Sharon Garofalow of Cupcakes and Cutlery recently asked me to create some artwork for her son’s Lego Birthday Party.
The party had a great twist to it, though. She took that basic Lego theme and combined it with dance party fun times to make a Lego Dance Party!
Photo by Dez and Tam Photography
Dez and Tam Photography were on scene to capture the party’s greatest moments – be sure to check out their blog post for all the best Lego Dance Party pics! Desserts were provided by the best cupcake bakery, Meringue Bake Shop, and dance party activities for the kids included dancing (duh), runnin’ around raising a ruckus, a photo booth, and busting open a Whacky Cake! (Incidentally, that’s a new dessert Meringue is doing. It’s like a cake and a pinata had a sweet, sweet baby.)
Where did Hearts and Laserbeams factor in to all of this? With totally sweet custom party printables, of course! We’re so happy to share the downloadables with you for your own Lego birthday party endeavors!
Free Lego Birthday Party Printables
About these files: there’s 2 sizes of each piece available – letter (8.5″ x 11″) and tabloid (11″ x 17″). If you’re printing at home, you’ll want to choose the letter sized pdfs.
These Lego birthday party pieces are vector pdfs, meaning if you wanted to download them and resize to make em bigger or smaller, you can do so without losing ANY image quality. So send em on over to your favorite copy shop and tell em to print em 5 feet big! And then send us pictures to post here.
Boom Box Diagram – Letter Size
Boom Box Diagram – Tabloid Size
Box Step Feet Diagram – Letter
Box Step Feet Diagram – Tabloid
Fox Trot Feet Diagram – Letter
Fox Trot Feet Diagram – Tabloid
Lego Man Diagram – Letter
Lego Man Diagram – Tabloid
Rhumba Feet Diagram – Letter
Rhumba Feet Diagram – Tabloid
The awesome thing about these Lego birthday party printables? They can be used for all kinds of different things! Like dancing? Print out the footstep diagrams onto some nice paper and frame em for your wall! Have a kid that likes coloring? Print out the letter sized Lego art and let em have at it with some crayons or markers!
What will you do with these? (Don’t say poop on em.) (But also… that would be kind of hilarious if someone wrote that.)
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