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We had a Power Ranger Training Camp birthday party. When the kids arrived they decorated slap bracelets to be Power ranger wrist bands. Then they put on their "Ranger Training Gear" which was a homemade Power Ranger Samurai Shirt, belt, pool noodle sword and duct tape samuraizer. They racticed their sword skills bu keeping balloons in the air. We had relay races to practice speed. They got the bad guys with marshmallow shooters made of a PVC pipe piece a balloon and duct tape. The used these on targets we had set up of Nylock pictures tied onto a ladder ball game frame. We had bubble swords to also blast the Nylocks. The guests ate sandwich sushi in labeled sandwich containers with chopsticks. We had a small candy bar on the dessert table with a candy for each ranger. I made cupcakes, cake and marshmallow pops and a lot of candy sushi for the samurai rangers!

Idea

Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    Sandwich sushi and snacks

  • What People Drank

    Labeled water bottles and Power Ranger Juice Boxes

  • Desserts

    Candi Sushi, cupcakes, cake pops and marshmallow pops

  • Party Favors

    Homework Kit school boxes with vinyl power ranger logos-filled with ranger crayons, notepad, markers, pencils and a sushi eraser. A homemade Power Ranger bottle cap key chain was attached to the label.

  • Activities / Games

    Ranger Training including: Sword practice with balloons Nylock blasting with marshmallow shooters and bubble swords relay races super power slap bracelets

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54 comments

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    Kim M wrote:

    Very creative! I can tell alot of planning went into your party. I will be having a Ninjago party soon. Thanks for the ideas. =)

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    Samantha F wrote:

    where u get the stuff for the shirts like this idea for my child were having power ranger party also

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    Samantha F wrote:

    were you get the bottle labels and juice boxes?were you get all ur ideas my daughter really want power ranger party i dont know were start

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    Amarilis F wrote:

    Could you please tell me where were the t-shirts ordered from?

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    Paige B wrote:

    Hello there! I really like the shirts, can you please let me know who made these? Thank you!

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    Cherie P wrote:

    Can you let me know where you got the power ranger logo for the t-shirts or did you make it? Thanks so much! I have a little Power Ranger party coming up and would love to have that for the shirts.

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    Dana B wrote:

    Can u please tell me where you found those shirts at and how you make the belts???

  • Alexandra H

    Alexandra H wrote:

    Would like info on how to make the shirts please.

  • Kristen A

    Kristen A wrote:

    What a cute idea! Can you send me the info on how you did the shirts please?

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    Deedee N wrote:

    Tshirts are awesome, can you share the source?

  • Catherine W

    Catherine W wrote:

    I would love to know what you used to make these shirts.

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    Catherine W wrote:

    I love the use of pencil cases.

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    Jessica C wrote:

    I have to do this for my son's party!!! Please any tips help!!!

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    Dawn L wrote:

    How did you make the t-shirts and samuraizers? I would love to do this for my little guys party. You did a great job.

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    Jill H wrote:

    I love everything about this party. It is amazing! My little man wants a Power Ranger party for his 4th birthday. I would love to have more details. How did you make the samuraizers? Also how did you make the belts? Did you make the cupcake toppers? I would just love to have some more info.

  • Andrea F

    Andrea F wrote:

    Are there details on creating any of these things somewhere? I'm new to this site! I love these shirts.

  • Patty H

    Patty H wrote:

    Must say, you really have a talent for putting a Power Ranger Party together!!! Borrowed a few of your ideas for our Aden. Really impressive outcome. Great Job!!!!

  • Selina V

    Selina V wrote:

    Hi where did you get the juice from?? Love your ideas. Very creative

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    Samantha N wrote:

    Would love to know how you made these shirst!

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    Kenia C wrote:

    hi =) How did you make the samuraizers?? can you please help me?? thanks =)... I love everything about this party !!!!

  • Candice W

    Candice W wrote:

    Where did you get the t-shirts? I found them on amazon but they're $20 each!

  • Candice W

    Candice W wrote:

    My son is about to turn four and loves power rangers. Where did you get the shirts? I found them on amazon but they were $20 each! Yikes!

