How to Make Lego Juice Boxes for Birthday Party Goody Bags

Looking for Lego party favors?

Are these not amazing? These Lego juice boxes are going in the goody bags for the twins’ party next weekend.
Best part, as I say all the time, they are super simple to make.
You will need: 
  • rectangular or square juice boxes (different brands are different heights and sizes)
  • assorted colors of construction paper
  • double sided tape
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • small foamy self adhesive craft dots
  • circle template (I am using an “O” cookie cutter)
Measure and cut down your construction paper to a size that will cover the juice box in length.
Begin to wrap the box as the picture below illustrates.
Place a piece of double sided tape on the underside of the construction paper and adhere it to the juice box.
Continue to wrap the box in the construction paper and seal it off with another piece of double sided tape as the picture below shows.

Next, using your construction paper scraps, make small circles for the top of the juice box.

I used the inside circle of a letter “O” cookie cutter, but you could also use the inside circle from your tape dispenser depending on it’s size. Just test it out.

You could also buy a circle punch from the craft store that is adequately sized for this project. I just did not want to spend the money on it.

Cut out your little circles.
Place one foamy, self adhesive, craft dot in the center of each little circle. These will help give a 3D feel to the party favors.
For the shorter and fatter juice boxes (like Minute Maid) you will need 6 circles. For the skinnier and taller juice boxes (like Target brand) you will need 8 circles.
Place the circles on top of the juice boxes spacing them out to resemble a Lego.

How simple was that? You’re good to go… party on!

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Comments

  1. Kelley says

    Super cute! I just had a Lego party myself, wish I had seen your post before hand… the boys would have loved this.

    have a great week.

  2. Trisha @ The Sweet Survival says

    What a great idea! I will have to keep this in mind for my son's future b-day parties. I sure there will be a lego party requested by him. :)

  3. Laurie Turk says

    This is so freakin' darling! My little man wants a Lego Star Wars party in a few weeks so I'd better get busy!

  4. Brandy says

    Wow, that is so cute. I love the idea, I am bookmarking this page in my birthday file. I am sure this will come in handy.

  5. Sara says

    Sweet! We had just about the same idea! Don't you just love Legos? (If you're not stepping on them in the dark…)

    My daughter had such a great time at her big brothers Lego birthday earlier this year that she's asking for one of her own so I'm on the hunt for MORE Lego ideas.

    Nice job – happy birthday to your little Lego freak!

    If you're still party planning there might be more ideas on my blog with the "birthday" label you could use.

    I've hopped over from Night Owl Crafting. Have a blessed day,

    Sara
    http://www.TheOtherEndOfTheCandle.blogspot.com

  6. Rachel says

    We just had a Hero Factory party this past weekend (I posted my candy buffet, you'll have to stop by my blog!) and threw in some Lego items, this would have been a fantabulous addition! Thanks for the creative idea, I will have to remember it for another party!

    • Heather Watts says

      Hi!!! I am planning a Hero Factory Bday in May…..can you share pics of your party so I can get more ideas?

  7. says

    Always love quick and easy tips to add a theme to a party! I featured this in tomorrow’s A Crafty Soiree, thanks for linking up!

  8. Stephanie says

    These are very cute! Thanks for linking to my link party! Your site is adorable! I need to browse a bit more…

    • says

      Thank you so much Stephanie! I love linking up over at Somewhat Simple! You send me lots of traffic. :)
      Take a peek- hope you like more of what you see.

  9. lisa says

    Hi Guys, My son is obsessed with Hero Factory and I’d like to have a Hero Factory birthday party for him but am having a tough time finding decorations. Any ideas?
    Lisa

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