DIY Lego Party Bags

My biggest little guy turns 5 this week and has become Lego-mad over the past 6 months (👋🏻 dinosaurs) ❤️

Because I’m completely ridiculous, I started planning his cake and party theme before 2020 turned into a goddamn nightmare 🥴 So while we can’t celebrate with a party, I’m still making it a special one for Lachy and sharing some of the things we planned, I’m now calling it #legolachdown.

This week I’ll be sharing some of these Lego projects with you. I’m sorry in advance if you’re not into Lego! But maybe some of these projects will give you ideas for other parties 😘


Needed: 

For the bag:

  • Yellow Paper Treat Bags $4.99 12pk @discountpartyau
  • Black marker (I used a Sharpie)
  • My free Lego Party Bag template (link in bio 👆🏻) and access to a printer
  • Scissors
  • Double asides Foam Squares $2 10pk Kmart Australia
  • White paper circles from a hole punch
  • Alternatively - access to a decal cutting machine such as a Cricut or Silhouette

For the contents:

  • Brick Bubble Bottles 12pk $9.99 @discountpartyau
  • Brick Pencil Sharpeners 12pk $8.99 @discountpartyau
  • Block Party Pencils $4.99 12pk @discountpartyau
  • Block Party Notepad $6.99 12pk @discountpartyau
  • Block Party Erasers $5.99 12pk @discountpartyau
  • Crayons (I used the $8.99 12pk of Jumbo Crayola Crayons from Kmart Australia to melt down into the moulds - check out my story for the how-to 👆🏻)
  • Lego Man & Block Silicone Moulds (2pk) $16.90 from Cakers Paradise
  • Cadbury White Chocolate Melts 225g $4.20 Coles
  • 3D Gummy Blocks $2 Woolworths (Australia)
  • DIY Poly Bags $3 for 50pk Kmart Australia
  • Avery Sticker Dots 24mm Yellow $8 Officeworks

S T E P S  T O  F O L L O W

Click/swipe through the reel for the "how-to":