Everything You Need To Plan An Epic Safari Themed Party

Do you have a wild animal lover who wants a safari party for their next big event? We have everything you need for the perfect party! Take your guests on an imaginary safari just by walking into your party! We have invitations, party supplies, decorations, food, cake, games, and activities ideas you won't want to miss!

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Let's start with invitations:

  1. Safari Party Invitations & Envelopes: Invite your friends to your jungle adventure with these Safari Party Invitations & Envelopes. Invitations have vibrant printing on both sides with line prompts to tell your guests where and when. Envelopes do have a lick and stick adhesive to seal. Just fill out all your party information and let the beautiful invite get your guests excited for their next adventure!
  2. Snake Party Invitations: Invite your friends to your Safari event with these Snake Party Invitations & Envelopes. Invitations have vibrant green snake-themed printing on both sides with line prompts to tell your guests where and when for the party. Envelopes do have a lick and stick adhesive to seal.

1. Decorations & Partyware

Create a safari feel at your party with all the tips below. Some are DIY ideas, but don't be intimidated because we have plenty of options you can purchase and use to decorate in one simple step that don't require making from scratch.

Safari Backdrop

Photo from: printandparty.com

Gather green, black, and brown colored streamers to hang vertically from the top of the wall. Then use hanging pom poms for the top of the backdrop so you can't see where the streamers begin. Pinup balloons on the corners of the display so that you can't see where the streamer ends and it adds another touch of fun!

  1. Safari Standard Party Pack: Explore the jungle with these Safari Party Standard Party Packs! Each pack includes the paper tableware needed to serve up to 16 guests. Pack comes with dinner plates, dessert plates, lunch napkins, and cups. You'll have everything you need in one easy pack!
  2. Safari Party Dinner Plates: Your guests will go bananas over these awesome Safari Party Dinner Plates! These fun paper plates measure 9" and feature some jungle favorites like giraffes, elephants, lions, and monkeys.
  3. Safari Party Dessert Plates: Your tasty treats are sure to create a roar when you use these Safari Party Dessert Plates! Each paper plate measures about 7" across and feature an adorable giraffe and lion hiding behind jungle plants.
  4. Safari Party Cups: Keep your jungle friends hydrated on their safari adventure with our Safari Party 9oz Cups! These fun paper cups hold up to 9 ounces of hot or cold beverages.
  5. Safari Party Lunch Napkins: Don't forget to clean up after the party animals with these Safari Party Lunch Napkins! These fun paper napkins are sturdy for your convenience to clean up any wild messes your guests are sure to make.

 

  1. Leopard Print Dinner Plates: Leopard Print Dinner Plates are great for a safari party. These sturdy paper plates measure 9 inches.
  2. Leopard Print Cups: Keep your animal friends hydrated with our Leopard Print 9oz Cups that come in eight per package!
  3. Leopard Print Dessert Plates: Serve your jungle themed treats on our awesome Leopard Print Dessert Plates. These sturdy paper plates measure 7 inches.
  4. Leopard Print Lunch Napkins: Clean up after your animal friends with our fierce Leopard Print Lunch Napkins!

We have lots of table cover options! A table cover can totally transform any table, so these make great purchases for your party! Match your table covers or get one of each for a variety!

See below:

  1. Leopard Print Table Covers: These cool plastic table covers feature our fun all-over leopard print pattern. The covers are perfect for inside or outside use! Decorate your party tables quickly and easily with the help of our fun party table covers. Each cover measures 54" x 108", the perfect size for your party tables.
  2. Zebra Stripe Table Covers: Zebra Stripe Table Covers are a fun way to decorate your safari or zebra themed party! These sturdy plastic table covers measure 54in x 108in.
  3. Forest Path Table Covers: Our fun 54-inch Forest Path Table Covers feature a cool dirt path surrounded by trees that any safari lover will flip for! Put the food on the forest path and let the guests walk alongside the "trees" as they serve themselves.
  4. Tiger Stripe Table Covers: Tiger Stripe Table Covers are a roaring way to celebrate your safari or tiger themed party! The measurements are 54in x 108in.
  1. Safari Party Latex Balloons: Get ready for a fun time at your party knowing that your party theme will look great with our Safari Party Latex Balloons! When inflated, they measure 11". Keep in mind that these balloons require air or helium to inflate them. Don't forget to add these to your displays and also to put some outside the venue so your guests can be sure they are at the right place!
  2. Safari Door Sign: Each sturdy paper sign measures 12in x 18in and can be hung outdoors or indoors with tacks or tape. They are a great option to hang on a door to welcome guests to the jungle!
  3. Safari Party Banner: Each sturdy paper banner measures 7 feet long and can be hung outdoor or indoor with tacks or tape. The sign reads "Happy Birthday" with several adorable animal images located on the edges, and is sturdy enough for reuse. When the party's over, simply wrap up and store in a dry place to use for next time!
  4. Safari Party Sign: Each sturdy paper sign measures 18in x 12in and can be hung outdoors or indoors with tacks or tape.

