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Host a Painting Party at Home

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Last Updated on October 18, 2020 by ellen

Host a painting party at home for adults with these simple tips. Find out how to host a paint night at your house today with these ideas.

There are so many fun crafts for adults to try that it only makes sense to get together and have loads of fun while you make them. If you enjoy rock painting, you might want to learn more about rockpainting beautiful painted rocks.

women sitting around a table for a paint party

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Host a Painting Party at Home

So, what do you need to do to have friends over for a painting night? There are lots of easy ways to host a party. But, here are a few simple tips to make sure that yours is the most fun ever.

Timeline to hosting your party

3 to 4 weeks before your party

When planning your event, be sure to ask for RSVPs when you send out invitations. You don’t want to have enough snacks and supplies for 5 only to have 8 people to show up.

Once you know how many people will be attending, you can plan out your menu and be sure you have enough food. Make sure you plan for a large enough table with extra drop cloths as well.

Shop for all of your supplies. I love these cute wooden cutouts. They are a nice change from a blank easel that may intimidate people who are new to the craft. 

a wooden cut out of a pumpkin

There are lots of different themes including patriotic, Christmas, sports, and religious. Consider letting your guests choose the cut out they want to make. 

Remember, you will also need paint in a variety of colors and lots of paintbrushes.

1 week before your big day

It’s almost time for your event and you need to start planning what you’ll be serving. Try to choose recipes that can be made ahead of time. 

When you host a painting party at home, you don’t want to be stuck in the kitchen cooking while your friends are having fun. A meat and cheese tray is just perfect for this.

meat and cheese on a slate tray

 

2 to 3 days before

Now is the time to head to the store for groceries and drinks for your guests. Don’t forget extra paper products and disposable plates if you don’t want to do dishes.

Make sure that you have enough chairs for everyone that wants to attend. Check to be sure you have drop cloths for both the tables and the chairs.

1 day before

Do any kitchen prep work you can to save time tomorrow. Get your supplies together and make sure you’re not missing anything. 

Do your final cleaning and consider getting a bouquet of fresh flowers for the table.

a turkey cutout that was painted blue and rust colors

The day of the party

Welcome your guests. Get everyone seated and let them have fun. Be sure you have plenty of fresh water available to rinse your brushes.

Host a painting party at home for adults with these simple tips. Find out how to host a paint night at your house today with these tips.

Supplies to host a painting party at home

If you want to host a painting event at home, start with these gorgeous cutouts and follow a few of my paint party ideas to make your day a success. And, make sure you take lots of photos to share.

  • Wooden cutouts
  • Acrylic paints (or Sharpie markers if you prefer)
  • Paintbrushes
  • Snacks, drinks, ice
  • Drop cloths

There are so many uses for these wooden cutouts. You can use them as front door decor. Or, they can double as a hot pad or a charger for your plates over the holidays.

Check out the whole selection.

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3 thoughts on “Host a Painting Party at Home

  1. So fun! I once threw a painting party for a group of kids but never thought of having one with my friends. I like this idea so much better than going to a larger class.

  2. What a fun idea! I’d love to do this kind of thing with friends. Thanks for sharing! I’m visiting today from the #anythinggoes link up. Have a great week Ellen!

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