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Superhero Party and My FIRST Party Idea eBook

I'm still working on the last of the details for my Super Dad Father's Day party this weekend, but I did use all the party preparations to throw a Superhero party for the Young Women in my church group.  We turned it into a fun night of "getting to know you" and Personal Progress excitement night.

The girls absolutely loved it and I learned things about them that I never knew, so it was a win-win.

Every superhero needs a place to change into their hero identity, so I created a Telephone Booth doorway to enter into the party room.  I used a red table cloth and white strips of paper to create the look of an English telephone booth.

Once the heroes came into the party room, they found a cityscape made from a blue tablecloth, black tissue paper, and yellow squares and rectangles.

In the center of the background, I created a Newsstand filled with all the hero party treats.   I used an old bookcase and put Superhero wrapping paper on the back.

On the top of the Newsstand, I put the Superhero Soda, cups, napkins, and our Personal Progress Party Favors.

On the next shelf, I made cupcake stands using spray painted Dollar Tree candlesticks and coasters found in the kitchen area at Dollar Tree.  I wrapped the coasters in coordinating ribbon and placed my cupcakes on top.

I found red and blue star serving plates in the front Holiday section at Dollar Tree and used them to put my Superhero Twinkies and my Secret Identity Mustache Chocolate Covered Oreos on.

The last shelf on the Superhero Newsstand was made using acrylic containers from Walmart.  I cut black squares and rectangles and pasted them on the containers to look like windows.  Using red, blue, and yellow candies, I created a candy bar for the superheroes to munch on.

The girls used fun foam, stickers, glue, scissors, and ribbon to create their own superhero masks.  I was really surprised with the creativity of the girls and how well they created their masks.

While we talked about how the girls were now superheroes, they could do anything they put their minds to, even Personal Progress.  Since it was important to have goals and see those goals daily in order to achieve them, I created these Personal Progress tracking charts for each of the girls to take home as party favors.

I purchased mirrors from Dollar Tree.  I used Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Markers to draw a table on the bottom with 9 rows (for the nine Young Women values) and 11 columns.  In the first column, I put each of the values' initials (such as F for Faith, DN for Divine Nature, and so on.)  The next nine columns were to put star stickers in when the girls completed that experience.  The last square was for when they completed their value project.

At the top of the chart, I wrote "You are Braver then you believe, Stronger than you seem, Smarter than you thin.  You are a daughter of the Almighty God."

We finished up the night by taking photo booth pictures in our masks in front of the cityscape backdrop and enjoying some sweet treats.  We all had a great time and I'm looking forward to doing this again soon!

I am super excited about this next project that I've been working on for the past little bit.

As I was gathering ideas and preparing for these Superhero parties, I found so many great ideas, that I decided to put them all together to create a Superhero Party PDF eBook.

This book has all the information you need to plan your own Superhero party.  Here's a sneak peek at the table of contents:

There are 55 pages of ideas, pictures, printables, and recipes for you to create a Superhero party that you will be the hero of.

You can find the PDF eBook in our shop here.

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