Make a fun Ninjago party photo backdrop for your kids to enjoy. This quick craft is easy to make and looks great. This is a sponsored post but all ideas and opinions are my own.
Supplies Used to Make the Ninjago Party Photo Backdrop: (affiliate links)
- Fairfield Oly Fun Multi-Purpose 20-Inch Craft Material, 3-Yard, Lemon Drop
- Oly Fun Multi-Purpose 60-Inch Craft Material, 10-Yard, Cherry Pop
- Eyes Printout
- Xyron 624632 Creative Station, 9″ with 5″ Option
Step one: Print the eyes out using your home printer. Print one eye per sheet of paper.
Step two: Fussy cut the paper eyes out.
Step three: Run the eye cut outs through the Creative Station with permanent adhesive. This will turn the paper eyes into giant stickers. (For more details on how the Creative Station works, click HERE.)
Step four: Cut a piece of Oly-Fun fabric in Lemon Drop that is about 2 feet long. Trim the corners to round them.
Step five: Peel the eye stickers off the paper backing. Adhere them to the yellow fabric. Press the paper down firmly so it will stick.
Step six: Roll the Cherry Pop fabric off the bolt. I kept it folded in half because I plan to make ninjas in different colors and then place them next to each other to create a larger backdrop. The length of the piece will vary depending on how tall you want the backdrop to be. Mine is about 6 feet tall.
Step seven: I used a photo backdrop stand to hang the red fabric, but you could also use thumbtacks to hang the red fabric on the wall. Use safety pins to attach the yellow strip of fabric to the red one.
Our party isn’t for another month, but I’m using the backdrop now so I can make my own party invitations. I dressed my son in this AMAZING Lloyd Ninjago costume from Oriental Trading Company. He absolutely loves it! I added these cardboard brick blocks as props. This will make the perfect invitation for his Ninjago themed birthday party, and later I’ll use the backdrop for photos with his friends!
This Ninjago backdrop will also look great behind the cake and favors table, which will include these bubble bottles I made. You can get the free printables HERE. Check back in July for more Ninjago party themed ideas.