I'm excited to share this project with you today. My cute little daughter just had a birthday and has a healthy obsession (is that an oxymoron?) with Superman! So she wanted to have a super hero birthday. I tried to comply.
We played pin the super "S" on Superman....
We played "collect the kryptonite" using huge pom-pom balls (and some felt food--potatoes, tomoatoes, anything round....I didn't have enough pom-poms, turns out). The kids had to collect them with tongs and put them into a bucket in the middle of the room. Fun times!
We got a glow-in-the-dark-glow-stick to play "hot potato." You guys remember the old Superman? And the green crystal that makes the Fortress of Solitude? No? Ok, nevermind.
And we played "dress like a super hero!" I made some fun capes for the kids and they were SO easy. I was proud of myself. I'm not a sewer and I had about a day to make these.
Now, for the neck area, do 1/4" double fold and iron it down. Then, fold it down about 1 1/2" and iron it again.
You can have a little fun with it and sew fun stitches with contrasting thread. This was just a simple way for me to provide a fun activity and party favor.