I was given the opportunity to host a Gutzy Gear Party. My daughter had quite a large birthday party (inviting neighborhood friends and classmates and a few of her brother's friends). Whenever I have a children's party, I like to keep it lowkey. I don't plan too many activities because I like to let the kids do their own thing and not feel forced into games they don't feel comfortable with. So, for my daugther's seventh birthday party, we had a Gutzy Party. I loved the layout of this party because it offered tons of suggestions for some great games, recipes, and activities. Being that I like the parties to be more social for my children and their guests, this party worked great! I got the kit in the mail a few days before the party and every night after the kids were in bed, I perused through the sheets to pick and choose what I thought the guests would enjoy doing. In the kit there were Gutzy starter kits, patch sets, bag stuffers, a banner, an agenda, game elements and more! The agenda was very informal and came with some great ideas as well as a general timeframe in which you can expect to get things done. I started with an introduction in which I told the children all about Gutzy Gear. Both of my children already have Gutzy Gear on their backpacks, so I made sure to show them their samples.
The children were THRILLED with what they got!
The children (and parents) all LOVED the party and every single child left with some Gutzy Gear goodies and they were very happy!
Gutzy Gear is available online and at select retailers
throughout the United States (it isn't available yet in Wisconsin). Check out the selection of Gutzy Gear here. With school right around the corner, why not get your child their own Gutzies to decorate their bags?
*Please note that this party was a special event provided to me from the ladies of Gutzy Gear for my daughter's birthday. This was a special party and parties such as these are not available to the public.*
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