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  • Desserts

    Homemade cake & cupcakes with buttercream frosting

  • Activities / Games

    Strike Out the Villian bowling, Diffuse the Bomb balloon burst, X-Ray Vision guessing game, and beanbag toss.

  • Party Favors

    Personalized tees, capes, & masks. Assorted trinkets & candy.

  • What People Ate

    Hero sandwiches, courageous cornies (corn dog nuggets), crunchy chicken nuggets, fantastic fruit, pow-wow potato salad, power puffs (cheese puffs), stupendous spud shields (potato chips), hero chow (muddy buddies/puppy chow chex mix), brilliant brownie pops

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37 comments

  • Sharon K

    Sharon K wrote:

    You NEVER cease to amaze me girl ;-) You're my party "Hero"!!!!

  • Christina M

    Christina M wrote:

    EXCEPTIONAL as usual!! Way to go Mandy! ?

  • Heather T

    Heather T wrote:

    Wow! I am amazed! This is a fabulous party. Thank you for the inspiration and awesome ideas to include in my son's party!

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    Mandy H wrote:

    Thank you so much, ladies! :)

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    Elisa O wrote:

    Hi Mandy, Loved your party ideas. What did you paint your liter bottles with for the villian bowling?

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    Mandy H wrote:

    Hi Elisa! Just regular ol' spray paint! :) I just used what I had on hand, so it was a variety of different brands. I did not prime them first either. Took a couple of coats though! Thanks!

  • Irene R

    Irene R wrote:

    Hi, Great party! :) Where did you get the black building back drop?

  • Irene R

    Irene R wrote:

    Hi, Great party! :) Where did you get the black building back drop?

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    Mandy H wrote:

    Thank you, Irene! I had the black skyline made. It's heavy foam core.

  • Shelly K

    Shelly K wrote:

    Thanks for all the awesome ideas. Were the bags like that from Oriental trading or did you do that? Also, the bags and shirt for your som with the initial where and how?

  • Mandy H

    Mandy H wrote:

    Hi Shelly, The bags from Oriental Trading come exactly as you see pictured. Other than adding a name tag, I did nothing to those! The shirts were iron-on transfers ... the image was part of the printable party kit I ordered from Anders Ruff. I enlarged them & printed onto transfer paper, and then ironed onto white tees. Each child received one with his/her initial in the large Oriental Trading bag, along with a cape & mask.

  • Shelly K

    Shelly K wrote:

    You are awesome.. thanks so much we already had one superhero and he wants another.

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    Rebecca B wrote:

    Love this party! Any way you could post a link to the bags? I am having trouble finding them! Thanks!

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    Mandy H wrote:

    I'm sorry, Rebecca. I wasn't able to find them today either. I ordered them back around Thanksgiving, so it's possible that they're discontinued now. So sorry!

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    Events By Noelle Kidz W wrote:

    Did you make your capes?

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    Lorelei A wrote:

    Hi, what an amazing party i love everything about it. Where did youget the tin comic pics from or did you make them they look great ?

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    Lorelei A wrote:

    Hiyour party was amazing im so glad i found you on pinterest. I was wondering where you got your tin pictures from and what you used for the city look popcorn bar containers ? my sons superheroe party is in two weeks thanks for the inspiration and ideas.

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    Lorelei A wrote:

    Hiyour party was amazing im so glad i found you on pinterest. I was wondering where you got your tin pictures from and what you used for the city look popcorn bar containers ? my sons superheroe party is in two weeks thanks for the inspiration and ideas.

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    Lorelei A wrote:

    oh and more questions im sorry . how did you play the xray vision guessing game? thanks

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    Mandy H wrote:

    Thank you, Lorelei! I appreciate your kind words! The tin signs are from www.posters.com. http://www.allposters.com/-st/Entertainment-Tin-Signs-Posters_c78192_.htm The canisters for the popcorn are clear acrylic jars I purchased at Wal-Mart in the kitchen dept. And since the kids at my party were really young, we kept the games simple. For the X-ray vision game, I just passed the bags around one at a time & let the kids stick their hands in and guess. When it was guessed correctly, we moved on to the next bag.

  • Maryann C

    Maryann C wrote:

    love this, where did you get them???

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    Mandy H wrote:

    Most of them were from www.posters.com, but a couple came from Amazon! :)

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    Gloria Q wrote:

    How does this game goes? What are the rules?

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    Gloria Q wrote:

    NICE! How did you do this?

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    Mandy H wrote:

    Thank you both! The beanbag game board was simply a sheet of thin lumber from Home Depot that my husband drilled large holes into & I painted (by hand). The comic tins were from www.posters.com.

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    Mandy H wrote:

    We were playing with a bunch of 3 & 4 year olds, so there really were no rules. LOL! We opted for this rather than a pinata ... each balloon was filled with a small trinket (tattoo, sticker, bouncy ball, tiny cars & skateboards, etc) and each kid had to pop the balloon in any way they could to get to the prize. It was a total free-for-all and totally wild! :)

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    Jonesy J wrote:

    how did this game work?

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    Mandy H wrote:

    It was just a sensory guessing game. All of the items hidden in the bag were very textural - feather, pinecone, dry rice, etc. The kids closed their ones one at a time, and we went down the line one at a time allowing them to stick their hand in to make a guess until someone guessed properly.

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    Jonesy J wrote:

    nice! i needed one more game to round the party out and this seems like the kids would have fun!

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    Sue B wrote:

    Where did you find or did you make your goodie bags?

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    Mandy H wrote:

    The large tote bags were from Oriental Trading, and I believe they've been discontinued. The small treat bags on the bottom shelf were homemade. And the capes were from Wal-Mart. :)

  • Mary Ellen P

    Mary Ellen P wrote:

    where did you get the print on the letters for Caleb? Love it!!

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    Mandy H wrote:

    Mary Ellen - I'm not sure which letters you're asking about specifically, but all of the printables came from AndersRuff.com (including the superhero intial emblems on the shirts). Thanks!

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    Whitney O wrote:

    How did u make the pins?? Looks like 2 L soda bottles painted??? Also the back part, is that a kids project board from Walmart??

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    Whitney O wrote:

    I love this! WOuld you be willing to share your signage? My sons name starts with C as well and would love to have these for his bday party in one week! Thanks in advance! whitney.odom07@gmail.com

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    Whitney O wrote:

    this one as well??

  • Jennifer '

    Jennifer ' wrote:

    hi where did you find this?!? I would love this for my sons birthday his name also starts with c!! jheath0430@gmail.com

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