Minecraft Party book

Minecraft Party Book

Every parent wants to make their child’s birthday party one to remember. If your child is a Minecraft fan, this book will help you do exactly that. We have the whole party process covered. From sending out the invites, to preparing the food, dreaming up games and activities, and even sending the thank you notes at the end, we’ll explain how to give everything that special Minecraft touch. We know that there are plenty of websites out there selling entire Minecraft party packs for hundreds of pounds. But we’ll show you how to achieve an even better look for a fraction of the cost. Likewise, most of the games and activities will cost no more than a few pounds in equipment, potentially saving you even more money on hiring an entertainer or a DJ. We have enough ideas to keep the kids busy through even the longest of parties!

Land:
United Kingdom
Språk:
English
Utgiver:
Dennis Publishing UK
Hyppighet:
One-off
kr 29,72

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1 min
welcome

Every parent wants to make their child’s birthday party one to remember. If your child is a Minecraft fan, this book will help you do exactly that. We have the whole party process covered. From sending out the invites, to preparing the food, dreaming up games and activities, and even sending the thank you notes at the end, we’ll explain how to give everything that special Minecraft touch. As a parent myself, I’m all too aware of how the bills quickly rack up for children’s parties. That’s why everything we’ve done here is as budget-conscious as possible. We know, for example, that there are plenty of websites out there selling entire Minecraft party packs for hundreds of pounds. But we’ll show you how to achieve an even better look for a fraction…

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3 min
design your own party invite

Designing your own party invites might seem like a job best left to the professionals. However, it’s dead easy to make your own A5 invites using basic, everyday software such as Microsoft Word – and we’re going to show you how. We’re not only going to reveal how you can give your invites a Minecraft-themed background that Minecraft fans will instantly recognise, we’ll also show you how to install a free Minecraft font that will really add impact to your invite. You will also discover how to make a generic invite design, on which you can simply write the names of the guests once you’ve printed them out. You could go a step further and print individually named invites for each of the guests – simply replace the line of dots in…

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3 min
3d creeper invite

Everyone loves being invited to a party, even more so when the invitation itself is something special! In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to make a 3D creeper head invite. It’s an invite with a real wow factor, and immediately lets the birthday boy or girls’ friends know that the party will be Minecraft themed. The invite doesn’t only have impact, it’s a great craft project in itself, and it isn’t that difficult or expensive to make. To help us get the 3D model of the creeper’s head, we’re going touse a cheap app that’s available in the major mobile app stores. Then to add the text detailing – the time and date of the party and other key details – we’ll use a free piece of PC software. The only…

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3 min
email invites

All the invites we’ve produced so far have required some handiwork. But not everyone has time to make a dozen or more party invites by hand. If you can’t spare the time, but still want to send themed, special invites to all of your guests, then email services are just the ticket! The email service we’re going to show you how to use has Minecraft-themed templates, so you can still get guests in the mood for the big day. And using our email service has other big advantages, too! Each email invite allows guests to confirm whether they are attending at the touch of a button. That means you can log onto the website and see precisely who’s coming and who isn’t, as soon as they reply. No waiting for replies inthe…

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3 min
access-all-area badges

Everyone likes to feel important, especially party guests. So why not give your partygoers the VIP treatment and print them a personalised name badge? Name badges don’t only make the guest feel special, they’re a real help for parents and other party helpers on the day, since it isn’t always easy to remember every child’s name. The badges can also be used to help split the partygoers into teams for party games, or to identify those with special dietary requirements when it comes to dishing out the food! Making the badges requires some preparation, but it isn’t costly. The only expense is thelanyards (which can be bought cheaply on sites such as Amazon) and the printer ink. The design itself is completedusing free software that can be downloaded on any Windows PC. The…

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4 min
ice-breaker games

NAME STICKER HUNT Here’s a great game to get the party started and make sure everyone – including parents – gets to know everybody else’s name. ▪ Before the party, write the name of all the guests on sheets of plain green stickers or labels. On two of the name stickers, also draw or write something Minecraftrelated, such as cobblestone block, pickaxe or creeper. ▪ Once everyone has arrived, taken off their coats and dropped off their presents, get everyone tosit on the floor. Then get a parent to shout out a letter of the alphabet, and tell everyone who’s got a name beginning with that letter to jump to their feet. Call out all the names beginning with that letter, and get them to collect their name sticker. Quietly tell the people…

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