2. Food

There are tons of classic party food ideas that most hosts make, but the best and most "stand-out" foods are the ones that fit your party theme! Remember, you can do a lot with a simple food label, so you don't have to go all out! You can take basic snack foods and have them be "on-theme" by writing a fun food title on the label.

Here are some examples:

Vines = veggie staws

Twigs = pretzel sticks

Tiger treats = cheetos

Jungle juice = lemonade

Elephant snacks = peanuts

Snakes = gummy worms

Mud bath = chocolate fountain

Dried Ants = Craisins or raisins

Zebra Cakes

Photo from: frogprincepaperie.com

These are so simple but look great! Buy some Little Debbie zebra cakes, put them on the end of a stick and then place in a vase! This makes a cute safari-like display! You can even go a step further and wrap the vase in an animal print paper.

Photo from: sixcleversisters.com

Ingredients for cookies:

  • 3 cups all-purpose flour
  • 3/4 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 1 tablespoon milk
  • Powdered sugar, for rolling out the dough

Instructions:

  1. Sift together flour, baking powder, and salt and then set aside.
  2. Put butter and sugar in a large bowl and then use a mixer to beat the ingredients together. You will know it's ready when the mixture is light in color.
  3. Add egg and milk to the butter and sugar mixture and beat to combine.
  4. Next comes flour! Add flour a little bit at a time and make sure the mixer is on low speed.
  5. Divide the dough in half, wrap in waxed paper, and refrigerate for 2 hours.
  6. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  7. When it's time to roll out the dough, sprinkle the countertop surface with powdered sugar.
  8. Remove one wrapped pack of dough from the refrigerator, and roll out dough to 1/4-inch thick.
  9. As you move the dough around, frequently check underneath to make sure the dough is not sticking.
  10. Once the dough is rolled out, cut the dough into the desired shape.
  11. Place at least 1-inch apart on a greased baking sheet, parchment, or silicone baking mat.
  12. Bake for 7 to 9 minutes or until cookies begin to brown around the edges.
  13. Let cookies sit on baking sheet for 2 minutes after removal from oven.
  14. Move cookies to a cooling wire rack.
  15. Serve the cookies plain or ice the cookies as desired. Do not ice until cookies have completely cooled. (Store in airtight container for up to 1 week).

While your cookies are cooling, prepare this simple Buttercream Frosting:

  • 1 cup butter
  • 1 cup shortening
  • 2 tsp. vanilla
  • 8 cups powdered sugar
  • 4 Tbs. milk
  • Beat butter and shortening with an electric mixer until the ingredients are combined and light and fluffy.
  • Beat in vanilla.
  • One cup at a time, gradually add powdered sugar and beat into the other ingredients on a medium setting.
  • Gradually add milk; beat at medium speed until light and fluffy.

Instructions:

  1. Split your frosting into four parts.
  2. Color your frosting 1/2 yellow, 1/4 orange, 1/8 brown, and leave 1/8 white.
  3. Lay out all the cookies and frost them all yellow to start.
  4. Use a piping bag or a baggie with the corner cut off and fill with white icing. Pipe two white dots on for the eyes.
  5. Push an upside down chocolate chip into the white dots.
  6. Place a mini Nutter Butter cookie half for the nose area.
  7. Pipe a little dot of frosting on the nutter butter and place the brown M&M nose on using the icing as a "glue."
  8. Use the brown frosting to pipe a little smile on the lion face.
  9. Put the yellow and orange frosting in a piping bag, yellow on one side, orange on the other. That will make the frosting come out swirly yellow and orange and pipe the mane around the lion face.
  10. Press two cheerios into the top of the cookie for the ears.
  11. Marvel at how adorable and tasty your cookies now look!

