PJ Masks Party DIY. Create amazing PJ Masks Party favors, food table fun, and PJ Masks Party desserts. Plus, create your own free PJ Masks printables.
PJ Masks Party DiY – Food Decorations
Today I want to share with you the PJ Masks party DIY projects that we created for V’s 3 birthday party. When it comes to planning parties we are all about the DIY. Not only does it save you money, but it also allows you to get crafty!
We are always trying to make our cakes clean for our parties… no colors or artificial sugars etc. This year I opted to have a friend bake me some organic cupcakes and a cake. Plain white frosting. I would decorate them myself. We added a second liner to each cupcake and added a PJ Masks character to each cupcake.While I cannot give you a printable for these cupcake decorations, I can let you know how to make them yourself. If you do a google image search for your characters you should be able to create your image on a free program like Canva. I created six images of each character down a letter-sized piece of paper. Then added a circle around them to make cutting them out easier.Hot glued them to cake pop sticks and you’re done!The cupcakes have color!!
Using the same image you created for your cupcakes, you can create these mini PJ Masks images. Print them out at 50% to add to the end of appetizer picks.The ones we found had a loop at the end perfect for gluing down (we used hot glue) the images.We matched them up with color coordinating fruit and they were great!
PJ Masks Party DiY – Character Bracelets
Just like before, I can’t give you a printable, but I can walk you through creating one. Find an image of each of your PJ Masks character symbols. Head over to Canva and create a standard letter size image with the symbols going down the middle, I used 9.Then print off your pages on colored cardstock. Do your Owlette wings onto red cardstock, the Gekko image onto green cardstock, and the Catboy image onto blue. You can trim them down to the size you want. The full size is about right for an adult. You can purchase sticky back velcro. Cut them into strips and apply to your bracelets. Make sure to do the rough side on the top.This way if it hangs over it doesn’t scratch their arms.Pass them out at your party!We made a bunch of extras so each kid could have multiple bracelets. They worked out great!Make them for a party or just for your PJ Masks fan at home. Either way, they are quick and easy to make! This month’s FREE PRINTABLE was also a coloring book style bracelet you can grab for some more fun!
I loved that when the kids ate the fruit, they asked for “more Catboys” and “Extra Owlettes“.