Parents are now organizing children's parties at KMART where they give children $ 20 each and directions to find special treats in the store
- Mother groups organize Kmart birthday parties for their young daughters
- Women came up with the idea online and implemented it in Australia
- Parents create a & # 39; store challenge & # 39; for the guests, each receiving $ 20
- They are then asked to buy items with their money in the store
Countless parents organize Kmart parties for their daughters and give each child $ 20 to stock up on everything from bath bombs to stationery and fake nails.
The theme was conceived by a member of the Australian Facebook group Kmart Mums before it was quickly distributed to other party connoisseurs.
Chantal Simms asked her daughter Bella or a shopping trip in her & # 39; favorite store & # 39; would be a viable option for her 10th birthday.
Chantal Simms asked her daughter Bella or a shopping trip in her & # 39; favorite store & # 39; would be a viable option for her 10th birthday (her invitation pictured)
She became & # 39; very excited & # 39; by the party's suggestion.
& # 39; I expressed the store challenge and when we arrived, I explained how it would work. Then the children took me to the relevant areas, & she said to FEMAIL.
In her version, the school-going group received $ 20, she always had to stay together and & # 39; be creative & # 39; in their purchases.
They had to buy something to eat for $ 2, something to wear, a beauty product, something that started with B and something to do.
Chantal said her friends were very enthusiastic about the shopping experience and had lunch after the main event.
Chantal said her friends were very enthusiastic about the shopping experience and had lunch after the main event (photo)
Another young girl, Ebony, was also gifted at the birthday and her invitation was shared in the group
Rebecca Downing & # 39; s daughter Piper wanted a similar party plan for her 11th birthday, but instead included instructions on collecting & # 39; something glittery & # 39 ;, & # 39; something for school & # 39; and & # 39; something that starts with P & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The children were invited to do a treasure hunt and then just had lunch at Hungry Jacks, & # 39; said Rebecca.
& # 39; When the children arrived, we gave them a letter explaining the rules and what the guidelines were for each of their purchases.
& # 39; The girls read through the instructions and then split into groups. I explained that I would be in the middle of the store for questions and addition.
Rebecca Downing & # 39; s daughter Piper (photo) wanted a similar party plan for her 11th birthday, but instead included instructions on collecting & # 39; something glittery & # 39 ;, & # 39; ; and & # 39; something that starts with P & # 39;
& # 39; An hour later they returned to me and we all stood in line, paid for their things, and left the store. & # 39;
The 10 young ladies were able to attach bath bombs, pens, pencils, books, vessels, nail polish, fake nails and clothing.
Other parents have posted about their desire to replicate the party online and find that it is a cheaper alternative than hosting the bash at their home.
& # 39; These parties are becoming popular now. What a great idea, & a person said.
& # 39; Good idea, my daughter and her friends would be so happy if I did this for her! With these girls you are now in the race for mum of the year, & another one said.
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