These are most of the contents of the goody bags. Coloring books (printed from nick jr), crayons, stick puppets (printed from nick jr, and laminated,) bubbles, play doh, candy, a thanks for coming card (printed from nick jr,) and puzzles (printed from nick jr, backed with cardstock, and laminated.)
I printed the images for this banner from nick jr. Then I printed another set in reverse. Cut them out, glued them together, laminated, punched holes, added ribbon on the balloons, and strung everything on ribbon. The result is a durable, double sided, really cute garland/banner thing that will probably end up in one of the kid's room after the party.
Some Muno stuffies I made for the kids, that won't fit in the goody bags. These were my first attempt at machine applique, and they turned out pretty well. I printed the templates at nick jr.
The muno pinata is finished, but I haven't gotten a picture yet. It turned out...um...ok. lol. Let's just say my paper mache abilities are pretty limited. I've made a ton more stuff, but that's about all I've taken pictures of.
Incidentally, I noticed that they started selling actual Yo Gabba party goods about a week ago. I opted out anyway, and purchased the solid colored tableware at Party City, since we're having quite a few folks over, and the Gabba stuff would have been pretty pricey for such a large crowd. It's cute though.