Vegetable Lion Plate

Photo from: musthavemom.com

Cut up yellow, red, and orange peppers in long strips and layout along the edge of the plate. Then lay a layer of carrots in a circle on the inside of the peppers. In the center of that, pour humus and then use olives to make the face of a lion like the picture above.

Tiger Cuties

Photo from: noahsboytique.com

Draw tiger faces on cutie oranges. They can look like what's pictured above for example. This is a quick and easy way to transform this food and make healthy eating look fun for kids!

3. Cake

Of course, you can hire a baker to make a beautiful cake for your event full of jungle animals and plants. But, if you are more of the DIY type, here are some easy and eye-catching suggestions that will look just as great and be far less expensive than a professionally made cake!

Photo from: birjus.com

Put jungle leaves on top of a naked cake along with some jungle figurines. It is simple but looks great, just like what's pictured above! The cake doesn't have to be naked if you prefer to ice. You choose what look you like the best!

African Safari Hut Cupcake

Photo and idea from: Fun365.orientaltrading.com

For this DIY cupcake, you can make homemade cupcakes or choose the easy version and pick up some store-bought chocolate frosted cupcakes that are already made. Place mini pretzel sticks into the frosting to create a straw roof.  Print and cut out the cupcake collars and place them around the cupcakes. You can find them when you download the Free Food Label Tent and the Free Cupcake Collar Printable here! Top the roof with a dot of white frosting and a yogurt covered raisin to top it off. You can then serve on a green plate to look like a jungle landscape!

Animal Cracker Cupcakes

Photo from Kidtransit.co

Create basic cupcakes and ice them. Then place jungle animal crackers upright into the cupcake and add sprinkles on top! Be sure to stick the feet of the animals into the cupcakes so that they don't topple over.

  1. Wild Animal Cupcake Picks: Your table decorations are a walk through the park…er, jungle… when you top off your cupcakes with these Wild Animals Cupcake Picks! They measure 2.5" and there are 12 per pack! Easily transform any plain cupcake with these safari-themed cupcake decorations! Just stick them into the tops of the cupcakes and they will look way more appealing to the eyes of your guests!
  2. Safari DIY Cupcake Toppers: Set up your Safari-themed party to include these Safari Cupcake Toppers! These cupcake toppers measure approx. 4" tall x 2" wide.

Assembly Instructions:

  1. Place the included backing paper on a clean, flat surface.
  2. Place the top of the lollipop stick at the center/middle point of the colored backing paper. This should leave the top half of the backing paper above the lollipop stick and the bottom half of the backing paper behind the top part of the lollipop stick.
  3. Remove a sticker from the sticker sheet and apply the sticker over the lollipop stick. Press down firmly and smooth out the length of the sticker to ensure that the sticker and backing paper are secure. This should leave the sticker and backing paper tightly wrapped around the lollipop stick.
  4. Stick the cupcake picks in the top center of your cupcakes.
  5. Serve and enjoy!

4. Games & Activities

Let the fun begin on your safari adventure! We have exciting games and activities for you and your guests!

Jungle Themed Playlist

Have a jungle-themed playlist for the background of the party and to have a dance party!

We recommend the following songs:

Rainmakers

Photo and tutorial from: pinkstripeysocks.com

1. Grab a paper towel roll to use as the rainmaker.  Cut out a circle from a paper bag that's slightly larger than the paper towel roll and trace the paper towel roll in the middle of your circle. Cut out about four splits from the edge of the circle to your traced circle. Make sure they are equally spaced.

2. Fold up your paper bag circle over your cardboard roll and use clear tape to attach your circle to your cardboard tube and seal off an end.

