Beading Party Activity
Design your own charm necklace and bracelets!
Children will love this unique BEADING PARTY activity experience to make their own jewellery with fun little charms.
This “done for you” party in a box is so easy to set up in a park, your garden or at home around the table, so great for all weather!
Simply take the lids off the pots with beads, lay out the beading boards and accessories and you have the perfect party activity for all ages to keep guests fully engaged and entertained making eco jewellery to wear.
They can even customise their beading board afterwards to extend the activity with crayons or markers, as well as the take home party bags included!
Price is per guest, with a minimum of 5!
This party activity is fun for children to select their beads to make their own unique necklace and bracelet with lovely metal charms. using wooden beads and waxed cord for the necklaces and elastic for the bracelets to be able to easily pop them over their heads or onto their wrists.
The bead board prevents the beads from rolling everywhere and allows children to make their design first before they start threading.
Adults may have to to lend a helping hand to tie the knots at the end.
After beading, guests can personalise their beading board and take home bags, then pop boards and necklaces and bracelets into their bags if they are not worn straight away!
So creative, and fun to make and create their own designs.
– Wooden beading boards
– Wooden beads
– Metal charms
– Cord for necklaces
– Elastic for bracelets
– Kraft pots of beads with lids
– Kraft bags – to take everything home in
– Instructions of how to set up the party
Our kits are not suitable for children under 3 as they contains small parts.
We always recommend adult supervision at all times and for children to be 3 years and over.
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