Party Tips & Activities
Discover a whole host of fancy and fabulous party tips and recipes, seasonal craft and activity ideas, and reading-readiness suggestions from the folks who bring you Fancy Nancy!
Ah spring! The weather is warm, the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and we want nothing more than to spend all of our time outdoors! Lucky for you, Fancy Nancy has a plethora of springtime activities that are perfect for both sunny days and rainy days stuck inside. Get ready to put a little spring in your step!
Oh la la! It’s almost Valentine’s Day! It’s no secret that Fancy Nancy loves this February holiday. It’s the perfect excuse to give a valentine and maybe even get a surprise from a special admirer.
If there’s one thing Fancy Nancy enjoys, it’s a fashion show! Here’s how to host a fashion show of your very own, with some help from Fancy Nancy!Read More
Tis’ the season to spread the Christmas cheer! What better way to spread that cheer than by throwing a wonderful Christmas-themed sleepover of your kiddo and their friends? We’ve put together a list that’ll fill your kid’s sleepover with the holiday spirit.
Whether your little one is going to their first slumber party or their tenth you’ll want to make sure they have everything they need for their night away from home.
Bell bottoms may have stayed in the ’70s but tie dye hasn’t, and for a good reason! Tie-dye shirts are fun to make and fun wear! So why not throw a tie-dye party for your little one and their friends?
Kids deserve to be pampered, and what better way to pamper your little one and their friends than with a spa party! We’ve found three DIY edible face masks that they are sure to love!
Are the same old sleepover activities getting boring? Take your little one’s slumber party up a few notches with these exciting ideas!
Looking for a no-fuss activity your kiddo and their friends can do at the next sleepover? Homemade DIY candy necklaces are your answer! The project is easy to set up and the kids get to be creative and take home edible jewelry! That is, if they don’t get eaten before they leave the house.