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Go Ninja Go Ninja Go - A Joint Birthday Party

Melody F By Melody F  in Birthday

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44 comments

  • Angie L

    Angie L wrote:

    How did you make the shells?

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    They are just frisbees from the dollar store with holes drilled in to them :)

  • Vanessa V

    Vanessa V wrote:

    What exaclty did you cut up for the nunchucks?

  • Andrea W

    Andrea W wrote:

    What did you use for the chains on the Nun chucks?

  • Kerri B

    Kerri B wrote:

    Where did you buy the foam pieces and can you retype the instructions on how to make the nunchucks? I can't make out what the instructions in your picture frame say. Thank you! Awesome job!

  • Kerri B

    Kerri B wrote:

    Nevermind, i just found your other picture. But where did you buy the foam pieces? I have never seen swim noodles this color. Thanks!

  • Diana C

    Diana C wrote:

    hello, i was wondering where you got these foam pieces. i'm celebrating my son's 4th birthday and would love to make these

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    Suzanne S wrote:

    Hi! Is there any place I can purchase the pro tables for your party? I love them and cannot find them!

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    Suzanne S wrote:

    Also, where could I find these??? I love them!!!!!

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    Suzanne S wrote:

    How did you make the masks? Mine keep curling up! Thanks

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    Suzanne S wrote:

    Hi, where can I get these printable? They are adorable!!

  • Angie S

    Angie S wrote:

    How did you make the nunchucks?

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    Amber B wrote:

    Hi! where can i get those printables? they are adorable!

  • Amber P

    Amber P wrote:

    Where did you get these cute little cups

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    Amanda O wrote:

    Can anyone help me with where you can find the black and white chevron tape that is used in this party?

  • Melissa H

    Melissa H wrote:

    Where did you get the pizza candy???

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    Kristi E wrote:

    Where did you buy these blow up swords? They're awesome, and my sons would love them!

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    Kristi E wrote:

    I was wondering the same thing about the adorable turtle faces! :) Thank you!

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    Kristi E wrote:

    Where did you get these shirts?

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    Annie W wrote:

    Where can I find these?

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    Sharon M wrote:

    Do you have the instructions on the numchucks?

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    Mine curled up too...so I made them pretty wide!

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    Oriental Trading

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    The foam pieces are from the hardware store...Home Depot. They cover electrical cords.

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    Pinka Dot Shop on etsy

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    Pink Dot Shop on etsy

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    The popcorn boxes are from Oriental Trading and the printable is from Pinka Dot Shop on etsy

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    Zulily

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    The popcorn boxes are from Oriental Trading and the printable is from Pinka Dot Shop on etsy

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    The Pizza Candy is from Oriental Trading The instructions for the nunchucks are on a previous photo

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    That was a toy...not from the make your own station

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    Ashley W wrote:

    Where did you order the balloons with the faces on them? I can't find them anywhere. Thanks!

  • Courtney H

    Courtney H wrote:

    i'm confused about how you connect them with the ribbon. it says to use the skewer to pouch a hole in the foam and then use the tape, but that doesn't make sense to me, especially based on the picture and where the orange tape is. help!

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    Gabriela A wrote:

    Hola quisiera saber cómo hiciste los lunchaku y donde se conciguen los tubos gracias.......

  • Mylifeplus S

    Mylifeplus S wrote:

    Can you tell me what you used to hold the nunchucks together and the length that you cut the foam piping. Thank you

  • Gaby G

    Gaby G wrote:

    are they cupcake printables?

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    Kristen G wrote:

    Did you make this sword too or is it a toy? Love everything about your party

  • Melody M

    Melody M wrote:

    Where did you buy the green balloons with the number on them? Thanks

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    Lisa A wrote:

    What type of material did you use for the masks?

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    Yes, they are

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    The balloons with numbers were purchased from Party City. The faces are printables I found on etsy that I printed on label paper and put on plain green balloons.

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    It is a toy. Thanks!

  • Melody F

    Melody F wrote:

    They are just cheap t-shirts from the craft store and I cut the material into strips

  • Evelyn P

    Evelyn P wrote:

    What did you use to make the shell stay around the kids?