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Lego Birthday Party #2 and more free printables!

If you want single colored molded crayons, I  recommend using brand new crayons to ensure you get a nice clean look. Used ones often have flecks of other colors on them (as you can see).

Keep in mind that the crayons also will stain the molds. After a good hot wash (or two!) in the dishwasher they are good to go and still good for many more uses, but will probably still be stained, mostly from any reddish crayons. Whether you want to use them for candy again…I will leave up to you.

For our favors, we boxed up our Lego crayons and then covered little mini composition notebooks with some Lego bump photo paper.

I took a picture of a Lego base, got it printed on glossy, regular weight paper, cut it into strips the same width as the books, and then wrapped and glue them to the outer cover of the books.

The books didn’t fit into the favor boxes like I had hoped, so we stacked them together.

For the food, it was a mid-afternoon party with just three of his friends, so we kept it to juice boxes and cupcakes.

The decor was likewise simple since we played all the games outside in the nice weather. ( Have I told you I love late summer birthdays.)

I printed up my Lego bumps printable in a bunch of different colors (found HERE), cut down the cardstock sheets into bricks, and built his name out of paper Legos.


For the invitations, I photographed some of his Lego guys, added text, and then printed these up on on glossy card stock cut down to 4×6 inches. Really simple.

psst. I am sharing this and other printables at the very end of this post. 🙂


Don’t Eat Pete is a classic kids party game and a favorite of my kids, so I had to include a Lego version.

CLICK HERE to download a free copy of the game board. 

If you don’t know how to play, you take a game board of images, cover them up with candy or some kind of small treat. Have one person be “it”and leave the room. The rest of the group still in the room decides which image  is Pete. The person who is “it” returns and eats the treats one by one until he gets to “Pete.” When he does, everyone shouts (or screams maniacally :)) “Don’t eat Pete!!!” The person who is “it” has to stop eating the treats. Reload the game board, choose a new person to be “it” and then repeat the process.

As you can imagine, there is a lot of flying spit and hearty laughter. 🙂

We played I Spy the Lego Guy (as we did at the first party), but with these little Lego guy heads I photographed.

We also used these Lego heads for pin the head on the Lego guy.

To the end the party we of course had to have a pinata!

I made one similar to the one from the first party, but with four bumps instead of six, since he was turning four. I also made it a hit pinata rather than the pull kind, since the weather was nice.

I took a square priority mail box, covered it in crepe paper, and added bumps using circles and strips of red cardstock instead of cans. The cans were fine for the pull pinata but presented a safety hazard for the hit pinata. I also mostly hot glued everything together rather than mod podging it. It made things go faster and created a cleaner look on the outside.

I used a binder clip to stick through the top to hang it from, and then crepe-papered  the opening shut where I added the candy.

I should have also beaten the box up a little before papering it, because it took all the kids several turns, eventually without their blind folds and then a good hit from good ole dad.

After the pinata rush, and the sugar rush, the kids played with of course…Legos, until parent pick up.

It was a perfectly simple, fourth birthday party. Not too much work for me, but plenty of never bored fun for the kids.

Alright, and now for the good stuff!


Simply right click on the images and save them to your computer. All files are sized to close to 11×16 inches, except for the invitation and thank you card images which are sized to 4×6 inches.

For personal use ONLY. 

+You can print them at home, but I highly recommend printing them at a local print shop like Kinkos.

+The images that are sized 11×16 will print best on 11×17 paper or 13×20 paper and will have a white (likely an almost non-visible) border. I recommend glossy cardstock. Always ask to see a digital proof from your printer to ensure it looks how you want it.

+You can print the 4×6  inch images as photos. Add text to the images using the photo machines at the store or using a free program like Picasa.

+Printing any of the images larger than they are sized for, will produce blurry and or pixelated images.

Happy Party Planning!


Use these Lego party ideas to plan an decorate for your Lego birthday party for free.

