PJ Masks Party Success!
For all the mommas out there trying to plan a PJ Masks party, here is how ours played out!
Last night was spent last-minute crafting. What else are you going to do when there aren't themed goods out yet? Note: This glue is strong enough to glue your hand to your wine glass. There are worse things, I suppose.
The toppers came out awesome. I used my Cricut for the outer circles and cake pop sticks.
I found a pink dress and green sweater at a local kids' consignment yesterday, and basted on the symbols. Success, and removable!
Jelly Belly favors!
The masks were a big hit! I used the pattern from Simply Real Moms.
I cut Owlette's mask as one layer and used glow-in-the-dark puffy paint for details. Instead of poking holes in the masks for string elastic, I hot glued foldable elastic onto the backs. The bracelets are the same elastic with a felt oval, and decorated with glow paint.
I used generic red, blue, and green decorations and utensils. I made .svg files of the characters' symbols and silhouettes, and cut them with my Cricut.
We had a laser beam area and some obstacle rings set up for superheroes, as well as a Lego space. The aftermath was the only picture I got.
It was wonderful, but only because we are surrounded by the best people.