3. Rip out a sheet of aluminum foil that's about 3x as long as your tube.  Shape the aluminum foil into a long snake-like shape.  Create a bunch of kinks in the aluminum foil so that it slows down the rice and corn to make a sound like a real rain stick. Once the aluminum foil is bunched up, stick it into the paper towel tube.

4. Mix up a bunch of corn and rice. Do this outside of the rain stick and don't dump it into the stick hoping that it will mix.

5. Pour your rice/corn mixture into your cardboard tube.  Seal the open end following the same directions found in steps 1 and 2.

6. Now it's time to decorate your rainmaker!  Cut out a piece of paper that will cover your cardboard tube and decorate the paper to wrap around it.

7. Wrap the paper around the tube and your rain stick is complete!

Satchel & Map

Photo and tutorial from: buggyandbuddy.com

Materials

  • 1  large brown paper grocery bag
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Thin yarn
  • Black marker
  • Single Hole Punch
  • Plastic sewing needle (optional)

Instructions

1. Grab your paper bag and cut down the sides of the bag.

2. Cut off the two skinny pieces on the side to save for later.

3. Now cut off the top and bottom of your rectangle to remove the handles.

4. Fold down the corners of one side of your paper rectangle and tape down. This will form the top of the satchel.

5. Fold the remaining part of the rectangle in half.

6. Punch holes along each side that you will use to sew the two rectangles together. Attach some yarn to a large plastic needle. If you don’t have a needle, wrap tape around the end of the yarn to make it easier for your child to thread through the holes. Sew up each side of the satchel.

7. Tie a large piece of yarn through the top hole on each side of the satchel. This will create a handle.

8.  Grab the two leftover pieces of paper and crumple the paper to look worn. Use a black marker to draw your map. Offer examples for kids to see so they have some inspiration.

DIY Safari

Have guests take a Safari around the venue by putting animal pictures up on the walls and giving them a checklist of what animals to find. Be sure to include facts about the animals for the kids to learn! You can have the facts listed under the pictures.

Safaris take place in Africa as this is the home of very unique and iconic animals. Below is a list of animals to use for the safari hunt and lists of facts to include. For "bonus points," if you make the hunt a competition, have guests memorize some of the facts and see who can memorize the most!

Lion - Known as the king of the jungle, the lion is probably the animal that most represents Africa.

  • Lions are fast, powerful, and known for their loud and fierce roar.
  • Lions live in groups called "prides" and it usually consists of 10-15 other lions.
  • An adult male’s roar is load and can be heard up to 8km away.
  • Baby lions are referred to as "cubs."
  • Dusk until dawn is the timeframe of when lions go on the hunt for food.
  • Both males and females have different roles in the pride. Female lions do 85-90% of the pride's hunting, and the male lions patrol and protect the territory.
  • Wild lions live for an average of 12 years and up to 16 years. When they are kept in captivity, they live up to 25 years.
  • Most lions actually live in the savannah or grasslands. Just one population of wild forest-dwelling lions remains, in Gir Forest National Park, India.
  • Lions run at a speed of up to 81kmph.
  • When lions hunt large animals, they usually hunt zebra and wildebeest.

Elephant - Ever wonder what is the world's largest animal? Look no further than the African elephant. It is the world’s largest land mammal -- reaching a size of up to 4m tall and weighs 10 tons!

  • Elephants are extremely intelligent animals.
  • There are three different species of elephant 1) African Savannah elephant 2) African Forest elephant 3) Asian elephant.
  • Elephants are known for being large but also for the size of their ears, their ivory tusks and their trunks.
  • Did you know that tusks never stop growing? So you can estimate the age of an elephant. Enormous tusks can be a sign of an old elephant.
  • You think YOU like to eat? Well, elephants have you beat! Elephants spend between 12 to 18 hours every single day eating grass, plants, and fruit! They eat with their trunks. The trunks grasp the food and bring it up to their mouths to eat.
  • When you eat for 12-18 hours/day, you better believe there's a lot of poo to follow! An entire ton of poo is produced from an elephant per week. But the good thing is that it keeps the soil fertile and helps disperse tree seeds.
  • Poo isn't the only thing elephants use to help nature, they also help dig waterholes and create footpaths in the landscape.
  • Elephants love creating a sunscreen for themselves using mud and sand that they throw on themselves to protect their skin from the sun!
  • Sadly, elephants are often hunted for their ivory tusks. They are at risk of becoming endangered.

