Everything about the Lego Party was fun to create, but I think these two details were my personal favorites!
Lego Party Goodie Bags
Big M made a special item out of Lego’s for each of the kids. For the younger party goers he used Duplos (we don’t want any of our friends choking!) I gave him plenty of time in advance…I think he spent about two weeks working on them here and there. After he completed one, I taped their name on the bottom and stashed it away.
I found some awesome Lego Party name tags, and put my husband on the job. Didn’t they turn out cute?!?! (ps. Lego sculptures are really hard to wrap…so don’t laugh too hard at my wrapping skills!)
Lego Party Pendants
For the games I wanted to reward each of the participates with a Lego Pendant. I had my hubs print out a smaller version of the name tags and personalized each pendant.
I cut circles out of a manila folder and red construction paper. I used a glue stick to attach them. I made a sloppy Lego Head (don’t worry if you are not an artist…the shape looks good even if it’s a little off!) I glued the name to the head and the head to the circles. I punched holes and laced some yellow ribbon. The Lego Pendants turned out so cute. I do wish I would have thought to cover them with contact paper…they would have been way more durable!
This post is a part of the Lego Party lesson plan.