'Imagination is more important than knowledge'

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

A sweet little studio for kids parties......

Oh I have found the most gorgeous little party studio for kids.....'Petit Atelier' (French for little studio).....oh and that is exactly what they are... a little charming french studio for gorgeous kids parties.
Based in Melbourne, Prahran......Petit Atelier offer fun, creativity and imagination for children aged from 4 - 14 years old. They host art and craft workshops and fun holiday programmes.....they also offer mummy and me workshops for younger children to explore their creative side with their parent/s.
You will find unique and creative Birthday party themes such as Jewellery craft parties, pottery and design your own hair clips party themes for girls... and for the boys....parties such as making timber aeroplanes, robots, clay modelling, design your own board games and much more.  I am so impressed with this concept that I just have to take my boys, particularly my eldest who is 4 and starting to show a real interest in art and craft.

If you are looking for ideas to entertain your kids these Christmas holidays, Petite Atelier have set festive programmes such as decorate your own wreath, Christmas stocking or wooden Christmas decorations.....how amazing....I wonder if they have programmes for adults .......






Petit Atelier also stock beautiful party ware from the Gorgeous Sambellina, Robert Gordon, The Complete box, Hipp (and more)  and soon to be stocking a range of our New kids imprintable party invitations.

Be sure to visit the lovely team from Petit Atelier on Facebook or pop over to their website for more details about their stylish and creative parties.


2 comments:

  1. looks amazing..thanks for sharing lovely:)

    p.s having a giveaway over at my blog you might want to join in xo

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  2. thanks....didn't know about the give away....I'm all for that xxxx

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