This time, I blackened the “Lego” logo on the circles before I photocopied them onto scrap card stock! I used double-sided tape to attach the lego circles onto the goody bags, to make each bag look like a lego brick (hopefully you can tell…)
Believe it or not, I had the little clear party baggies that I used for the crayons lying around…I had used them for a friend’s baby shower last year. Tags are a cinch to print, cut, fold and staple.
In addition to the pack of 4 lego-men crayons , each goody bag contained 8 half-sheets of lego coloring pages that I found online, ending with Yoda (“May the Fourth be with you”). And a little toy camera and a hot wheels car.
It actually clicks and changes between safari animal pictures, much like those big red view masters (are those toys still around? Love them!)