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Survivor Party Ideas
The ultimate birthday party theme ... Survivor!
Instructions for a quick and easy way to make banners for the tribes too! No sewing required!
Use this Survivor logo to create invitations, iron on transfers for the banners and tags for your goody bags.
It can be easily customized by downloading the font "Survivant" from a free font site. Type the name of the place you will be having your party in white and layer it on top of the logo on your computer.
Survivor Party Games and Challenges
Here are some fun games to play at a Survivor birthday - these can be modified from team games to individual relays. Have colored mats or beach towels for each team to stand on before the games while they are receiving instructions.
Hula Circle Relay
For set up and instructions see our Scavenger Hunt page.
Frozen T Challenge
Survivor Tribe Banners
I made these tribe banners for a recent Survivor party. The party was for 90 kids divided into 8 tribes - they picked their tribal names before the party. You can choose the tribes names from your city, landmarks around your town or the birthday child's name or favorite animals.
To make the
I used the Survivant font and enlarged the letters I needed on a word processor then printed them out. Cut out the letters from the paper so you have a template for your letters. I then ironed Heat and Bond to the back of heavy white fabric. Take the letter templates and trace the letters on the paper side of the Heat and Bond (that is attached to the fabric) making sure that the letters are BACKWARDS when you are tracing them. You can trace the letters on the fabric side, but I've found tracing them on the paper side gives you a cleaner line when you cut them out. Cut out the letters. Take off the paper backing on the Heat and Bond and position your letters on the fabric banners. Iron on.
For the Survivor logo at the bottom I bought a packet of Light Fabric Transfers from Avery (#3271), printed out the logo onto the fabric transfer paper on my printer (make sure to REVERSE the image), cut out the logo and then ironed it on to the bottom of each flag.I wanted the flags to be able to be carried around and also stand against a wall when not in use (these could also be put into the ground if your games will be outside) so I chose pvc pipe which turned out to be a cheep (less then $1.00 for each banner) and easy solution.
For each banner you will need 1" PVC
pipe in a 18" length and a 48" length (or longer depending on
how long you want the poles ) and a PVC "t-connector" in 1" x 1
Survivor Party Invitation Ideas
Survivor Party Decoration Ideas
Fishing nets - throw them over the party tables, hang on walls and drape from doorways
Tiki torches - instead of lighting them make it
look like they are on fire by putting red, yellow and orange feathers or strips of construction paper where the wicks are located.
Give each guest a bandana in their tribes color to wear during the party and take home afterward.
Crafts and Activities for a Survivor
Serve snacks in large plastic shell bowls - some fun ideas are goldfish crackers, pretzel fish crackers or oyster crackers.
Fruit kabobs - cut up slices of fruit and place on bamboo skewers - if you coat the fruit with a little pineapple juice it won't turn brown.
Cheese and Shells macaroni
Set up a Survivor candy buffet with these fun items:
Salt Water Taffy
Orange slices (shells)
Pixie sticks (sand)
Fruit flavored gum and sour candies
Sour Patch Kids (tiki men!)
Survivor Theme Party Favors
Packs of Sour Patch Kids
Salt Water Taffy
Small tiki torch
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