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    Naturally Fun Parties for Kids {Review}

    Hello. I’m Adina and I’m a jar collector.  I sometimes keep jars that I think have potential, I just know I can use them for a future project…. but what?   Insert one of my new favorite books {SERIOUSLY} Naturally Fun Parties for Kids.  I absolutely ADORE this book!  Anni Daulter and Heather Fontenot convey the most magical natural ideas for fun children’s parties.  I love that Anni & Heather transport you out of the overly processed cake box, and instead make you think, “How should we use this box”.

    Using your natural resources to create a fun atmosphere may seem like something you think of but tying it all together is another story.  This book is a guide to do just that.

    The pictures in Naturally Fun Parties for Kids are AMAZING!

     Naturally Fun Parties for Kids keeps the Earth Day party rolling all year.  In this book the parties are seasonal—using what is in season and what is around us.  Each season contains three parties.  Anni & Heather have done the guesswork for you, there is a timeline which breaks down the projects & materials you will need.

    Spring Parties

    Egg-Dyeing Spring Garden Party {natural egg dyeing!!! Love!}

    Pancake P.J. Party {yup, it’s unanimous all the kids want to have this party}

    Forest Faerie Dress-up Party {the food at this party is so on my menu!}

    Summer Parties

    Summer Solstice Beach Party {note to self move near beach}

    Natural Spa Party {my 10 year old is all over this 🙂 }

    Strawberry-Picking & Jam-Making Party {you may see this party on the site come June}

     Autumn Parties

    Gratitude Birthday Party {Slap my face why didn’t I think of this party!}

    Wild Girls Tepee Party {a party after this Texas gal’s heart}

    Upcyle Art Party {Already in the works at my house}

     Winter Parties

    Winter Solstice Party {two words beeswax candles}

    Knights and Dragon Quest Party {adorbs!}

    Community Cooking Party {everyone should be having this party!}

    My goodness don’t you think these parties sound amazing?  They are!  The recipes are to die for delish. The flow of this book is wonderful, and having things broken down for the reader to recreate is remarkable.

     Your copy is waiting for you –> Here!

    About the authors:

    Anni Daulter– Is an eco-mama to four children.  Anni has written 3 books previously Organically RaisedIce Pop JoyThe Organic Family CookbookAnni is also the co-founder of Bamboo Magazine.




    Heather Fontenot– Is a mother to three children.  Heather is also the editor of Rhythm of  The Home, and writer for Shivaya Naturals.

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