Best Lego Birthday Party Ideas {Free Printables}

I’ve compiled all of our best Lego birthday party ideas {free printables} in one place so that you can plan your lego birthday party without working so hard or spending a fortune. Print out these Lego party games, Lego decorations, and Lego invitations to help you pull off your Lego party no sweat. But before we dive into the printables, you might be interested in some of these Lego items from Amazon:

Click the following links to print the best Lego birthday party ideas {free printables}

Free Printable Lego Birthday Party Invitation Template. Editable DIY kids birthday party invitaiton or lego baby shower invitation. #papertraildesign #lego #birthdayparty #legobirthday

Lego Invitation Template

Start your Lego party off with a Lego invitation. Print the Lego invitation with the Lego man’s head peeking out, or just the bricks. If you need envelopes, these bright green envelopes on Amazon are perfect.

Free Printable Lego Birthday Party Invitation Template. Editable DIY kids birthday party invitaiton or lego baby shower invitation. #papertraildesign #legobirthdayparty #babyshower #DIYbirthdayFree Printable Lego Birthday Party Invitation Template. Editable DIY kids birthday party invitaiton or lego baby shower invitation. #papertraildesign #legobirthdayparty #babyshower #DIYbirthday

It works best to save the image before printing.

Printables from Paper Trail Design are for personal use only.

Lego Banner {Lego Party Printables}. DIY Lego party ideas. Fun, easy lego theme decor for lego birthday or baby shower decor. #papertraildesign #legoparty #legopartyideas #legopartydecor

Lego Party Banner

This Lego party banner is a fun and easy way to decorate for a Lego birthday party. This card stock paper on amazon is perfect for this banner. All you have to do is print and then hang the Lego banner with some string or twine and mini clothes pins or tape. You could also print these Lego bricks and glue onto paper bags to use for Lego treat bags.

Save the Lego brick images before printing for best results.

Printables from Paper Trail Design are for personal use only.

Pin the Head on the Lego Man Party Game Free Printable. Easy DIY lego party game idea. Lego theme party game on a budget. #papertraildesign #legoparty #legobirthday #lego

Pin the Head on the Lego Man Game

Pin the head on the Lego man is the perfect Lego birthday party game. All you need to do is print these off and have a blindfold ready. It might also be good to cut and mount the Lego body onto a piece of poster board. The black and white Lego man will save on ink. You could also print the Lego man onto colored paper and cut and paste onto a poster board. It would be fun to have all the kids draw their own Lego face onto one of the blank Lego heads.

Pin the Head on the Lego Man Party Game Free Printable. Easy DIY lego party game idea. Lego theme party game on a budget. #papertraildesign #legoparty #legobirthday #legoPin the Head on the Lego Man Party Game Free Printable. Easy DIY lego party game idea. Lego theme party game on a budget. #papertraildesign #legoparty #legobirthday #lego

Save these Lego images to your computer before printing for better reults.

Printables from Paper Trail Design are for personal use only.

Free Printable Lego Coloring Pages. Free lego minifigure coloring pages for a lego birthday party. Blank lego page to draw your own face. #papertraildesign #legocoloringpage #legoparty #legobirthdayparty

Lego Coloring Pages

Birthday parties are exhausting and sometimes you just need something easy for the kids to do. This would also be a fun thing for the kids to do while you are waiting for parents to pick them up at the end. If the kids are coloring they won’t be running around the house going crazy. My kids love using these Lego coloring pages so these have been kid tested.

Save these Lego images to your computer before printing for better reults.

Printables from Paper Trail Design are for personal use only.

Lego Cupcake Toppers Printable. Free printable lego man party cupcake decoration. Easy DIY lego party. How to make simple lego treats. #papertraildesign #lego #legoparty #legocupcakes

Lego Cupcake Toppers

Cupcake toppers are SO much easier than cake. All you need to do is make cupcakes, throw some frosting on, and then throw in a toothpick with these Lego head cupcake toppers on top. Such an easy alternative to cake! It would be a little easier to glue the cupcake toppers onto these flat toothpicks.

Save these Lego images to your computer before printing for better reults.

Printables from Paper Trail Design are for personal use only.

Free Printable Lego Water Bottle Labels. Bottle Wrappers for fun easy lego party decor. Lego birthday party ideas that are cheap and easy. #papertraildesign #lego #legobirthday #legobirthdayparty

Lego Water Bottle Labels

These Lego bottle wrappers are such an easy way to hydrate your party guests and decorate at the same time. I like the bottles with a spot to write each kid’s name. You could also wrap these Lego wrappers around juice boxes if you prefer to serve juice to the kiddies.

