Bedtime is the right time to fight crime! Well, it is if you’re a PJ Masks fan! I’ve teamed up with Birthday In A Box to create a fun PJ Masks Party filled with ideas for decorating, foods, activities and more. You can read the full party article on Birthday in a Box but I’ll share all the photos with you here for a special sneak peek.
PJ Masks Party:
For this party, I went with a pyjamas slumber party theme with serving breakfast foods for dinner. I set out some mini boxes of cereal, bottles of milk, two kinds of mini donuts, muffins in cupcake wrappers and breakfast cookies.
You’ll find the free printable boxes I used to hold the mini cereal boxes and mini donuts here. For the small cityscape background found on the table, you’ll find the free printable file here. For all the other party supplies including the background, balloons, tablecloth, cupcake wrappers, milk bottles and more, visit Birthday In A Box.
For the seating area, I used paper plates, fun superhero cups, and a PJ Masks tablecloth from Birthday In A Box. The PJ Masks characters on the table were from the toy store, the science beakers used to hold Sixlets (candy coated chocolates) were from our local craft store, and the PJ Masks masks are a free printable file from the PJMasks.com website.
For the party activity, I filled black balloons with small candies. You’ll find instructions on how to fill balloons with treats here. Guests could then “pop a bomb” to get their candy treats.
For party favors, I included some PJ Masks goodies from the Birthday In A Box website plus some little PJ Masks toys from the toy store. You’ll find my full PJ Masks party, including links to the party supplies, on Birthday In A Box.
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4 thoughts on “PJ Masks Party”
would you please tell me how you made or where you bought the metal disk under the science beakers i been driving myself nuts try to figure it out please and thank you
Coasters – I believe from Pier One. 🙂
Hi! Love your decor. Where did you find the beakers?