If you have a slew of kids to look after this week (or simply a pack of
bored pals with a penchant for scavenger hunts), we’ve got just the party game
to keep your gals ‘n’ guys grooving. All you really need is a pack of candy
canes—but here’s a whole party plan, just in case you’re in a hostess with the
Invite the crew
For cousins and sibs in your house, craft impromptu invites you can
drop on their pillows in the morning, or slip into their places before
breakfast. For buds, send a cute and quick e-vite. We’re loving this
Make it a peppermint extravaganza! Bake up some peppermint
fudge brownies. Whip up a batch of dark chocolate peppermint bark (get
the recipe here), break it up, and serve in pretty plates or glass
Pin the nose on Rudolph, Blind Man’s Bluff with Santa as the man
himself (have a beard and hat ready!) and penguin races (waddle to the finish
Grand finale? Scavenger hunt
As the hostess, it’ll be your job to hide the (wrapped) candy canes.
Send everyone outside for a few minutes while you put them all over the house. Be
sure to keep track of where they are and how many you’ve hidden. Kids will
looove tracking ‘em down (and hiding them for you, too), so feel free to hit
replay when your first hunt is over.
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BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 12/22/2013 2:51:00 PM
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