Chances are, if you have kids, you have LEGOs. Worldwide, LEGOs are one of the most popular toys for kids of all ages. That widespread interest also makes LEGO a popular, colorful birthday party theme. Birthday parties need take-home favors. Moms need favor ideas. Here are a dozen LEGO party favor ideas to top off your awesome party! Many of these favor inspirations are DIY suggestions but if you’re not into crafts, most of the ideas can be purchased, too.
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12 Lego Party Favor Ideas
- LEGO SOAP: Molds make it easy to embed a mini-figure in a bar of soap or use LEGO shaped molds to craft colorful soap blocks.
- MINI FIGURE CRAYONS: Melt crayon pieces, pour them into LEGO molds. Easy!
- LEGO NOTEBOOKS: Inexpensive (rectangular) memo pads in primary colors can be transformed into LEGO brick look-alikes. Punch out a half dozen same colored circles and affix them with dimensional glue dots.
- LEGO COLORING BOOKS: Yes, you can find free printables to create a customized coloring book.
- LEGO Travel Case: Glue a building plate onto the top of an empty plastic wipe case, a miniature metal lunch box or a wood box. Fill it with mini LEGO building pieces.
- LEGO MAGNETS: Glue a magnet inside a larger LEGO block for a super-simple favor.
- LEGO HEAD: A Mason jar, or even a baby food jar, is easy to transform into a LEGO HEAD. Spray paint the outside of the jar and lid with yellow. Blackened stickers (or use a Sharpie) for eyes and mouth give him personality. Fill the jar with treats.
- LEGO COOKIES: Rectangles and small circles are readily transformed into edible LEGO brick cookies.
- LEGO HEAD POPS: To make easy edible treats you’ll need lollipop sticks, large marshmallows, yellow melting chocolate and an edible black marking pen.
- LEGO JEWELRY: The kids can help you make friendship bracelets/necklaces (or ear rings/rings). Choose pieces that already have holes or use a small bit to drill your own. Depending on if they are for boys or girls, use leather, ribbon or cording for hanging or tying on the pendants and bracelets.
- LEGO KEYCHAINS: If your party guests are old enough to have a house key, they would have fun with a LEGO keychain. Choose a brick (drill a hole) or a mini figure and attach the desired key ring.
- MINI LEGO KITS: Split a package of LEGOs into several smaller portions. Pop them into a Ziploc baggie. Use colored cardstock and a circle punch to make a paper LEGO to use as a bag topper.
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- Use large marshmallows and some yellow candy wafers to make these fun Lego marshmallow pops! They were such a hit.
- Can’t find cool Lego cupcake toppers? Make your own. Simply use Lego shaped candy molds and melt yellow chocolate wafers and you’ve got cupcake toppers. So easy!
- Want a unique and healthy treat for the Lego party favor bags? Use construction paper and cover juice boxes to replicate Lego’s.
- Do you have a bunch of broken crayons you would like to recycle? Re-purpose them into Lego crayons using your mold. Then, print some color sheets for free online and you have a thrifty party favor!
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