Lego Printable Party Kit

This is Noah.

Noah is turning 10 this Friday, and guess what he wants… “so bad”?
Yep,  Legos.
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!

1.  BAGS

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.

2. Invitations

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.  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!)
  • Download this Kit here

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.
Want to make your own? Grab this downloadable template.
[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:

3 Folders
1. PDF (Lego water bottle labels, Lego bag topper, Lego cupcake topper, Lego Dark Side Invite)
2. JPG  (Lego water bottle labels, Lego bag topper, Lego cupcake topper, Lego Dark Side Invite)
3. PSD (Lego cupcake topper, Lego Dark Side Invite, water bottle Label Template)

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Once you’ve designed your Lego Goodies: UPLOAD AND ORDER
   Invites .89¢ ea or a Pack of 25 for $19.99 (includes envelopes)
   Water bottle Labels – 6 @ $2.49
   4×6 Party Bag Toppers .29¢ ea
 $5 flat U.S.
$10 flat International
{ we would love to see your lego party!– post pics on our FB wall here }

Tell us what you think!

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  2. We’re having a lego party for our 5 year old son tomorrow, thank you, thank you for your free printables…it’s such a nice touch!

  3. It is necessary to move the Lego Party file folder from the zipped folder to your desktop (or another designated location), which will “unzip” the files and they will be viewable.

  4. I am trying to open the files (They are just what I was looking for for my son’s 5th birthday this coming weekend!) but everytime I try to extract the files, they are password proteted. I tried to download the file a second time and I am getting the same message. Can you help?

  5. Thank you! I saw another blog that used construction and dot stickers to make drink boxes look like bricks, but I am not a fan of drink boxes because of the garbage they generate. I love this for the water bottles, which I can recycle. And that kit has been in my wish list on Kaboodle for a bit – thanks for the coupon!

  6. Thank you!!
    My son is 9 this Thursday and I’m making a lego cake…looks like I will be even busier this week playing with your ideas. Thank you!!

  7. I would love yop use these for my sons lego party next week, they are awesome. But everytime I click on the link it says the files have been removed? Any ideas? Thanks.