Angry Birds: Birthday Party Ideas

Do your kids love Angry Birds? Mine do! Here are some ideas of ways to bring the silly birds, mean pigs, and crashing blocks into reality. If we weren’t already planning a reptile birthday party we would do an angry birds one! Angry Birds Party Ideas
Don’t these DIY Yarn Pom-pom birds look like great?  Marie, over at Makes and Takes, had fun creating these birds and setting up a dixie cup obstacle course for the yarn “pigs” to hide in.  Thanks for a great rainy day activity (or the perfect party favors).

Jen from Big Binder has a fun Angry Birds Lunch idea.  She used lunch meat (or if you are meatless you can use tomato) along with cheese and bits of olive to make a silly meal.

Jay made some lunch sacks/angry birds themed party favor bags. They look super simple to replicate!

Brooke over at Crafting Chicks had fun creating some adorable angry birds cupcakes.  The tutorial is awesome.

And we all have toilet paper tubes!  The tricky thing with Amanda’s TP tube angry birds is that they are SO hard to knock over!  But SO easy to make!   This looks like a great at-the-party craft idea.

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One of my favorite Angry Birds Videos come from Holly of June Cleaver Nirvana.  She had a blast with her boys literally recreating the Angry Birds flight and the Mean Pigs demise!  My kids watch it over and over again!

Another favorite clip features Ben and his Dad over at Electric Pig.  They created an edible, playable angry birds cake – too cool!

Don’t have time to create an elaborate cake that topples?  Christy over at The Girl Who Ate Everything has a tutorial of some adorable Angry Birds Cake Pops.

Married to a photographer?  I am.  He finds the human version of Angry Birds and Pigs to be humorous.

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Do your kids play angry birds?



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An original "Quirky Momma" blogger and "Mommy" to six kids under six, when Rachel is not wiping crayon off the walls or wading through laundry, she can be found exploring and creating with her kiddos. She hopes to be someone who acts justly, loves kindness and walks humbly before God (Micah 6:8).