Noah is turning 10 this Friday, he wants more Lego’s.
When can a child have enough Legos?
As we have been planning Noah’s birthday, we thought, “hey, we should share what we are doing with our friends”….
So, here it is folks – a few ideas & free downloads for your next Lego event!
We bought plain colored gift bags. Noah traced large circles (from a plastic cup) on card stock. He then cut out four circles to make a “lego block” bag.
I created the invitations with a Star Wars theme & this Lego font
Water bottle Labels & Bag toppers were created with the help of this awesome Laura Banasiak kit: step-by-step. (no longer available) We asked Laura if we could share these hybrid items with you as a free download – and being the generous person that she is… she said yes! Thanks Laura.
- Make More! (ie, a Birthday Banner, Coordinating Scrapbook Layouts, a brag book for the party guests, or the birthday boy himself!)
3. Treat/Cello bags
1/2 full of bubble gum (any candy will work) and then we stapled on this 4×6 Lego bag topper.
–> tip: Persnickety Prints uses a photographic print process (ie, no ink) = no crack on the folds.
4. Water Bottle Labels
Our favorite. Every customer that comes into our store receives a special water bottle with a custom Persnickety Prints label.
—> Because our photographic prints are waterproof, these labels will resist condensation.
[6-up on an 8.5×11 canvas- fits most water bottles]
Hopefully these free digital downloads will come in handy for your next Lego event!
Included in this download:
- PDF (Lego water bottle labels, Lego bag topper, Lego cupcake topper, Lego Dark Side Invite)
- JPG (Lego water bottle labels, Lego bag topper, Lego cupcake topper, Lego Dark Side Invite)
- PSD (Lego cupcake topper, Lego Dark Side Invite, water bottle Label Template)
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