Thursday, 24 January 2013

Freebie Thursday: Lego Party Printables

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Today's free printables are the last of the bits I created for my son's Lego party (missed the previous posts? Read the round-up of our Lego party here). 

The first thing I'm sharing is my Lego bumps printable. There are two pages on this PDF. The first is my Lego bumps "paper" which you could use for decor, wrapping party food - the uses are only limited by your imagination! Here's an example (chocolate bars wrapped to look like Lego bricks).


The second page of the PDF is more intended for punching out the "bumps" to glue onto things. For instance, creating cheap and easy Lego party bags or wrapping gifts to look like Lego bricks. Each bump is 2 inches wide and I recommend using a circle cutter. 



(Yes I know the bumps on the presents don't have "Lego" written on them - I hadn't created the printable at the time of wrapping these. But you get the idea!)

Here's the link to my Google Doc account so you can download or print the file:


The second printable I'm making available is the little Lego heads that I used on the straws:


Again, it's a two page PDF file. I printed the Lego figure heads straight onto yellow card, so the first page of the printable is just the black and white outline for people who want to do the same. But obviously not everyone has a convenient stash of coloured card stock to hand, so I've also created a second sheet of Lego heads which print in colour. 


Don't forget you can also download and print the Lego games I used at the party...


The Lego games printables can be found in last week's Freebie Thursday post.

If anyone uses any of my printables for their own Lego party and blogs about it I'd love it if you left a link to the post in the comments. Or if you've done a Lego party in the past I'd love to hear about that too (just because I'm nosey and like checking out other people's party ideas). Even though I've done two Lego parties now I've been known to Pin more ideas "just in case"!

12 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for these printables. My godson loves lego, and I have been trying to find some printables for some time now for his birthday party. He will be so excited!! :)

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  2. thank you so much for these! they are SO cute! :)

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  3. Adorable pinning this and checking out your board :)

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  4. Following from Take-a-Look Tuesday at Sugar Bee Crafts.

    Then I'm going straight to gmail and send this link off to a BFF, whose son is having...get this...a LEGO party on Saturday. WOOHOO!

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    1. I hope your BFF's son has a great birthday - Lego parties are the best!

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  5. Adorable- thanks for sharing. My son is going to have a ninjago birthday party in March. This may come in handy. Visiting you from Sugar bee crafts. www.thememorynest.blogspot.com

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    1. I hope the party preparations go well - I'm following your blog on GFC now so I hope you'll be sharing some pics from your Lego party on your blog!

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  6. These are great! Definitely downloading them...just wish I'd had these a few years ago when I made these LEGO Cakes!

    http://myworldmadebyhand.blogspot.com/2011/04/lego-cakes.html

    Popping over from Clean & Scentsible!

    Jessica from myworldmadebyhand.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you Jessica! Will go check out your Lego cakes now :)

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  7. Hi, just found your site and what a breath of fresh air it is! After trying to make my friend's son a birthday card with lego on it was becoming impossible as most sites through google weren't what they appeared to be :-(

    Many, many thanks for your printables. I will definitely be a follower of your site from now on. Many thanks, Jo x

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    1. Glad you found my printables useful. :)

      It is sucky when you find something perfect through Google images, but it just leads you to a dodgy site.

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