Schleich Fairy Princess Birthday Party

It goes without saying that children have extraordinary imaginations and Schleich®, this year celebrating 75 years, is  the leading designer and manufacturer of high quality, realistic animal, historical and fantasy figurines.  It is also a leading light in the world of imaginative play.

Schleich is loved by both parents and the children who play with them as they stimulate the imagination and encourage active play.

The Goodie Bag

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Schleich provided the bag, phamplet and piglet key chain. I added the other goodies.

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The Raffle

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Schleich provided the items for the raffle.

The Transformation 

I requested all the little girls arrive in fairy attire (much easier to explain versus Elf attire). I provided wings and headbands and wands for all the girls and each girl was transformed into a beautiful Elf with the assistance of grandma. Sparkles and glitter were up and down the girls arms and cheeks!

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The Coloring Sheets Schelich provided coloring sheets for all the girls. I actually photocopied more because I knew this would be a big station for playing. Each girl was able to color one of each of the handouts. I also included little wooden fairies/elves for each child to color and take home.

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Schleich Bayala World Toys + Schleich Toys I created a little Bayala world for the girls to play with all the wonderful toys that Schleich provided for this MommyParty! I hand painted a piece of wood and glued sticks from my back yard as a  frame for the Elf Forest sign. All the girls LOVED these toys and were drawn to this station time and time again. I made a point to speak with each mom regarding Schleich toys and how amazing they are! (In our house we have been a LONG time fan of Schleich toys and have two very large bins of numerous animals, dragons, knights, Indians and accessories to prove it!!)

The best location to purchase Schleich is on line. There are a small variety of Schleich toys available at my local Target and Toys R Us. I used to have a fabulous specialty toy store in my area that carried all the knights and dragons and literally any animal that my daughters wanted . . . but they closed last year (boo hoo for me).

I made sure to inform each mother on the amazing quality of Schleich toys if they were not aware. Believe me, Schleich toys are amazing . . . they have survived my dogs jaws and not many toys do once my dog gets a bite of them!
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Schleich provided most of the Bayala toys for playing, although some of the Schleich toys are already owned by my children, purchased by me.

The dragons are not Schleich toys, they are owned by my children, purchased by me. Schleich provided the tiger & horses & cat.

Toys already owned by my children (except the cat).

The Bayala line of Schleich toys is amazing! Beautiful and so full of detail!

The Food

Party Menu

Florindel Flowers (mini quiches)

Stallion Snack Mix (popcorn, raisins, pretzles, M&Ms, mini chocolate chips)

Chocolate Nests (chow mein noodles, chocolate chips & condensed milk)

Fairy Fruit Wands (mixed fruit on bamboo sticks)

Dragon Juice (pink lemonade)

various candy, cookies and cupcakes

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The Games

Free Play with Schleich Bayala Toys

The girls were encouraged to play interactively with all the Schleich Bayala toys. These girls have wonderful imaginations and needed zero prompting from any of the mothers. There was much trading of Schleich toys during this time.

The Unicorn and The Lost Horn

The unicorn of Bayala had lost its precious horn. Each fairy/elf set out to find the sparkling horn! The winners each received a Schleich toy to take home.

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Supplies Needed: cone shaped party hat, glue & glitter (baking soda{horn dust} if you want to leave a trail{it was raining the day of the Scheliech mommyParty, thus the party was moved inside, no baking soda was used})

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Dragon's Eye Ball Dash

The players had to carefully transfer the dragon's eyes from elf to elf (fairy to fairy) and not drop the eyeball or the dragon would swoop in to steal it.

Supplies Needed: spoons and ping pong balls (made to look like eye balls) {I was fortunate enough toraid my sons roon for eye balls(balls that actaully looked like eye ball)}

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The Schleich MommyParty was a huge success! We all had so much fun! I had my mother-in-law over and she had a blast. I also had my good friend over who has no grandchild and has taken my children as her own grandchildren over (although I have no photos of her this day). She knows how much we already love Schleich and has been gifting my girls horses and bunnies for years already! Both my friend and my mother in law were greatly impressed with all the Schleich toys at the party. My mother in law LOVES that my children adore Schleich because she is German after all! All the mommies and girls(there were a couple of boys, again no photos)had a great afternoon at the party. I even heard a number of grumbles when it was time to leave. That means success!

Please visit Schleich on line view their wonderful line ~ Bayala

 Disclosure: Thanks to Mom Select and Schleich for providing me with Schleich toys in order to faciliate a MommyParty. No other compsesation was received. My opinions are my own.