J's NINJAGO Party!

Pics from the big event - Jason's 6th birthday party! ALL of the printables that I used were provide FREE from http://seshalynspartyideas.com/ninjago-birthday-party-ideas-free-ninjago-party-printables/ Jay's dad was a HUGE help with the birthday cake. Everyone had a great time.
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Ninja lollipops - tootsie roll pops wrapped in crepe paper and sticker eyes.  The printables I used were provided FREE (thank you!!) from Seshalyn's Party Ideas. http://seshalynspartyideas.com/ninjago-birthday-party-ideas-free-ninjago-party-printables/

Ninja lollipops - tootsie roll pops wrapped in crepe paper and sticker eyes. The printables I used were provided FREE (thank you!!) from Seshalyn's Party Ideas. http://seshalynspartyideas.com/ninjago-birthday-party-ideas-free-ninjago-party-printables/

The water bottle labels that we used.  The bar code is Jay's birthdate, and the ingredients list is specific to the party.

The water bottle labels that we used. The bar code is Jay's birthdate, and the ingredients list is specific to the party.

The birthday party invitation

Cash's highly anticipated birthday Ninjago bash finally rolled around last week! While I sometimes opt to keep the birthday festivities .

This happy face is what makes it all worth it!

This happy face is what makes it all worth it!

We used an easel chalkboard with a bullseye target draw on on it for the kids to practice throwing their sticky balls.  Part of their ninja training!

We used an easel chalkboard with a bullseye target draw on on it for the kids to practice throwing their sticky balls. Part of their ninja training!

Jay's brother, Elliott, liked his throwing ball the best!

Jay's brother, Elliott, liked his throwing ball the best!

The Spread - sensei sushi, ninja lollipops, ninja jellos and ninja power punch.  On the other table we had pizza, because the ninjas love pizza!

The Spread - sensei sushi, ninja lollipops, ninja jellos and ninja power punch. On the other table we had pizza, because the ninjas love pizza!

Jay helped me prep the goodie boxes for his friends.  Everyone got a Chinese take out box with ninja eyes on the front with the following contents: a ninja (Party City), a glow in the dark flute (Dollar Tree), a sticky throwing ball (also from Party City, because I couldn't find any ninja throwing stars),  and three packages of sixlet candies - in Ninjago colors of course!

Jay helped me prep the goodie boxes for his friends. Everyone got a Chinese take out box with ninja eyes on the front with the following contents: a ninja (Party City), a glow in the dark flute (Dollar Tree), a sticky throwing ball (also from Party City, because I couldn't find any ninja throwing stars), and three packages of sixlet candies - in Ninjago colors of course!

Ready...set...play!

Ready...set...play!

Water bottles wrapped with Ninjago faces, and ninja power packs on the side for super ninja power!  (Power packs were sugar free Hawaiian Punch powder packets, and then we printed sticker labels to affix on top)

Water bottles wrapped with Ninjago faces, and ninja power packs on the side for super ninja power! (Power packs were sugar free Hawaiian Punch powder packets, and then we printed sticker labels to affix on top)

Jay and his friends, singing happy birthday

Jay and his friends, singing happy birthday

Gathering for presents.  We did a bunting in the front of the pop up that said "Happy Birthday Jay" and another bunting in the back of the pop us that had all the ninjas faces.

Gathering for presents. We did a bunting in the front of the pop up that said "Happy Birthday Jay" and another bunting in the back of the pop us that had all the ninjas faces.

The top of the Ninjago Birthday Cake, with all the ninjago boys on top!  We bought two 1/2 sheets from Costco, then cut the second one up into small circles to make the look of a big LEGO cake.  We shaped the ninjas out of fondant a few days in advance and then hardened them in the oven the morning of the party.  The little tiny lego pieces along the border of the cake are candies that we bought from Toys R Us.  They are stackable, just like real legos.

The top of the Ninjago Birthday Cake, with all the ninjago boys on top! We bought two 1/2 sheets from Costco, then cut the second one up into small circles to make the look of a big LEGO cake. We shaped the ninjas out of fondant a few days in advance and then hardened them in the oven the morning of the party. The little tiny lego pieces along the border of the cake are candies that we bought from Toys R Us. They are stackable, just like real legos.

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