12 Must-Haves for a Despicably Cool Minions Party
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12 Must-Haves for a Despicably Cool Minions Party

Minion madness is in full swing. And how can you not love these li’l guys — they’re adorable! Whether you’ve just seen Despicable Me for the first time or you were there on opening night of the new Minions movie, once you catch Minion fever, there’s no cure (and that’s definitely not a bad thing). Now you can throw your own Minion-themed party with these 12 must-have DIY projects.

1. Candy Minion Spoons: Create a fun display by sticking these spoons in a styrofoam brick covered in pretty wrapping paper, and then cover each spoon with a piece of cellophane and tie with a ribbon for a cute party favor. (via Living Locurto)

2. Fondant Cupcakes: Don’t let the word fondant scare you away. Since there are no complicated lines or shapes, these cupcakes are a cinch to put together. (via Eats Amazing)

3. Baby Food Jar Favors: Repurpose all those empty baby food jars into a colorful table decoration. Just give each jar two coats of yellow spray paint, wait for it to dry and glue on the eye(s). (via Betty Crocker)

4. Minion Door: Get the party started from the moment your guests arrive with a minionized front door. Cheap plastic tablecloths create this simple DIY that makes a big statement. (via Homedit)

5. Goodie Bags: Transform plain yellow bags into marvelous Minion goodie bags in no time with your circle punch and scrapbook paper. (via Catch My Party)

6. Marshmallow Pops: These fluffy little ‘mallow minions are *almost* too cute to eat. All you need to do here is dip marshmallows in yellow chocolate, cut a strip of fruit roll-up for the bottom portion and pipe on the facial features. (via Tablespoon)

7. Minion Twinkies: These printable Minions are perfectly sized for a Twinkie body. Print them out on sticker paper for an almost-too-easy assembly. (via Skip to My Lou)

8. Party Hats: Standard party hats are a thing of the past. Dress up plain plastic hats with construction paper, pipe cleaners and a mason jar ring to get everyone in on the Minion fun. (via Tidbits and Twine)

9. Minion Piñata: The impressive end result may make you nervous, but after reading the tutorial you’ll feel more than ready to create your own candy-filled friend. (via Saving Said Simply)

10. Minion Cups: Sometimes the decorations that have the biggest impact are the easiest ones to make, like these googly-eyed cups. (via DIY Inspired)

11. Feed the Minion Game: See who can toss the most felt bananas into the mouth of the hungry Minion. This game couldn’t be easier to put together thanks to super helpful (and cute) printables. (via Skip to My Lou)

12. DIY Minion Shirts: Having a party with older kids? Make this activity part of the fun and let each kid make their own t-shirt to take home. (via Somewhere in the Middle)

Will any of our ideas make an appearance at your Minion madness party? Have a great idea of your own? Talk to us in the comments!