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I was dedicated to the basic Lego bricks and minifigures. I built silverware holders out of Legos, created a orange Lego cake and a minifigure cake.
I used primary colors for my decorations.

Each child built a Lego kit to take home with them. I also had a Minifigure Builder Station where each child built 3 Minifigures to take home. Using the Lego cups from the Lego store's Pick-A- Brick; I separated legs, middles, heads, hair & accessories. ($ Saver: It's more cost effective to order Pick-A-Brick from www.Lego.com than buying in the Lego stores. However, they do ship from Denmark, so order early)

I also created gift bag tags from a Lego minifigure creator that I found online and made minifigure glycerin soap.

The party invitation was an outline of a red minifigure holding a card with the party information. I downloaded the Lego font for the invite and used it for the child's name on the gift bag.

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12 comments

  • B Moore Celebrations B

    B Moore Celebrations B wrote:

  • Behar Party Designs *

    Behar Party Designs * wrote:

    How did you make these soaps. These are so awesome!!

  • B Moore Celebrations B

    B Moore Celebrations B wrote:

    I used the Lego Minifigure Popsicle mold. I'd be happy to work with you if you'd like some. Thanks! Brandi

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    Jaydee G wrote:

    hi, where did you buy this invitation? where can I find them?

  • B Moore Celebrations B

    B Moore Celebrations B wrote:

    Hi Jaydee, I actually created those invitations from scratch. I'd love to work with you if you'd like some. You can email me directly @ brandimoore@columbus.rr.com Thanks! Brandi

  • Holly  Y

    Holly Y wrote:

    What a fun idea! lOVE THIS!

  • Holly  Y

    Holly Y wrote:

    Very cool!

  • B Moore Celebrations B

    B Moore Celebrations B wrote:

    I actually made these invitations myself and would be able to work with you on them.

  • B Moore Celebrations B

    B Moore Celebrations B wrote:

    Thanks Holly! I got the idea from visiting the Lego store. They had made one for pens & pencils at the register.

  • B Moore Celebrations B

    B Moore Celebrations B wrote:

    Thanks Holly!

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    Lennia H wrote:

    How did you make the soaps? I have ordered the molds. I want to do chocolate, crayons and soap. The first two I have a handle but I am lost when it come to soap making. Please help?

  • B Moore Celebrations B

    B Moore Celebrations B wrote:

    Lennia, You can purchase glycerin soap from any craft store and also pick-up dyes. Here's the products from Amazon. Super easy to melt and fill the molds. I didn't add a scent. http://www.amazon.com/Life-Party-5-Pound-Clear-Glycerin/dp/B002PNR22O/ref=sr_1_8?s=arts-crafts&ie=UTF8&qid=1405626489&sr=1-8&keywords=glycerin+soap

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