DIY Mini Stanley Cup Replica
'Tis the season... for fan-made Stanley Cups to make their appearances at parties, parades, and arenas. Here's how I made mine, which is about half the size of the real cup and MUCH lighter. MATERIALS: - plastic containers - small bowl - center piece from a roll of tape - aluminum foil - aluminum foil tape - hot glue gun and glue sticks - ruler - marker - cardboard scraps - newspaper 1. I printed off a simple picture of the Stanley Cup for reference, then stacked up two plastic containers…
Slapshot Hockey Birthday Party // Hostess with the Mostess®
A Hockey Birthday Party with a rink backdrop, player card banner, face mask cake pops, puck Ding Dongs, "Face off" party printables + chocolate hockey players
my son is THE biggest hockey fan. he LOVES the chicago blackhawks. so for his 5th birthday he had to have a hockey themed birthday party. i wanted to have hockey pucks be the invitations, so i designed these small circular invites to fit right on a hockey puck. we hand delivered most, but the ones that had to be mailed we put in small mailing envelopes. his party logo was designed to imitate the blackhawks' logo but with a "5". the main food table was a concession stand, but i still wanted a…
Punch a puck hockey game. I got the idea online, but changed it up a little to fit my theme and what I thought would look nice. I saved the board when j was done so I can reuse it for future parties. I'll just print different logos for our next theme! Easy to do. Craft board. Plastic solo cups and tissue paper. I cut the holes slightly smaller than the biggest part of the cups. And put small prizes inside. Covered with tissues and used a small rubber band to hold tissue on.