This DIY Super Hero party round-up is actually from my own son’s party. I created a theme around the backdrop wallpaper I picked up on sale for $14. It created an amazing cityscape that the kids loved having their photos being taken against it.
I purchased helium balloons from ebay for under $2 each and used them as a backdrop on the table. I also used this City scape Cone holder from Oriental trading which filled up a huge section of the table. I created cityscape glassware with black paper glued onto clear vases I already had. The plates and napkins were from Oriental Trading also.
I created a DIY Pinata using a simple round shape and writing the words BOMB onto it. This has to be one of the easiest pinatas I have ever made (no corners). I used pipe cleaners for the top and filled it with random leftover Halloween candy
I created a DIY party punch board for a lucky dip (prizes) by wrapping up plastic bowls with blue tissue paper. Each punch bowl contained a flying rubber super hero. The kids just punched the bowl to get their prize. Grandma made little black capes for all the water bottles which were super cool. The cake stand is an upturned $3 Ikea bowl and a glass plate. I lined the Ikea bowl with comics
Cardboard boxes were used to create a cityscape for decoration and white sticker from an office supply store were used for the windows. We played game with streamers catching the parents and used silly string to capture Spiderman (brave father). We sent them home with a plastic batman cup some sweets and a superman color your own headband.
My son still has the party prop in his bedroom as decoration too and I pinned the cityscape wall paper into his room to carry on the superhero design.
DC Superhero Puppet Craft
Kids Paper Craft
List of Supplies:
1. Colored craft paper
2. Popsicle sticks
3. Black sharpie
6. Craft glue
Let’s start our craft with the Wonder Woman paper-craft puppet. Select cream, blue, red, yellow and
black craft papers for the Wonder Woman paper-craft. Trace the patterns on the selected craft papers as
noted with each pattern.
Step – 3:
Insert the head part of the puppet base through the slit from the bottom side of the hair pattern. Apply
glue on the back side to attach the paper hair pattern with the puppet base.
Step – 4:
Attach the boots, skirt and top patterns on the Wonder Woman puppet base.
Step – 5:
Attach the crown on the hair part of the puppet.
Step – 6:
Attach the rest of the patterns on the puppet to complete the Wonder Woman paper-craft puppet. Use a
black sharpie to draw the eyes, nose and mouth of the puppet.
Step – 7:
Attach the Wonder Woman paper-craft on a popsicle stick.
Similarly, craft the rest of the DC Superhero characters.
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