Pretend Sleepover

Ages 2-4


What could be more fun than hosting your child and his friends for his first (mock) sleepover? Plan the party for after dinner (say, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.), and have your guests come in their favorite pajamas. Encourage the gang to bring their blankies, sleeping bags, or rest mats to lounge on, as well as their favorite stuffed animals. If you wish, cut out stars and a big moon for wall decorations or hang from the ceiling.

Little-Sleepers Invitation

Fleecy fabric gives this invitation a cozy touch. Trace the pajama template onto fabric, cut out the pajama shapes, and glue them onto folded card stock. Add invitation details with a marker or alphabet stickers.


Pillowcase Invitation

Our pillowcase invite is perfect for sleepovers.

What you need:

  • Paper luggage tag
  • Scalloped scissors
  • Marker
  • Pillowcase
  • Ribbon

To make:

Trim luggage tag's edges using scalloped scissors. Write party information on tag in marker. Fold the pillowcase in half lengthwise and roll. Tie ribbon around rolled pillowcase, and thread one end of the ribbon through the tag. Send in cardboard mailing tube.

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