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The first Olympic games were held in Olympia, Greece to honor the Greek God, Zeus.
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An Olympics style birthday party with homemade decorations such as centerpieces, banners, and party favors is a great way to spend a birthday. Young fans of the Olympic Games can celebrate their love of the Olympics with easy handmade centerpieces anyone can make. Use simple arts & crafts materials such as paper cups, craft foam, floral beads, candy gold coins etc. One simple Olympics centerpiece is to take a large clear glass bowl and place gold chocolate coins inside. Tape mini national flags from various countries around the bowl and a simple Olympic centerpiece is made. There are many other ways to make Olympics centerpieces that require little time and effort such as using craft form to make the Olympic rings. Use craft foam and add glitter to the rings in the appropriate Olympic colors. Glue the rings on each other and use a craft stick in the center ring and place in a craft foam block decorate the craft foam block with Mylar paper. Use additional cut outs such as basketball players, track and field athletes, swimmers, and other Olympic athletes. Silhouettes are easy to make because they can be printed out on sheets of paper, traced on craft foam and cut out. Around the centerpiece place various colored candles (to represent the Olympic flame) and a centerpiece fit for any Olympic party is created. use other homemade party supplies such as Olympic theme banners (possibly made from gold paper), tableware items, invitations, and thank you notes.