We are celebrating Eli's birthday this weekend, so we're getting ready!
I want Eli to have an appreciation for handmade things and DiY-ing stuff, so I had him help me make birthday goodie bags for the kids that come to the party!
Here's what we put in the bags:
Elias Lego Logo Stickers
We also made Lego People and Lego Brick crayons! Eli LOVED making them!
So that Lego Birthday Kit comes with 10 Lego People and little Official Lego Builder cards, some stickers, a birthday card, thank you cards, and invites, it's totally worth the $19!
I got these Rainbow Happy Birthday bags on super sale at Target, they weren't Lego, so we made them Lego! I printed out this Lego head I created in photoshop onto sticker paper, cut em out and Eli put them on the bags! Tada Lego Bags!
I decided to print the Lego Head smaller on card stock for cupcake toppers!
Now the best for last! This was/is Eli's favorite!
A few years ago I made Valentine Heart Crayons. I used a metal mold then.
The Lego molds are silicone, so I had to do things a little different (not much though). We had the Lego People mold for ice, I think I got it free on Lego.com awhile back. You can buy them there or on Amazon - Here's both for sale!
To start I used the exacto knife and sliced down the crayon wrappers because they are VERY hard to peel!! Trust me! So Eli took the wrappers off and broke the crayons into pieces.
Then he put them into the silicone molds. We put the silicone molds on a cookie sheet, and then set the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. I set the timer for about 6 mins and kept a close eye on them!
We let them cool and harden for about an hour.
They turned out pretty darn awesome!
We put them in little baggies so they wouldn't mark anything else in the goodie bags and sealed them with a sticker! Eli wants to make more! :)
We are still working on the Lego piñata we build, and we have a few more things to make!
I'll share them with you all as people finish them! :)
Let me know what you think or if you have any ideas for the party!Pin It