Girl's Case of the Missing Ring Mystery Party Kit: Filled with Fun, Games and Laughter

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SimpliFun Studios, 2004 - Cooking
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Give a Great Youth Mystery Party Without Knocking Yourself Out... Even the Host Has a Great Time with Printable Party Kits!!
Wondering how to entertain those girls ages 9 to 12 coming to your home for a 2 hour or slumber party (conclusion in the morning)? We can make you the perfect host in less than ten minutes from now!
The moment you place your order you'll be able to print your needed party materials. All you need is a color printer and you can easily host a SimpliFun party. You can even add your own child's name and party information for personalized invitations!
A mystery party game is a unique play acting party where the guests become the characters who solve the mystery. You'll get a mystery ling-by-line script, invitations, thank you cards, place settings, room decorations, T-shirt iron-on graphics, and recipes.
This mystery script is written for 5, 8 and 10 players along with 4 adults.
In Case of the Missing Ring Dame Sarah, 97-year-old matriarch of the family, a partner in the Greentree Jewelry Company, and great grand-mother of Samantha has decided to pass along her diamond heirloom antique ring to Samantha. The ring originated with a Duchess of Nottingham, England, who is said to have received the ring from a Duke in Barcelona, Spain when she was 12 years old.
Your guests are invited to come in character. Each character has their own special T-shirt iron-on so you can give them a simple costume when they arrive. Decorating your house to look like a mansion is easy with the printable portraits.
Created by SimpliFun Studios because there's more to a party than just eating cake!
 

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Contents

Thank you cards
4
5 Player Materials
5
8 Player Materials
61
10 Player Materials
118
Game suggestions
175
Room Decorations
177
Place Settings
212
Sams check
223
Tshirt ironons
224
Survey
244
Other themes
245
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About the author (2004)

Shirley Foster is former Reader in English and American Literature at the University of Sheffield.

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