The party featured many delightful Warrior snacks and birthday cake. Plus, they stuffed dollar store rabbits in plastic zipper bags, which were hidden around the back yard. The kids then hunted them for “fresh kill” to bring back to the clan and feed the kits. There was also a bowl of M&M’s which served as “rabbit droppings.”
How about you? Do your kids or grandkids enjoy Warrior cats books? What unique birthday party themes have you seen recently?
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They also had headbands with cat ears on them to wear. Warrior-themed party snacks included:
Fishing pond – Blue Jello with gummy fish floating in it.
Rabbit tails – Cheese puffs.
Bird nests – Chocolate covered mini donuts with jelly beans in the middle.
Bones – Small pretzel sticks with mini marshmallows stuck to the ends, then dunked in melted white chocolate. These were a crowd favorite!
This free printable includes signs for your party snacks plus additional ones to use as party decorations. I based the printable on snack labels and hand-drawn posters my niece created for her party.
The password to open the printable is LWBWARRIORLM. Hope you enjoy the printable, and have a great Warrior themed birthday party!