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Monday, February 11, 2013

Tara & Mason's LEGO party!

Wow! Seems like forever since my last blog. We haven't vanished or stopped blogging. I'd love to tell you we have been on a break holidaying in the tropics or something lovely like that but reality is we have been flat out!
Christmas along with 2 birthdays within 2 weeks keeps mummy on her toes which is why we try to squash it all in together to celebrate. The kids share a party (while we can still get away with it!) as most of their friends are the same anyways so when Tara chose her Lego theme the preparations got underway and here is the result...

Lego invitations
The two birthday buddies with their proud parents

The food table

Outdoor area

Mason's LEGO shirt

Necklace and bracelet making

Paint your own brick

Free play

The LEGO cake

LEGO name

LEGO name

Making marshmallow pops

Finished marshmallow pops

Lego cookies 

LEGO men lollipops and LEGO fruit holder

LEGO water labels

Pass the "Brick"
We used Tara's LEGO shaped lunchbox to pass around the circle.If the music stopped while you were holding it. You got to choose a LEGO gift from the prize box in the middle of the circle

BRICK and SPOON race
A plastic spoon and a 8 sized brick from start to finish without dropping it

Build a LEGO man game
You have to find each part of your LEGO man in each container. Put him together and first to show me a complete man with legs,body,head and hair wins.
Each container was filled with sand, bird seed, soapy water or rice.

BRICK transfer game
A pile of 4 sized LEGO in the center of the table. Each person has a bowl and straw. Within 2 minutes you have to transfer as many LEGO pieces as possible into your bowl without using hands. Just sucking to hold the brick on the straw. 

Prize Box


How i made the PINATA

2yr old gift bags
Colouring pages from LEGO.com, board book, stickers,play dough, builder bubbles, LEGO ring and a mini figure

LEGO favour heads
Hubby spray painted these baby food jars and i added the face. Filled them with wrapped lollies as favours

5yr old gift bags
colouring pages from LEGO.com. a homemade LEGO crayon, stickers,play dough,bubbles,a mini figure, lollies in a legohead jar, lego ring, and a duplo thank you card

Homemade LEGO play dough
I found a LEGO mould at a cake decorating shop and used it to fill with play dough and gently release to make LEGO play dough

1 comment:

  1. I love all the things that you made for the party, specially the piƱata, I want to make it, but I need some guidance, so did you use the head storage as a mold? And if you did, how did you manage to get it out after the paper was dry, did you use glue or made the flour one?