Free Printable Lego Water Bottle Labels. Bottle Wrappers for fun easy lego party decor. Lego birthday party ideas that are cheap and easy. #papertraildesign #freepartyprintables #legodecor #legopartyFree Printable Lego Water Bottle Labels. Bottle Wrappers for fun easy lego party decor. Lego birthday party ideas that are cheap and easy. #papertraildesign #freepartyprintables #legodecor #legoparty

For best results, save the image to your computer before printing. I find it easiest to first click on the image to enlarge it, then drag and drop the image to my desktop, then print it from there.

Printables from Paper Trail Design are for personal use only.


I often get asked what paper I recommend. For regular copy paper this 5 ream case of paper is one of the better deals. For cardstock I really like this card stock paper on amazon. It is much cheaper than I have found in stores and has a good thickness for most projects without being so thick that it jams the printer.


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 Free Lego Printable Birthday Cards

Lego Birthday Card Messages

Welcome to this page full of free Lego printable birthday cards! Lego allows young minds to express themselves in creative and innovative ways and enjoy expanding the knowledge and creativity while having fun. Below are some fantastic birthday message suggestions to add to your chosen card.

1. My superpower is Lego. What's yours? 

2. Your superpower is Lego. Want to know mine? 

3. Hey, want to build a Lego bridge from your house to mine? 

4. I was going to buy you a Barbie Doll but I got u Lego instead. I hope you like it. 

5. Like all your Lego creations, you are fun, innovative and colorful! 

6. I’ve searched far and wide for this lego______. For you my son, I only get the best. 

7. I am always inspired by your creativity, passion and enginuity! 

8. Block by block our friendship becomes stronger. Thanks for all the good times. 

9. Just like my love you can never get enough Lego. 

10. Piece by piece you become more amazing every day! Hope you like my gift! 

11. Now: Lego. The future: Space X

12. In my day we didn't have video games, we only had LEGO. Enjoy! 

13. It's such a joy to see you building away at your LEGO masterpieces. I can't wait to see what you cook up with these new blocks! 

14. You're such a blockhead and I love you! 

15. 3000 blocks are better than 1 right? 

16. You'll be glad to know this is where all my spare money goes!

17. It’s high time you Le’go of your past and realize how fun getting older can really be!!! Have an awesome day!

18. I had to line up ‘for blocks’ to get to your birthday party!

19. I tried to think of a witty birthday message… but the pieces just wouldn’t go together!

20. Happy Birthday! I come in pieces!

Playing with Lego is like opening up the imagination to what's possible! That's why it has become one of the most popular kids’ toys in the world. Not only does it stimulate the creative mind but also the logical mind. Who knows how many engineers or architects have started off with these humble blocks. Lego has become more than just a set of building blocks, it has become a super franchise interwoven within youth culture around the world through movies, books, and TV shows. It’s no wonder lego has become such a popular image on birthday cards. We hope by sharing these Lego printable birthday cards you can share the joy of Lego with your closest friends and family!

Building Block Birthday Card

Lego Birthday Party Ideas & Free Printables

I love being creative with a theme or visual subject. I focus on it and then search for matching or enhancing partners on the internet.

All Things LEGO

LEGO party ideas by other creatives with LEGO-loving kids. I found heaps of great ideas for you to hopefully be inspired by and/or find useful.

Free Printables

This invitation is the size of a standard photograph: 6x4 inches. You can print them at your local photo shop or even upload it to a print-on-demand site and order them to be printed on photo paper (choose matte printing if possible, so it's easiest to write on). Or you could print at home on photo paper and set it for 2 or 4 to a page and then cut after printing.

Game Ideas

Once you've got your invitations sent out, you'll need to start planning activities for the party itself. Here are some ideas I thought of:

  1. Highest Brick Tower: Use just bricks (or any Lego pieces if you prefer) to make a tower. Whoever can make the highest tower that can remain standing for at least 10 seconds wins.
  2. Building Race: Give each party goer a small activity $5 Lego building pack. Do a ready set go thing and whoever can build the set first wins a prize.
  3. Car Contest: Award prizes for the best-designed car, the one that goes the furthest, the car that wins a race, etc.
  4. Toss the Lego Game: Set up buckets or paper rings of different colors that are each worth different points. The ones furthest away or smaller are worth more points. Have the kids take turns tossing Legos and whoever gets the most points after a certain amount of turns wins a prize.
  5. Best Figure Drawing: Use the blank Lego figure below and set up a coloring table. Each child is to create their own unique Lego figure. The best idea (chosen by the birthday child perhaps or by vote) wins a prize.

