Cute treasure hunt ideas. Adults could have fun being creative (finding a full moon, etc!). Could have couples take pics of items on a cell phone, or have guests bring creative versions (for ogre nails and vampire teeth, etc) to add to a "spell" at a witch-themed party (maybe once all ingredients are added to a pot, a surprise is revealed...?)
Great list of Treasure Hunt ideas. would be a fun little party to host for a gift registery party or showers...to have them search the store for items and then win prizes for the bridal or baby shower guests. to really get them to look thru the store and talking about what they like and want :)
4 Steps to Making a Treasure Hunt. Indoor or outdoor, party or playdate, kids of all ages love a good treasure hunt with challenging riddles and clues. Heres a guide on how to create one. Older kids may even spend hours creating a hunt for the grown ups! Encourages creativity, literacy, and critical thinking skills.
Plan a Treasure Hunt On your own, plant little dime-store jewels and treasures in the garden. Then draw up a map with directions. (For an ancient look, let some coffee soak into the map to brown it with age; while the paper is wet, rip it around the edges). You can even hide the map somewhere in the house and let the kids find it while making the bed or putting away toys.