This week I am in go, go, go party planning mode! But, I didn’t want to leave you completely hanging with no idea of what I have been working on. So this post will be big on pictures and small on words. Here is a little sneak peek of some of the LEGO Batman awesomeness.

Super Hero Action Bubble Signs

I made a bunch of action word bubble signs to display as decorations. I will post a tutorial next week. This project involved my Cricut and a ton of glue!

Bam Action Bubble Sign

Next, I fancied up some regular plastic cups. I created a bat shaped template on my computer, printed it out on heavy cardstock and used that to trace the pattern onto black cardstock. Then it was time to cut, cut, cut! Glue the bat shape directly to the cup. It was a good project to do while catching up on my shows.
 
Batman Plastic Cup for party
 
I have also been busy sewing superhero capes for each of the kids. I made them using two different techniques. Both methods are easy and fast. I will post a tutorial on this as well.
 
12 capes 
Last, I wanted to share with you the bat masks that will go with the capes for the kids.
 
How to: DIY Batman Mask

 In case you missed it, check out how I made super hero bean bags for a special bean bag toss game.

finished bags 3

And don’t forget about invitations!

LEGO Batman Invitation

 I will be sharing the entire party, plus some cool tutorials next week. But for now . . . Holy, time is running out, Batman – the party is in two days!

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3 Comments on LEGO Batman Party Preview

    • Maureen,
      I actually just used regular Elmer’s school glue. Since the cups were getting thrown out after the party I didn’t worry about them adhering for a long time. You could also use Mod Podge to attach them.
      Laura

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