DIY Elmo Party with Free Printables

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DIY Elmo Party with Free PrintablesFor my son’s 2nd Birthday we had a Super Cute Elmo Themed Party. I made most of the Decorations myself.

Here’s what I used:

I used a free printable Elmo kit from Sherry K Designs.

Click Here to go to Sherry K Designs.

Free SVG and Pintable Elmo Birthday Kit

I also purchased a personalized Elmo Kit from Etsy.  The kit I used is no longer available but here is a similar one.

Click Here to Go to Etsy.

Elmo Birthday Party Printable Decoration

I made a custom Sesame Street Signs on my computer and stringed them together.  It turned out really cute!

Sesame Street Birthday Sign. DIY Elmo Party with Free Printables

To make a sign like mine use the Free Printables below.  Save the file and open it in an editing program. PicMonkey is a great option, it’s a free online editing program and is really easy to use!  Just open blank sign file and add your text to the sign. Use Tahoma or Arial font all caps in white. 

blank-sesame-street-sign

Click on Links Below: 

pdf file Blank Sesame Sign

jpg file Blank Sesame Sign

happy-birthday-sesame-street-sign

pdf file Happy Birthday Sesame Sign

jpg file Happy Birthday Sesame Sign

I used Elmo merchandise we already owned to decorate the house.

DIY Elmo Party with Free Printables

I had my son dressed in a cute personalized Elmo shirt for the party from Etsy.

Click here to Go to Etsy Shop for Elmo Shirt. 

DIY Elmo Party with Free Printables

I designed a simple cake and had a cake maker friend make it for me. For th top of the make I purchased an Elmo candle from amazon.

Elmo Cake! DIY Elmo Party with Free Printables

An Elmo pinata was made by myself from a cardboard gift box, tissue and printed an enlarged Elmo face for eyes, nose, and mouth.

It wasn’t the best for breaking purposes but it was super cute and it made for a fun mask afterwards!

Elmo Pinata DIY mask

DIY Elmo

If you like this printable you may also want to check out my other FREE PRINTABLES.

rays of bliss Free Printable Designs

All printables and downloads designed by rays of bliss are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Please do not alter or claim as your own. This file is not intended for resale, nor are the printed versions of this file. Feel free to link back to www.raysofbliss.com if you like our printables.

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Comments

  1. This is such a sweet party idea. It’s perfect for a toddler!

  2. Thanks for sharing all these ideas!!! I can’t wait to try some of these for my girls second birthday!

  3. I tried to use the blank sign to mimic the 3 signs strung together, but cannot put text in the blank sign. Any advice?

  4. Alissa B says:

    You can copy the image to Microsoft word. Create a text box and change the outline and fill to no color. Then you can free type.

  5. Alissa B says:

    You gave some great ideas! Thank you for the street sign template. It made my planning easier!

  6. This is so cute!

  7. Amber Ludwig says:

    Omgosh this turned out so cute!! I love how easy you made everything!! So perfect and what a cutie!!

  8. Taryn Kane says:

    Hello! How did you print the labels?

  9. What an adorable party! I just love free printables!

  10. This is just too cute and thank you for sharing this DIY with us.

  11. What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing! ♡ May use this for my LOs 3rd birthday 🙂

  12. I can’t seem to save the sesame street sign. It only saves as a web file. Can you tell me how I could save this and personalize?

    • Hello Gloria, Click on the image it will open in a new box. Right Click on image and select “save image as”. It is a .png file. Once saved open file in an editing program or online editing program PicMonkey.com Please let me know if you need anymore help.

  13. I would really like to use the blank sesame street sign but for some reason i don’t have the option to save the image in full resolution. I hope you can help 🙂

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