MINECRAFT PARTY By Custom Party Time

We are featuring another fantastic MINECRAFT themed party by CustomPartyTime.com!!

The kids were entertained by great food, pictures with their friends, a Gaming Tournament and Free Play MINECRAFT that included 4 players together in their own world, and individual time with the Birthday Boy opening gifts, all captured on film by Custom Party Time!

Check it out and feel free to shop our MINECRAFT Party Goods or contact us for full party planning if you are in our service area!

Custom Invite Boxes by Custom Party Time

Custom Invite Boxes by Custom Party Time

An optional Invite Box contains a different MINECRAFT Cardboard figurine, a chocolate bar with custom wrap and a 4×6 color invitation. Hand deliver and you are sure to set the mood for your upcoming party!

A Table Fit for any MINECRAFT Fan!

A Table Fit for any MINECRAFT Fan!

Check out all the MINECRAFT SUPPLIES HERE!

Game Time!!

Game Time!! Tournament and Free Play allows for multiple player entertainment!!

Photo Back Drop for pictures and the perfect MINECRAFT Cake!

Photo Back Drop for pictures and the perfect MINECRAFT Cake by 4 Blessings Bakery!

A Gaming Tournament and Prizes for Everyone!!

Prizes for Everyone!! Each winner received a trophy and Mario candy.. and every guest received a treat bag packed full of customized candies and toys!

Everyone enjoyed the MINECRAFT Themed Snacks!! The Coal was made by the Birthday Boys Mom and was the biggest HIT!

Everyone enjoyed the MINECRAFT Themed Snacks!! The Coal was made by the Birthday Boys Mom and was the biggest HIT!

Thank you for viewing and we look forward to featuring more parties, please check back for more!

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Party by Custom Party Time – MINECRAFT

Custom Party Time is excited to share an amazing signature party! This was designed exclusive for a special MINECRAFT birthday celebration!  Please share in our excitement and contact us for your very own MINECRAFT experience.

CustomPartyTime.com MINECRAFT Experience Birthday Party!!

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MINECRAFT Experience Birthday Party!!

Invitations were specially designed by Custom Party Time. This was a Double Sided 5×4″ Invitation with party details and a custom designed Double Sided Candy Bar Wrapper. This was enclosed in a velum envelope with green confetti grass.. a must have to set the excitement for the party!

This is two different  MINECRAFT invites. There is the standard card Invite, front and back and Candy Bar Wrapper Invite, front and back.

This is two different MINECRAFT invites. There is the standard card Invite, front and back and Candy Bar Wrapper Invite, front and back.

Walking into the room everyone was excited at the real size pieces of MINECRAFT! We had 6 MINECRAFT pillars, Table Setting and Center Pieces, Photo Backdrop, Party Favors, Candy Buffet, MINECRAFT Team Shirts (green and black) and so much more…

The kids were excited to be "on the set" of MINECRAFT!

The kids were excited to be “on the set” of MINECRAFT!

Lets Party! Steve Favor Bags, Egg Prizes, Custom Lollipops, Custom MINECRAFT T-Shirts, Candy Buffet.. YAY!

Lets Party! Steve Favor Bags, Egg Prizes, Custom Lollipops, Custom MINECRAFT T-Shirts, Candy Buffet.. YAY!

Every party needs a Candy Buffet! All the kids enjoyed making their own candy take home bags with all the signature MINECRAFT delights! Custom Lollipops, Gold, Diamonds, Slime Balls, and more.  Designed MINECRAFT candy bags to fill completed the delicious experience!

Yum! Candy Buffet.. Gold, Slime Balls, and more!

Yum! Candy Buffet.. Gold, Slime Balls, and more!

Last but not least, MINECRAFT Battlefield with their favorite NERF gear! Every guest received a custom designed shirt with their team color, a choice of weapon, and safety glasses.  This was so much fun!!

Custom Designed MINECRAFT Shirts... ready for the battlefield!

Custom Designed MINECRAFT Shirts… ready for the battlefield!

We hope you enjoyed the ideas and click here to contact us for your MINECRAFT experience! Custom Party Time is ready to create your child’s personalized party and let the memories begin, click here.

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Popcorn Relay Race

Popcorn Relay Race
Ages preschooler

Fancy footwork is the ticket to success in this event.

What you’ll need

  • Plastic or paper cups
  • Tack or small nail
  • Thick rubberband
  • Big bag of popcorn
  • Shallow boxes
  • Ruler

How to play

  1. Before the game, find a pair of plastic or paper cups for each team. Then use a tack or a small nail to poke a hole in the center of each cup bottom.
  2. Push one end of a thick rubber band through the hole and into the cup. Slip a paper clip on the end of the band inside the cup, and gently pull the other end until the clip rests on the bottom of the cup. (The rubber band, worn around the ball of the foot, holds the cup in place atop a player’s shoe).
  3. Set two large, shallow boxes 5 yards beyond the starting line, opposite the teams.
  4. Divide participants into teams. Designate one member of each team to be the person who fills up the cups with popcorn. These individuals will stand alongside their teams, behind the starting line.
  5. 1
    Instruct the first person in each team’s line to slip the popcorn-filled cups over their shoes. At the whistle blow, they must sprint to the appropriate box and empty their cups into it, trying to lose as little popcorn as possible along the way.
  6. 2
    Racers run back to tag the next teammate in line and that person must then run to the team box with newly-filled shoe cups.
  7. The relay continues for 2 minutes or until one of the bags is emptied. The popcorn in each box is then measured with a ruler (or by cupfuls). The team with the most is declared the winner.
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Penguin Shuffle

Penguin Shuffle
Ages preschooler

Here’s an amusing indoor race that challenges kids’ balancing skills, penguin style.

