LEGO Themed Birthday Party

LEGO Themed Birthday Party

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I can NOT wait to share this LEGO themed party with you. It’s completely DIY, inexpensive to put together and so freaking awesome!

My friend Sarah, mom to two adorable little boys (Reagan and Campbell), put this party together for Reagan’s 5th birthday. I was completely Facebook stalking her because she kept posting progress pictures. I asked if she would be willing to share what she crafted up for this day and provide any tips, instructions and templates so others could follow her lead.

Duh, I have amazing friends and she said yes.

There are quite a few quick-projects that can be worked on while watching TV, during bathtime or whenever you find that you aren’t doing a ton of other things. This may appear overwhelming but just know that you literally have an ENTIRE party planned in this one post.

Sarah has broken down each part of the party into sections and included instructions, a list of materials and printables (if applicable). I’m telling you, this will be the easiest party you’ll plan.

Friends, meet Sarah. Sarah…friends.

Without further ado, I give you…Reagan’s 5th Birthday party.

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First off, I use my Cricut machine for almost everything crafty that I do.  Also one of the best tools I’ve found is this…it’s a large circular hole punch.  The handy thing about it is that you can see exactly what you are punching out.  I also have a ridiculous amount of card stock and other papers that I use.


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INSTRUCTIONS: So much fun, but a bit messy and ridiculous!  I found the Lego brick and men forms on Amazon.  I bought all new crayons because I wanted the crayons to all be the perfect color.  As I went along, not so important!  So this is the hard part.  First you have to strip all the paper off the crayons.  Seems easy?  Not so much.  I ended up enlisting my husband to help me. We used an Xacto knife to slice the paper open and then peeled the paper off.  Sometimes it came right off.  Other times, not so much.  My fingers were definitely in need of repair after this project.  These are the directions I used, and it worked!

  1.  Preheat your oven to 225 degrees F.
  2. Peel the labels off of 16 crayons and cut the crayons into smaller chunks approximately an eighth-inch in size. Cutting the chunks into a uniform shape will help the crayons melt evenly.
  3. Fill all of the individual ice cube molds with the crayon chunks until they are even with the top of the mold.
  4. Place the ice cube tray onto a cookie sheet and place it in the oven for 10 to 12 minutes or until the crayon pieces are completely melted. Since the ice cube tray is made out of silicone, it can easily withstand the oven temperature.
  5. Remove the ice cube tray from the oven and set aside to cool for approximately an hour.
  6. Carefully remove each crayon from the mold by pushing them out from the front with your fingers. If the crayons aren’t able to be removed easily, it is likely because they haven’t completely cooled. In that case, set them aside and try again later.

***Note***Line baking sheet with foil unless you want waxy crayon residue all over your baking sheet.


  • Crayola Crayons
  • Patience
  • Mold

*supplies can be purchased HERE.


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Download the coloring book here. Print and staple it together.

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  • Cardstock for the cover
  • Copying paper

*supplies can be purchased HERE.


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INSTRUCTIONS: I got a pack of assorted gift bags and simply cut out circles using my gigantic hole punch and glued them to the front of the goodie bags to look like Lego pieces.


  • Gift Bags
  • Assorted cardstock
  • Large Hole Punch
  • Glue

*supplies can be purchased HERE.


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INSTRUCTIONS: I traced the Lego silhouette (download available below) onto different colored paper, cut out letters from my Cricut Machine and strung together a banner that read “Happy Birthday” with alternating Lego pieces and Lego silhouettes.  For the Lego pieces I used a rectangle and cut out circles using my handy dandy hole punch.

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  • Cricut – or a steady hand for cutting out letters
  • Multicolor cardstock or scrapbook paper
  • Large hole punch
  • Small hole punch
  • Ribbon
  • Lego Silhouette pattern

*supplies can be purchased HERE.


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I created a document with digital scrapbook paper, printed it, cut it out and made fun cupcake toppers (download printable below).  I glued two circles back to back with a lollipop stick in the middle.


  • Multicolor cardstock or scrapbook paper
  • Large hole punch
  • Glue
  • Lego Cupcake Topper Printable
  • Lollipop Sticks

*supplies (including cupcake stands) can be purchased HERE.

Editor note: Just Google “scrapbook paper” and look through the images. Once you find what you need, copy and paste it to a document and hit print. You’ll now have a scrapbook paper-looking printed document that you can cut into circles by using your big punch.

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I used a sheet of label paper to print off the Lego heads and used my hole punch to cut them out.  Viola…cute cups.  Oh and I always get my cups and things at the Dollar Store.


  • Dollar store cups in color of your choice
  • Full sheet labels
  • Lego Cup Printable

*supplies can be purchased HERE.


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Sugar cookies – I’m mildly obsessed with making sugar cookies to fit a theme for pretty much any birthday party.  I used a rectangular cookie cutter to make LEGO pieces and then used a circular cookie cutter to make the Lego faces.  I used royal icing to draw on the Lego faces.


  • Circular Cookie Cutter
  • Rectangular Cookie Cutter
  • Royal Icing
  • Food Coloring
  • My awesome cookie recipe
  • Goodie bags
  • Ribbon

*supplies can be purchased HERE.

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Throw back of “Pin the Tail on the Donkey

I traced the Lego Silhouette onto butcher paper.  I cheated and used a projector at school…not sure how I would have done this at home?  Cut it out and glued it to poster board.  I cut out a bunch of “5’s” with my Cricut to pin onto the Lego man   The child that came the closest to the “5” on the Lego man won.


  • Lego Silhouette pattern (below)
  • Steady hand and/or projector
  • Poster Board
  • Multi-colored cardstock or scrapbook paper
  • Tape
  • Glue
  • Cricut for cutting numbers

*supplies can be purchased HERE.

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Even Sarah can’t believe she prepped so much for this party. I, for one, am grateful that she did because that means I don’t have to. Yes, I’m lazy at times…many times.

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