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    Ines M wrote:

    I really hope I get a reply can you provide links or resources on how to make the belts and samuraizer s please

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    Gisele R wrote:

    Can you tell me how you did this and also the phones? Thanks!!

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    Stephanie D wrote:

    Love this Power Ranger party! My son is turning 5 and I'm planning his Power Ranger party now! Where did you find the white slap bracelets? And how did you make the belts? Basically just the buckles, where did you find them? Thank you!

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    Kathie K wrote:

    Lauren - You did an absolutely wonderful job on this party! Can you please share where you got the Power Ranger printables and how you made the t-shirts, belts and samuraziers? I really appreciate the help! I only hope I can do what you did justice. Thank you for your help.

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    Melissa D wrote:

    I want to ask the same as Kathie K. Where did you get the power ranger printables, t-shirts, etc. any how to details would be greatly appreciated. My son is turning 6 and wants a power ranger party. I know nothing about power rangers! Help! Melissa

  • Dawn M

    Dawn M wrote:

    Do you reply to these questions privately? I'd love to know the answers! Sharing would be helpful :)

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    A D wrote:

    I would also like information about the printables and what kind of tape you used on the pool noodle swords. My son's party is this week and I have the pool noodles but wanted to see how you did that.

  • Riley P

    Riley P wrote:

    Can you please give me the info on how you made the t-shirts? They are so darling!!!

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    Ashley D wrote:

    Has anyone received a response? I love the shirts and other ideas, but need some more direction! Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  • Cindy D

    Cindy D wrote:

    Would love to know how you made the t-shirts....My sons 4th bday party is June 23rd and he would be thrilled to have one!

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    Melissa D wrote:

    No responses here. But I am in the process of doing my sons PR party. I am going to use either black ducktape or iron on a strip of ribbon for the t-shirts. For the emblem I plan on using iron-on that can be used by inject printers. The dollar stores had quite a bit of other items, foam swords, toy cell phones for samuraizers, sandwich boxes, chopsticks, etc. Hope this helps.

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    Iris L wrote:

    hi there, can you tell me what material is around the bottom of each sword? I'm thinking it might be duct tape? Does it stick on pretty well? Or is there a trick to keeping it connected to the sword itself? Thanks! Your party look awesome, btw!

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    Cissy T wrote:

    how did you make these belts

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    Cissy T wrote:

    also would like to know how you made the samerizors please

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    Cissy T wrote:

    does anyone know how these were made

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    Jennifer C wrote:

    how did you make these? These came out great!

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    Kimberly V wrote:

    Where did you get the neat die cuts for the megazord?

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    Kimberly V wrote:

    Amazing party!!! I absolutely love it!

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    Lisa T wrote:

    Iove the party! Would love more info on how to make the shirts And belts. Lisaakalilbit@yahoo.com

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    Tracey G wrote:

    how did you make these? thanks

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    Tracey G wrote:

    Also like to know how you made or where you got the shirts from, love the party!!!

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    Chiquita G wrote:

    hi lauren i love your party. i would love to know how did you make the shirts as well as the belts and the samuraizers

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    Lisa R wrote:

    Any word on how the tshirts were made or where u get them?

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    Linda J wrote:

    These shirts are great! Could you give me more information on how you did this?

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    Pania P wrote:

    wow seriously awesome party poppped on could u give me info on how you made the shirts the belts and the samuraizers pls id like to use them possibly :-)

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    E F wrote:

    Not sure how she made the belts here, but I made a similar belt for my son's Fireman Sam costume. I used Duck Tape. I simply stuck 2 pieces of tape together (sticky side together). Then it looks like she glued spray painted plastic lids onto the belts.

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    E F wrote:

    It looks like she made a Duck Tape wallet. Simply Google "Duck Tape Wallet Tutorial" and you should be able to find it.

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    E F wrote:

    Looks like Duck Tape to me too. Best bet would be to make sure you wrap the tape all the way around the noodle so that it sticks to itself.

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    Tuyet H wrote:

    How'd you do the shirts"

  • Sarah P

    Sarah P wrote:

    My son would like shirts like these, did you purchase them or make them? Thank you!

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    Sherita B wrote:

    How do you make these shirts?

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    Tracy B wrote:

    how did you make the belts

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