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Can you think of a more perfect way to end a Ninja birthday party than with Giant Fortune Cookies for everyone? Your little ninjas won’t mind that these cookies aren’t edible since they’re filled with candy and fun toys to take home with them. Fortune cookie party favors…

Giant Fortune Cookie Party Favor at OneCharmingParty.com #fortunecookie #ninja #chinese #partyfavor #asian

Giant Fortune Cookie Party Favor at OneCharmingParty.com #fortunecookie #ninja #chinese #partyfavor #asian

Giant Fortune Cookie Party Favor at OneCharmingParty.com #fortunecookie #ninja #chinese #partyfavor #asian

TO MAKE: You will need one 12×12 piece of tan craft foam per favor. Cut foam into an 11-inch circle — we used the Martha Stewart Large Circle Cutter to make this step easy. Fold the circle in half without creasing the long edge. At the center of the folded circle, push inward to bring the ends together, creating a slight vertical crease. Unfold and place super-sticky, double-sided tape or hot glue just to the side of the vertical crease. Bring the ends back together and secure. Gently lift and smooth the rounded edges (opposite to the fold) to create a nice fortune cookie shape. Fill with a few toys and goodies. Don’t forget to include a fortune of course! Click below to download our free printable giant fortunes.

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A special thanks to Pear Tree Greetings for sponsoring this party. Photography and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.





At a Ninja birthday party it’s a good idea to watch out for flying stars — looks like a few have hit our cupcakes! Inspired by the throwing stars on this Ninja Party Invitation we created these fun, origami cupcake toppers.

Throwing Star Ninja Cupcakes at OneCharmingParty.com #ninjaparty #ninjastars #cupcaketoppers

Throwing Star Ninja Cupcakes at OneCharmingParty.com #ninjaparty #ninjastars #cupcaketoppers

TO MAKE: Cut 5-inch squares from thin kraft paper. You will need two squares per star. Following this tutorial fold into an origami throwing star. Place the stars into cupcakes, making them look a bit haphazard like they were “thrown” in. Complete the look by hanging a simple knit garland made using this tutorial from nothing but a t-shirt!

A special thanks to Pear Tree Greetings for sponsoring this party. Photography and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.





All your guests will be excited to get their hands on these DIY Ninja Staffs, perfect for some Ninja Birthday Party Games. Place a tape line on the ground and have ninjas take turns balancing on the line while they use a staff to try and knock their opponent off. To soften their blows, these Ninja Staffs are made from PVC pipe wrapped in foam tubing.

How to Make Ninja Staffs at OneCharmingParty.com #tutorial #ninjaparty #ninjaweapons

How to Make Ninja Staffs at OneCharmingParty.com #tutorial #ninjaparty #ninjaweapons

How to Make Ninja Staffs at OneCharmingParty.com #tutorial #ninjaparty #ninjaweapons

TO MAKE: For each Ninja Staff you will need a 3-foot piece of gray-colored, foam tubing insulation that fits half-inch tubing (found at the hardware store). Cut a length of three-quarter-inch PVC pipe to be two inches shorter than your gray foam piece. We cut the foam tubing with a pair of scissors and used an inexpensive pipe cutter tool that was simple to operate and created no mess. Slide the pipe inside the tubing insulation — it should fit very snugly so you may need an extra pair of hands to help push and pull the tubing around the pipe. Finish by wrapping string around the center of the staff to mimic the staff-wielding ninja on the party invitation.

A special thanks to Pear Tree Greetings for sponsoring this party. Photography and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.





Your guests may not believe it, but you can easily make this fun wood party sign without lifting a hammer, nail or saw! Who’s the sneaky ninja now?! The secret is using pre-cut garden stakes and a glue gun for assembly. The stakes come with a point, but when glued side-by-side they create a jagged pattern reminiscent of the cool, die-cut edge on the Ninja Party Invitation.

NO Tools Required to Make this Fun Ninja Party Sign #ninja #ninjaparty #notools

NO Tools Required to Make this Fun Ninja Party Sign #ninja #ninjaparty #notools

TO MAKE: Most home improvement stores sell pre-cut wood stakes as bundles or individually. For this project you will need one bundle (12 pieces) of 17.5-inch wood stakes and two individual 36-inch stakes. Lay the two longer stakes vertically on your work surface, with the pointed sides down and approximately 6-8 inches apart from each other. Using a generous amount of hot glue affix the shorter stakes horizontally alternating the point from the right to left side. Download our free large number stencils (available in 0-9) and print on 11×17 paper. Using a craft knife, cut out the inner parts of the number to create your stencil. Secure to the center of the glued wood sign and carefully spray paint.

A special thanks to Pear Tree Greetings for sponsoring this party. Photography and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.





Your sneaky little one will love these fun Ninja Party invitations from Pear Tree Greetings. Available in a color scheme for boy or girl ninjas — this design provides a fresh take on the typical Ninja Party. Stay tuned all week to see how this invitation inspired a whole Ninja Party!

Green Ninja Party invitation at OneCharmingParty.com #ninja #ninjaparty

Green Ninja Party invitation at OneCharmingParty.com #ninja #ninjaparty

A special thanks to Pear Tree Greetings for sponsoring this party and providing the invitations. Photography and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.





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