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We held a joint birthday party for my two boys at their karate studio. The both LOVE Lego Ninjago, so that was the theme. All the kids had a blast!!
When the karate instructor cut the cake with his Samurai sword. The kids were in awe!!!
Most Touching Moment
So many of the kids said it was the best birthday party they had ever been to. That made my day!
Every kid loved wearing their Ninjago shirts and headbands. Some wore them as karate belts.
What People Ate
Chinese Take Out containers filled with cheese, crackers and fruit.
What People Drank
Ninjago water bottles
Ninjago cake and cupcakes, each with its own ninjago character
Activities / Games
The karate studio provided all the fun and entertainment!
The most expensive thing was to rent the karate studio. The giant balloons were $4 each plus $2 each to fill them at Party City. The cake image was $8 from etsy. I also ordered the giant Ninjago eyes from etsy. I found the black t-shirts at the dollar store and the dark t-shirt iron on paper was only $.50 a shirt. We had the extra legos, so the favors were a total of only $1.50 each. Since I made the invitations and all the printables, it wasn't very expensive.
Ninjago t-shirts that I made by ironing on the Ninjago eyes, personalized headbands with their name ironed on, and small take home boxes filled with legos and Ninjago stickers