Ninjago Birthday Party
For any little boy (or girl!) who loves Legos, this Ninjago party would be a hit!
DIY foam fortune cookies filled with goodies for a Ninjago party
Nunchucks made from pipe insulation, dragon duct tape, pipe cleaners, and a crocheted yarn "chain". I made these!
Doorway bean bag toss- made my own version of this using all felt and with monsters where the bean bags go through their mouths. Anyway, my boys really like it and get excited to play when I pull it out. And it was really easy to make. The hardest part was cutting all the felt. I finished it in a couple of days. And I glued it all- no sewing!
Doorway Bean Bag Toss-I'll modify it to make it Ninjago party appropriate. The boya can throw shurikens through it instead of bean bags.
Craft, Interrupted: Ninja Party Headbands
Lego Party: LEGO JARS: Peel off the wrappers and take off the lids. Lay out newspaper on a flat surface or use an old box to set the jars on. Turn jars upside down and spray the first coat of Krylon "Sun Yellow" gloss to cover the bottom and round edges of the jar. Once dry, turn over and spray 1-2 more coats. Spray the jars and lids (while off) from all angles. Don't paint the inside. Tip: 1 can of spray paint covered about 30 jars & lids with 2-3 coats. Next time I may not spray the top of the jar (where the spirals are) because it makes it more difficult to put the lid on.
ninja hood - last-minute, fleece, tutorial and removeable mouth/face cover flap unique (seems genius because I can't imagine my son going whole night trick-or-treating without wanting his mouth and nose uncovered, frequently, and I sure don't want to retying that jimmy-rigged t-shirt ninja hood every other door bell)
Last minute Ninja costume! | Secret Agent Josephine
Ninjago Pencil Case - I am totally going to make these! I can buy pencil boxes for $.50 right now in the Back to School section at Walmart. Print out eyes, cover with contact paper and voila! This is a much more practical and reusable favor box than the other options I've found.
Ninja pinata For the pinata she used foam wreath forms from a craft store for the top and bottom and wrapped posted board around it, secured with duct tape. Since the poster board is quite strong I scored it with scissors so the kids would be able to break it. Then used tissue paper and watered down white glue to like paper mache for the colour and drew on the eyes. We had about 10 kids here and each one got about 6 or 7 turns before it broke open, was really strong.
Ninjago Piñata - It would have to be red, of course, for Calvin.
Ninjago Goody Buckets - I should have snagged some in the $ section at Michael's last weekend.