests at a themed birthday party. Boys will also appreciate a dinosaur from a dollar tree-like store, turned into a tray for sweets. And, of course, dinosaur eggs made with your own hands, can be a great decoration for a candy bar at a themed birthday party, you can put candies, cookies or even small gifts for children into them. And drinking juice from a dispenser, which is very reminiscent of Triceratops will be much more fun for little dinosaurs!
A Dinosaur Plate
Take a dinosaur toy and saw it into two parts. Cover both piece, a plastic plate and a jar lid with white primer.
Let them all dry and then paint the lid and the plate in bright yellow, and the dinosaur in purple.
Take your dino body and hot glue a plastic plate on top of it and the legs of the dino – to the lid.
Hot glue the head on top the plate and add some cookies or other sweets.
A Nest From Dino Eggs
Blow up some balloons, cut a newspaper into many strips.
Attach these strips to a balloon with water covering it completely and attach another layer of newspaper to the balloon with white glue at once. Then attach one more layer, this time of tissues or paper towels. Let the piece dry – you may hang it on a wooden chopstick.
. In 24 hours remove the balloon and cut out some triangles in your paper piece so that it reminded of an egg. Cover the future egg with white primer and let it dry for a couple of hours
Decorate as you like – painting, adding colorful spots and in many other ways you like.
After the egg dries, place it on straw or hay and fill with candies like M&Ms or crackers.
A Dinosaur Dispenser For Drinks
Draw and cut out a triceratops head of yellow colored paper.
Add horns of white paper; cut out a strip of yellow paper to hold the head and glue it to the head using a glue stick.
Put the head on your drink tank and secure it with the strip. Add eyes to the tank itself and don’t forget the horns.
A Dinosaur Napkin Holder
Stencil a usual napkin holder on cardboard like you see it in the vid and add ‘legs’ to each stencil, draw a tail and a head
Cut all the pieces out
Make a cover for the body using scrapbook paper you like – stencil each part on it and cut it out, and all the other elements can be stenciled and cut out of usual colored paper. Glue them all to each other, so that the cardboard was inside and paper outside. Add a combo, horns and eyes all cut out of colored paper.
Stencil and cut out holes for the legs in the lower part. Insert the body parts into the cuts, do the same for the tail and head.
Add napkins and voila!
A Volcano Cutlery Holder
Paint two paper sheets in brown – create a combo of dark and lighter shades to make your volcano look more natural.
Paint the edge of a plastic cup in brown and when they all dry, wrap the plastic cup with these sheets of paper.
Form two cones of paper and secure them with a stapler, then insert one into another to cover the cup completely.
Draw lava with red and yellow paints.
When the piece dries, just add cutlery and voila!
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