My baby tuned 5! F.I.V.E! How is that possible?
He wanted a Ninjago birthday party and so I got creating. All of the files can be downloaded at the bottom of this post in 1 zipped file. The download will include the invitation, cupcake toppers, drink wrappers, party favors, memory game, and bunting.
First, the invitation:
For his preschool class treats I made these little tags and attached a fortune cookie to them. It was super cheap and the kids really liked them.
I also turned that tag into the take home treats for his party. I just cut the top off so they would fit on the the cute take out boxes I found at Walmart. I filled them with bouncy balls, ring pops, and of course fortune cookies.
Big brothers got to work putting all their Ninjago sets together and set them up as decorations.
I also made a bunting:
And threw together some super simple Chinese Lanterns.
When each kiddo arrived we gave them a black belt. This was a super cheap and easy thing to do. It only took about a yard of fabric to make 15 of them and it cost about $2.50
We also had Sensei Wu beards on hand!
For the games we played Sensei Says (just like Simon says)
We also played Pin the Beard on Sensei Wu
I found the game HERE.
Lastly we played Stealth Samurais, which is a matching game.
I printed off 2 sets of the cards I created, backed them, and laminated them. The boys have played with them a ton since the party.
For the food I created cupcake toppers.
I finally figured out how to make the great swirls on the top of the cupcakes. They are actually super easy you just need an extra large decorating tip . If the tip doesn’t fit your normal bag, don’t worry I have it on good authority that if you tape it to the end with masking tape that works too
I also made juice box wrappers and water bottle wrappers.
We had a great time, but most importantly this guy had a blast!
You can download all the files here in 1 zipped file. It includes: the invitation, cupcake toppers, drink wrappers, party favors, memory game, and bunting.