Buffalo - The buffalo are huge and often considered "the grumpy old men of the African savannah." Buffalo are powerful animals that when fully grown most lions won't even bother! They are too intimidating with their size.

  • Buffalo can reach the size of 6.8 to 11 feet in length, 3.2 to 5.6 feet in height and weight between 660 and 1900 pounds.
  • Buffalo are four times stronger than an ox thanks to their large heads, broad chests, and strong legs!
  • The horn of a buffalo is in the shape of a question mark.
  • Buffalos feed on grass but may eat shrubs and trees if there is a scarcity of grass. They are grazers and will eat a little bit all day long.
  • Whenever you see buffalo, they come in herds! Herds include up to a thousand animals but usually, they include 12 on average.
  • Herds consist of females, their offspring and one or more males. Most males try not to be solitary animals because then they can turn into an easy target for lions if they seem weak.
  • Protection is the biggest reason why buffalo travel in herds. If a predator comes, the buffalo encircle the young, old and weak buffalo to protect them. The circle faces the predator and expose their large, sharp horns.
  • Funny enough, buffalo actually have great memories! The downside is that they recognize any hunters who may have tried to hurt them in the past and attack them if spotted again!
  • Not all the senses within buffalo are great. They don't have very good eyesight or hearing, but they have a great sense of smell!
  • The bond between a mother buffalo and her calf is very strong! The calf is completely dependent on the mother for the first year.
  • The average lifespan of a wild buffalo is 20 years.

Rhinoceros - Unfortunately, rhinos are now considered an endangered species, so though they are awesome to see, they are sometimes difficult to find. Whether it be one of the black or white species of rhino, these near-sighted land tanks can be seen grazing peacefully with their large horns.

  • The name rhinoceros means ‘nose horn’ and the length of the name is usually shortened to "rhino" to make it easier to say.
  • Rhinoceros can grow to weigh over 2200 pounds.
  • After the elephant, rhinoceros are generally considered the second largest land mammal.
  • The skin of the rhino is thick and protective.
  • Though the body of the rhino is large, they have very small brains.
  • The horn of the rhino is made up of the same substance that make fingernails and hair -- keratin.
  • The reason why Rhinoceros are endangered is because they are often hunted by humans for their horns.
  • Rhinos are plant eaters called herbivores.

Leopard - Leopards are very strong and fast cats. They also have incredible hunting skills! If they don't want to socialize or be seen, they have a way of being practically invisible.

  • Most leopards are light colored with dark spots on their fur. The spots are shaped like roses and called “rosettes." The spots on black leopards are harder to see but are still there.
  • Leopards are fast and can run at up to 58km/h! They can leap 6m through the air which is the length of three adults lying head to toe!
  • Unlike herd animals, leopards are very solitary and spend most of their time alone. They each have their own territory, and leave scratches on trees, urine scent marks and poop to warn other leopards to stay away! Males and females will cross territories, but only to mate.
  • The diet of leopards is bugs, fish, small monkeys, antelope, deer and other rodents. They aren't picky!
  • You have probably seen leopards pictured in the branches of trees and this is because leopards are skilled climbers. They are strong and can actually carry their prey to the top of the trees to make sure other predators don't steal their meals!
  • Have you heard the word "nocturnal?" This means that leopards are active at night. This is when they search for food. During the days you can find them resting while camouflaged in trees. Again, they like to be alone!
  • Leopards hunt their prey undercover. They stalk quietly and then pounce when their prey is five to ten meters in range. Leopards take down their prey by biting their throat or neck. If the prey is smaller, they give them a fatal blow with their paws.
  • Female leopards give birth and are really involved in their cubs lives until they are two years old. But they help their cubs be able to take care of themselves.
  • Sounds that leopards make are their communication. When a male wants to make another leopard know he is around, he’ll make a hoarse, raspy cough. They also growl when angry purr when happy or calm.

Cheetah - The world’s fastest land mammal is capable of reaching speeds of 110km/hr when in pursuit of their prey.

