My daughter is currently obsessed with Pusheen and has been for a while so I wasn’t exactly surprised when she requested a Pusheen party for her birthday. I was, however, surprised at how little there was out there with respect to Pusheen decorations. So, I decided to combine it with a donut theme since Pusheen seems to be a fan of donuts. Luckily, there is tons of donut themed stuff on Amazon. I also found a free printable Pusheen invitation online that I just opened up in Adobe and typed right into.
I then took a Pusheen image and added it to the donut banner I bought. You could just make an entire banner with the image as well. You can download the .pdf version and add letters to the belly to spell out “Happy Birthday”.
I also ordered some cat ears off of Amazon and spray painted them grey. I added the three black stripes that Pusheen is known for with black electrical tape.
I went to our local Buck or Two to have the balloons I ordered from Amazon blown up and added a number 8.
I tried to keep our sugary treats to a minimum as I have learned from previous parties that some kids will just continue to eat sugar (and get more and more hyper, haha) if it is right in front of them. I turned another printable into cupcake toppers by punching them out with a circle punch and adding sticks to them with washi tape.
One of the kids had a dairy allergy so I headed to a vegan bakery in Ottawa, Strawberry Blonde Bakery and bought a small birthday cake. I spruced it up by adding a tin Pusheen that I found that was actually just a candy dispenser.
Amelia of course received lots of Pusheen toys from her friends which she was really excited about.
We, of course, had to have some sort of art or craft element to the party so I had the kids paint background canvases that we then glued pre-cut Pusheen images to.
When it was time to go home, the kids gathered up their projects and ears and added them to their loot bags which all had Pusheen key chains in them along with fruit snacks and a couple other simple items like bouncy balls. I couldn’t find loot bags to go with the theme so I had to get crafty and make them with some grey cardstock and a black sharpie.
All in all, it was a pretty simple party to prepare (compared to some I have done in the past). Amelia was pretty happy with the way the party turned out and had a great time, which is all that really matters. Hope this helps inspire you and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!