What you’ll need

  • Beanbag or Hacky Sack-style footbag

How to play

  1. Have the children stand side by side with their “eggs” (beanbags or Hacky Sack-style footbags) on top of their feet.
  2. Players try to shuffle across the room without dropping their “eggs.” The first one to succeed wins.
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Wall Football

Wall Football

Bring the thrill of the gridiron to your living room wall with this pigskin version of Pin the Tail on the Donkey.

What you’ll need

  • Poster board
  • Brown card stock
  • White opaque paint marker
  • Poster tacks
  • Blindfold

How to play

  1. For the game pieces, first create a goal post from two-inch-wide strips of poster board. (The uprights and the crossbar are each 20 inches long, and the post is 6 inches tall.) We attached ours to the wall using poster tack.
  2. For the footballs, cut 5-inch-long shapes out of brown card stock. We found some in the scrapbook aisle of our craft store that looks like football leather. Use a white opaque paint marker to decorate and add players’ names to the footballs. Put a blob of poster tack on the back of each one.
  3. Players line up about six feet away from the goal. One at a time, each player is blindfolded, spun around three times by another person, and set loose to try to stick their football between the uprights. (No reaching out your empty hand to feel the wall.) Play several rounds with 3 points awarded for each field goal. Highest score wins.
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Might I Bite?

Might I Bite?

This variation on 20 questions has players trying to guess their animal identities. Players: 3 or more

What you’ll need

  • Paper, 1 piece per player
  • Pen
  • Tape

How to play

  1. To get started: Write a type of animal on each piece of paper. Place the papers in a bowl, then have each person pick one and tape it to another player’s forehead without showing that player what it says (you might want to cover your mirrors to prevent peeking!).
  2. To play: Each person asks the others yes-or-no questions (“Do I have fur?” “Do I have horns?”) in an effort to figure out his animal. Keep playing until everyone guesses his identity.
  3. Our testers’ twist: Try other themes, such as cartoon characters, famous people, food, or articles of clothing. Make certain to choose characters or items that everyone will recognize (Grandma might not know who Shrek is).
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Penny Pitch Game

Penny Pitch Game

Few midway games are as simple, or simply addictive, as this. Your tickets get you a fistful of pennies, which you toss one by one onto the game board, trying to land one on any of the colored circles to win a prize.

What you’ll need

  • Large Sheet of Foam Core or Wood
  • Paint or Polka Dot Tablecloth/Wrapping Paper
  • Duct Tape
  • Buckets
  • Dustpan and Broom
  • Pouch
  • A lot of Pennies

How to play

  1. Paint polka dots on a large sheet of form core (edges wrapped in duct tape) or wood, or cover a board with a polka dot tablecloth or wrapping paper.
  2. Set the board on buckets and make a throwing line several feet away.
  3. Give the barker a dustpan and broom for penny collection (and a pouch for penny storage).
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Anything Auction Camp Game

Anything Auction Camp Game

At camp, it’s known as “a game so arbitrary, anyone can win.” Sheer luck determines who garners the most points, and the frenzied collecting never fails to evoke giggle fits.

What you’ll need

  • Old pillowcases or medium garbage bags, one per player
  • Household items
  • Pencil and paper
Helpful Tip:”The trick with the auction was to wear and bring as much junk and useless stuff as possible. We would all go to the gym, and Gary, the director, would call out something like ‘paper clip.’ Whoever had a paper clip would choose a door, and whatever was behind the door they got to keep for their cabin. It could be anything from mothballs to a cruise on a pontoon boat. It was exciting.”

— Hannah D., Camp Birch Knoll, Wisconsin

How to play

  1. To prepare, have the auctioneer secretly make a list of items with randomly assigned point values. For example: writing instrument, 8 points; something with flowers on it, 25 points.
  2. Be sure to include general categories (“something rectangular”), and assign negative points to a few items (“a sharp item, minus 12 points”). You can download our complete list here.
  3. To play, give everyone three minutes to fill their pillowcases with household items, being sure to note areas and types or items that are off-limits (china cabinet, anything on the wall, bedrooms, et cetera).
  4. When the time is up, the auctioneer reads from the list.
  5. If a player has an item, he holds it up to receive credit.
  6. The player with the most points becomes the next auctioneer.
  7. Finally, have kids return their items as quickly as they can. The first player to put everything back gets an extra 10 points toward the next round.
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Duck Foot Relay

Duck Foot Relay
Ages preschooler

With this silly web-footed race, kids can pretend to be ducks and make the most of a rainy day indoors.

What you’ll need

  • Cardboard or foam core
  • Two empty tissue box
  • Glue

How to play

  1. Craft two pairs of webbed feet. To make, draw the outline of a duck foot (about 14 inches from heel to toe) on the cardboard and use a craft knife to cut it out (a parent’s job). Make the matching foot by placing the first one face-side-down on the cardboard and tracing around it. Cut the tissue box into halves and glue them on top of the feet with the box bottom facing up. Paint the feet bright orange or yellow.
  2. To race, divide a group of kids into two teams. On the far side of the room, set up a chair for each side.
  3. The first player from each team, wearing duck feet over his shoes, must circle his team’s chair and return to the starting point while quacking and flapping his arms.
  4. The next child in line puts on the shoes and takes a turn. The first team to finish wins.
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Penguin Games

Penguin Games
Ages preschooler

Hop from feather iceberg to feather iceberg in this game inspired by penguins.

What you’ll need

  • Pillows

How to play

  1. Lay out four to six pillows on a carpeted floor in a single file line.
  2. Have everyone line up single file and take turns hopping from pillow to pillow. They must land with both feet on each ice floe; if they don’t, they are considered to have fallen in the drink and must step aside.
  3. Space the pillows a little farther apart for each new round until all but one penguin, the winner, has been eliminated.
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