  • Cheetahs can be confused with leopards because of their spots but they are quite different.
  • Cheetahs roam open, grassy savannah plains and open forests.
  • The coats of cheetahs are so uniquely beautiful. They have a pale yellow coat with black dots on the upper parts and are white on the underbelly.
  • You know how fast a sports car can go? Well, a cheetah can run even faster! Cheetas are the fastest land animal in the world and can reach 112km/h in just three seconds.
  • A cheetah's body has evolved for speed thanks to it's long legs, elongated spine, and adapted claws.
  • Cheetahs are carnivores and eat rabbits, warthogs, springboks, gazelles, and birds.
  • Fierce felines hunt during the day because they want to avoid competition from other predators such as lions, hyenas, and leopards.
  • Cheetahs have exceptional eyesight to scan their surroundings before they quietly sneak up on their chosen prey. When the time is right, they pounce.
  • Long-distance running is not what cheetahs are about. They enjoy quick sprints that last less than a minute but take them FAR!
  • Cheetahs are social animals and enjoy being in groups. They live and even hunt in groups.
  • Females usually give birth to between two to eight cubs at a time. They stay close to their young for 1-2 years until they are able to take care of themselves.
  • Only 9,000-12,000 cheetahs remain today and are vulnerable to be endangered.

Ostrich - The world’s largest bird with great speed and a formidable kick.
Hippopotamus - Despite their teeth these vegetarian land mammals spend a large part of their lives in water, venturing out in the safety of darkness to feed.
Giraffe 

  • In at least seven African countries, giraffes are already extinct.
  • No two giraffe have the same coat pattern just like fingerprints and snowflakes are unique, so are giraffe's coat patterns!
  • Take a look at an average-sized dinner plate and that's the size of a giraffe's feet!
  • Giraffes have long tongues. They are bluish-purple and between 45 and 50 cm long.
  • At birth, giraffes have horns but they are not attached to the skull. They fuse to the skull later in life. They are called ossicones.
  • Giraffes are considered the tallest mammals in the world and are taller than most humans even at birth!
  • Female giraffes give birth while standing up and drop their young 2 m to the ground.
  • Within an hour after birth, giraffes can stand up.
  • The survival rate of baby giraffes is 50% survive more than a year.
  • When a giraffe wants a drink of water, it has to splay its legs and bend its knees to lower it's neck because its neck is too short to reach the ground.
  • Even when water is available, giraffes only drink every couple of days. Giraffes don't need to drink regularly.
  • A giraffe's heart is bigger than any other land animal.

Gorilla - These peaceful animals live in the forests of central Eastern Africa can provide the ultimate wildlife encounter.

  • Gorillas are mammals and are a sub-group of great apes.
  • They are an endangered species because there are under 1000 still remaining in the wild.
  • Gorilla mothers are pregnant for 8.5 months similar to humans. They tend to give birth to only one baby at a time and nurse for three years.
  • An adult male gorilla is the size of a human yet it's three times as heavy because they weigh up to 600 pounds.
  • Gorillas are herbivores but they also eat termites because their protein is vital to their health.
  • A gorilla's arms are longer than its legs which is why they walk on all four limbs, curling their hands into fists and doing what is called "knuckle-walking".

Crocodiles - The apex predator of Africa’s waterways.
Wild dogs - Amazing persistence hunters that travel large distances every day.
Elephant shrew – A tiny creature that looks like a mouse with a tiny trunk.
Buffalo weaver bird – A social bird that creates huge nests.
Rhinoceros beetle – A large beetle with a big horn that looks like the rhino.
Leopard tortoise – A tortoise with spots like a leopard.
Antlion – An ant that eats other ants.
Hyena – Hyenas can get a bad rep but they are amazing hunters and parents.
Wildebeest – There are lots of wildebeests to see and they show up in herds.
Vulture – They are scavengers who circle the sky looking for food.
Warthog – Pumba made warthogs loveable and now these animals are a crowd favorite.
Marabou Stork – These storks are over 5ft tall with a 10ft wingspan.

