After weeks of planning and preparing the Lego Party came and went. It was a great time and everything ran really well. I wanted to show you a few pictures of some of the items I prepared for the party.
These are the loop bags I made. I bought the bags from Michael's and boughts matching cardstock for the circles. The circles are cut with a circle punch and then raised up with a foam square. In the loop bags were a colouring book, some lego man and lego block crayons, candy lego blocks, a glow bracelet and a man and car for them to build.
A close up of the bag.
This is my youngest rockin' it out on the Kareoke Machine.
This was the pin the head on the lego man game I made. Each kid got a lego head and got to draw their own lego face on it. They then each took a turn tyring to put the head on the body while being blind folded.
I made a lego toss game from a old bean bag toss game I found at work. The kids all loved trying to see how many blocks they could get in.
I borrowed some legos from a friend at work. Her son has been collecting them for many years so his collection was quite a bit larger then ours. I had it all spread out on a table for the kids to build with. The boys really loved it and spent most of the time there.
Our friend's son created a really cool lego plane.
Rhys received MANY lego set for her birthday. Behind her is one of the banners I made a long with some help from my dear co-workers Emily and Nikki. They helped me to put on all the circles with foam squares.
I made these lego head treats from marshmellows and melted yellow chocolate. I then drew faces on them with melted chocolate chips and a zip lock bag with the corner cut off. I unfourtunately didn't get a picture before Rhys began to gobble it up. There was also a mini yellow M&M on the top to look like the little button on their heads.
Rhys enjoying her Lego Treat.
Here is the large Lego Banner I made. I used the same items and method as the first banner and the Lego and loop bags.
It is always hard to write about youself. I am a mother to my two beautiful daughters Rhys (6 yrs) and Rhylan (3 yrs). I have been happily married to my huband for 9 years. I am very proud and brag often about my Samoyed Tucker. I have been working as an x-ray tech for 11 years. I have been envolved with Girl Guides of Canada for 26 years and presently lead a Spark unit. I love scrapbooking and have been a Stampin' Up Demonstrator for 8 years to help feed the habit! LOL! I am my own best customer, but the again aren't we all.