Last week I got to host the coolest party with Tree Top – an apple party! We celebrated National Apple Month by pressing fresh apple cider, making apple crafts, and eating apple-tizers. It was a blast!
To decorate for the party – and celebrate all things apples – we built a giant plywood screen across the back of the truck bay and I painted giant apple slices on them. I cut honeycomb balls into apple shapes inspired by these honeycomb fruit over on Studio DIY. Before the party started we gathered all of the children who are members of “my team” and got a picture of the gang with our favorite brand logo!
One of the crafts we made were apple bird feeders. These are so simple to make. It’s great for using apples that are a little bit older – and creating a little fun fall craft with your kids. Also, the birds will eat the seed as well as the apples.
Not everyone cared if they drank the cider fresh off the press. I mean, why would you when there was a cooler full of juice boxes in the kitchen?
My children’s favorite craft was turning juice boxes into mummies! We used electrical tape and skinny duct tape from the hardware store to turn juice boxes into fabby little monsters.
I am a huge fan of the Tree Top company. Their juice has always been my first choice because it’s based in Washington State. When they approached me to work with them I was ecstatic. I love when I get to promote companies that I already support.
Tree Top is a grower owned co-op that supports more than 1,000 growers in the Pacific Northwest. That means the apples in the juice are locally grown and 100% of the apples are grown in the USA. Tree Top supports local farmers and local families. I’m a huge fan.
This party and post were sponsored by Tree Top