Color-In Mini-Fig

Party Favors

After the party is over, you might want to hand out some gift boxes or party favors. Here are some ideas and printables that will help.

Papercraft Party Favor Boxes

Make Your Own Ninja Ninjago Balloons

If your little one is particularly into Ninjago Lego, then I would guess balloons like these are going to make them super excited.

The folks at Halegrafx have created these awesome eyes repeated on a sheet for you to easily print locally or on your home color printer.

Print them directly onto a full A4 or Letterhead sticker sheet and then cut out to easily stick directly to your helium or air filled balloons.

Balloon Eyes Printable

Party Food

Themed snacks are always fun. Here are a few ideas for Lego-themed cakes and snacks that will surely get party goers chatting and enticed.

Lego Theme Food

If you can find a Lego-shaped mold, it's really easy to make Lego chocolates.

  1. Put chocolate buds in a microwave-safe bowl.
  2. For about a cup full microwave for 2 minutes.
  3. Don't worry if the buds still look whole because you'll stir it and they'll slowly melt away. You don't want to overheat the chocolate as it will burn.
  4. Then just pour or spoon the chocolate into the mold.
  5. Freeze or refrigerate and voila! When they're hard, you just turn them upside down and gently tap or twist them out.

How to Make a Lego Block Cake

Character Cut Sugar Cookies

Sensationally talented Sweet Sugar Belle has written a step by step cookie tutorial.

If you haven't already seen Sweet Sugar Belle's blog, then you must have a look around while you're there. Not only does this lovely girl make the most delicious and creative cookies ever, but she shares all her tips, how-tos, and recipes with everyone!

I made her cookies, and honestly, they were the best sugar cookies I'd ever had. Every time I see her work, I marvel at her creativity. She is a joy to behold.

Party Photo Gallery

I hope these photos will give you heaps of ideas and inspiration if you're planning a party, or perhaps it will just provide some fun eye candy or creative inspiration.

In regards to a party theme, sticking with primary colors is always a great way to keep a theme working well. In this one, they stuck to the same primary green, primary blue, primary yellow and primary red colors throughout and it makes the party really pop!


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What is a Lego Birthday Card?

A Lego birthday card is a birthday card with a Lego theme. Lego birthday card will be a perfect card for people who love Lego. You can find Lego birthday cards from multiple stores Online and offline including Etsy. You can also customize a regular birthday card into a Lego-themed birthday card.

How do You Make a Lego Birthday card?

There are so many ways you can do to make a fun Lego birthday card. You can draw them yourself, print them, or cut out some paper and foam to make it look 3D. Here are some ways you can try:
1.    Draw some Lego characters and color them. It is an easy way to make an interesting Lego-themed card. You can also print some Lego characters, color them, and then cut them out and glue them to the card.
2.    Stamp some paint using the Lego brick. It is a fun and simple way to make a lego birthday card. All you need is a different color of paints and lego Bricks. Dip the lego bricks to the paint and then carefully stamp them into the cards. This process will leave cool markings from the dots of the Lego Bricks.
3.    Use colored paper to mimic the Lego. To make this card, you need a paper with different colors. Cut them out to mimic the Lego bricks. After you have a bunch of cutouts, you can glue them in a certain pattern. You can leave it as is or add more ornaments like dots and lego characters glued on top of the bricks.
4.    3D Lego birthday card. You can make your card stand out the most by making a 3D Lego card. To create this, you need colored paper and foam. First, cut the colored paper in the same size as actual Lego bricks. And then cut small circles out of the foam. Glue the circles to the bricks. This will create a cool 3D brick that looks like the actual Lego bricks.

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How do You Make a Lego Birthday Cards to Color?

You can make a Lego birthday card to color simply by printing some of the Lego characters. To make them able to be colored, you need to print them in outlines, and not colored. If you have artistic skills, you can draw the Lego characters on the cards and leave it for the kids to color.  

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