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Lego Birthday Party Ideas and Printable

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

We created a simple and inexpensive Lego birthday party this year for my son.  Here are some of the things we did.
I got cheap yellow construction hats at the party store and made a label to go on front.
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LEGO ACTIVITIES & GAMES:
We got a small race car Lego kit for each child to build then they raced them down a car slide in our hallway.
We put the Legos on felt mats (just a 8x11 felt sheet) so the pieces would stay put while building.

Lego Builder Hat Sign:
I found the amazing Lego font to make these labels. You can print them out for the hats. Copy and paste into word and print them.
lego builderFree Printable. For non-commercial use only.
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I made a 9x13 cake then added 6 cupcakes to the top and frosted it all yellow. Then I added mega blocks all around the edges for some color.  I’ve seen much fancier cakes done but I was in a rush and my 5 year old could care less, it was the thought (fitting with the theme) that counts.

legoJar_1 Mini figure Lego head jar party favors. Click here to see how I made these out of baby food jars.

106_9310_1Then we threw mega blocks all over the floor and had them race to see who could build the biggest tower in 1 minute.

MORE LEGO PARTY IDEAS:
Incredible Lego Star Wars birthday party, a Lego Head cake and Indiana Jones Lego birthday party from Ashlee at I’m Topsy Turvy.
Make Lego Crayons or Lego Gummy Snacks with a mold by Ashlee too.
Great Lego printables, games and Lego cake pop ideas at Living Locurto.
Colorful lego decorations and a cute bunting banner at Busy Me, Busy with Three.
Fun Lego Party juice box covers, invitations and games at My Many Colored Days.
Awesome party with a Lego head cake and pin the smile on the Lego head game @ I saw that going differently in my mind.
Make your own Lego Mini Figure Photo Op Boards @ Big D & Me.
Picture Mix up with Mega Blocks from I Love Chesterrific.

LEGO BOOKS:
If your kids like Legos, get them excited about reading by picking a book featuring Legos. Here are some cute and INEXPENSIVE (check out the one for only a penny + shipping) ones we'd recommend.



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8 comments:

Whatever Dee-Dee wants said...

What a fun party idea! My husband is a Lego freak and would love this.

Kerri said...

Great meeting you at Evo!
How funny that your post is about Lego. My 7 year old wants her party to be a Lego party in October. What great ideas!
I'm GFC following you now and when my Facebook stops acting funny, I will follow you there too :)

newbiemama said...

Hey! It was so great meeting you at the trax event today. I love your site! You have such fun ideas. Definitely following you. :)

Jenn said...

Great party idea!! I LOVE your bright blue eyes (they are beautiful in your picture at the top right of your blog)!

Rachel said...

What a great party idea! I love the cake and the baby food jar lego heads the most. I will have to try this for my son's next birthday. I also love your blog and design. I would love it if you would come link this up to the crafty link party I just started over at http://linesacrossmyface.blogspot.com
:) Rachel

trophyw.blogspot.com said...

Great ideas! I especially love those lego head jars. I'm doing a Lego Party Idea round-up and I'd love for you to include this.
http://trophyw.blogspot.com/2011/08/lego-birthday-party-ideas.html

Anonymous said...

You have some great party ideas. Too bad the cake came out so bad.

Creative Party Themes said...

Great party! I love how LEGOs give you a built in bright and cheery color scheme. The painted jars are too cute. Thanks for sharing! We've posted some more fun LEGO party ideas at Creative Party Themes. Come on by and take a peek! :)

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