Sand Slime

Ingredients:

  • Elmer’s Clear Glue – use two 5 oz. bottles
  • Liquid Starch
  • Play sand

Directions:

  • Pour all of the glue (10 oz.) into a bowl.
  • Stir in some sand until it looks like soup.
  • Stir in 1/2 cup of liquid starch, 1/4 cup at a time.  Stir until well mixed, and then mix with your hands.  If your slime is too sticky, add more starch a little at a time and mix well.
  • The finished slime should be stretchy but it should not stick to your hands.  Add more starch if it's too sticky.
  • Store the slime in a ziploc bag to play with again and again. If it is left out, it will dry up.

Treasure Stone Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 cup used coffee grounds
  • 1/2 cup salt
  • 1/4 cup sand
  • 3/4 cup water
  • Small toys and prizes. Examples: plastic jungle animals, marbles, coins, any other small trinkets.

Directions:

1.  Preheat the oven to 175 degrees.  Combine all of the dry ingredients, and then slowly add in the water Stir the mixture until it becomes a dough.  Add extra flour if the mixture becomes too wet. This will help you get the right consistency.

2.  Roll a piece of dough into a ball and add the toy to the middle. Once the toy is in the middle, roll the dough back with your hands so that it forms a nice smooth ball.

3. Place in the oven and bake for 45 minutes.

4. Before anyone breaks into it, be sure to let them cool.

Photobooth

Add a truly unique touch to your next safari or jungle get-together with these cool Safari Photo Prop Sets. ! Featuring designs like animal faces, safari hats, and binoculars, these adorable decorations are perfect for adding a touch of style to your event. Our cute photo props are designed for use with kids of almost any age. Each photo prop is pre-assembled, each attached to an easy-to-hold smooth wooden stick. Each package contains 32 unique designs, so every guest at your party will get to choose which wild prop they love the most!

Thank your guests for coming with the perfect party favors that will remind your guests of all the fun they had at the party!

  1.  Wild Animal Maze Puzzle: Get wild at your party with these Wild Animal Maze Puzzles! These adorable party accessories make the perfect favor, goody bag stuffer or game prize. Each plastic puzzle comes in one of 4 cute animal designs and measures 3". There are 12 mazes in each pack.
  2. Wild Animal Tattoos: The animal kingdom is coming to call when you add these 1.5-inch Wild Animals Tattoos to your party favors! Includes designs of zebras, monkeys, elephants, tigers, giraffes and lions.
  3. Safari Hats: Welcome your guests with these plastic Safari Hats that they can bring with them on their party adventure! These beige kids safari hat measures 10" x 3.5".
  4. Wild Animal Finger Puppets: All things wild are joining in the fun at your party when you add these Wild Animal Finger Puppets to your party favors!

 

  1. Safari Stickers: Host the ultimate jungle party when you use these Safari Party Stickers! Complete the look of your party with stickers that are easy to apply to decor or add to party favor bags. Each package includes 1 sheet with 24 stickers each. The sheet features a green background with adorable safari animals, like giraffes, elephants, and monkey to name a few!
  2. Assorted Zoo Animals: Get wild at your Safari party with this adorable collection of Assorted Zoo Animals! Perfect for birthdays, fundraisers, school events, and much more, each package includes an assortment of zebras, giraffes, tigers, lions, elephants, and monkeys. Vinyl figurines measure roughly 3".
  3. Safari Animal Foam Mask: Go on a party adventure with these Safari Animal Foam Mask Sets! These fun sets are perfect for birthday parties, costumes, dress-up and much more. Masks are pre-assembled and come with an elastic strap for securing. Set comes with:
  • 2 x Elephant Foam Masks - 9in (Each)
  • 2 x Giraffe Foam Masks - 7in (Each)
  • 2 x Lion Foam Masks - 7.25in (Each)
  • 2 x Monkey Foam Masks - 8in (Each)
  • 2 x Zebra Foam Masks - 6.75in (Each)

4. Zoo Animal Bubbles: Make your party stand out from the pack with these Zoo Animal Bubble Bottles! Each adorable plastic bottle measures about 2" tall, holds .6oz of bubble liquid and is topped with an assorted zoo animal. The wand is attached to the inside of the top.

Now that we have shared all of our best Safari themed tips, show us the details of your safari parties by commenting below or tagging us in your photos!


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