Lego Birthday Party: The Invitations

My son is crazy for Legos!  He always had been (which is a great thing.)  I hate it when they love something for one holiday and then as soon as it’s over with, and they have a ton of the toys, they decide they don’t like it anymore.  Ugh.  But not with Legos. They are classic!
I started planning last year, in fact.  Then at the last minute my son decided to have a Pokemon party.  (You can see our Pokemon Party posts here, here, here and here.)  But I’ve been keeping all my Lego ideas (and pins on Pinterest) because I was hoping this year he would want a lego party.  Sure enough!  We’re having a Lego party!
Here are the invitations we made.  Pretty simple but pretty darn cute.  And I didn’t have to buy a single thing to make them!  I had the paper (except I only had red at the time) and a circle punch.
Didn’t they turn out cute?
I used dimensionals to raise the circles so they would look like Lego “bumps”.
The inside was easy too.  I found this free printable here.
Cute, right?
We’re off to make more Lego creations.  Wait until you see the goodie bags =o)
 
I’m linking to the parties on my sidebar.
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Comments

  1. aw so cute, we did a lego star wars party last year. Thing is he keeps changing which lego he likes, it was lego star wars, then halo, then ninjago, yikes way too many.

  2. These are adorable!! You are so amazing! Can’t wait to see the rest!!

  3. They’re perfect! They do look just like legos!

  4. So cute! I have two lego loving girls…so a lego party could be in my future as well. Pinning this for future reference if needed. 😉

  5. Those are cute.

  6. These are super cute! I’m a new follower and I’d love for you to share this on Tuesday’s Tidbits @ Naptime Delights: http://naptimedelights.blogspot.ca/2012/06/tuesdays-tidbits-link-party-5.htmlThanks so much!
    Sarah
    {http://naptimedelights.blogspot.com}

  7. These are so fun! Legos are definitely a classic 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

  8. These are SO cute!! What a simple, but striking invite! I shared it with my Facebook readers here: https://www.facebook.com/LivingLifeIntentionally. Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Have a great week,
    Beth =-)

  9. What fun!! I love your invitations!! Thanks for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!

  10. Oh wow! The card really looks like legos. Nicely done. Thanks for sharing at The Sunday Showcase.

  11. Erin, So cute! 🙂 I know I will be hosting a Lego party in a the few years so I will pin this to add to my Lego party ideas! haha! Thanks for sharing this great post on Saturday Show & Tell @ Cheerios and Lattes last week! 🙂 Hope to see you again this weekend! 🙂
    Mackenzie

  12. So cute…we are doing a lego party for my son’s birthday. I think I am going to do invitations this way. Can you tell me what size circle punch this is (and if there was an extra cost for mailing because of thickness 🙂 )

  13. Hi Holly – the hole punch was 1 inch but it would vary on how big you make your cards. Mine were 4×5 1/2.

    Postage wasn’t more (yah!)

  14. I’m sorry this is probably a stupid question but what do you mean by dimensionals?

  15. Hi. I’m sorry this may be a stupid question but what do you mean by dimensionals?

    • Sorry about that! Dimensionals are those (this is going to so official because I don’t know the correct terms) little round stickers that are puffy so when you use them like double sided tape between two pieces of paper, one is risen. Does that help? Sorry I’m a dork and can’t explain it more crafty.

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