Minecraft has been compared to playing with virtual LEGO pieces. Both games are based on cubes and block shapes. It is fun to see physical objects from the Minecraft world, built from LEGO bricks. I’m not talking about the official Minecraft LEGO sets, although those are wonderful, too. These are Minecraft food objects and potion shapes, built from assorted LEGO pieces.
YouTuber ZaziNombies LEGO Creations has built some perfect replicas of Minecraft foods with real LEGO pieces. His creations include a cake, bucket of milk, red apple, golden apple, and assorted potions.
Building Minecraft objects with LEGO bricks would be a fun snow day activity, or a nice break from electronics and screens.
Here’s a new free printable Minecraft-inspired birthday invitation! I made two variations of this invitation so you can choose the design that fits your needs. Both invitations have a diamond ore patterned border with a white space in the middle for your party details.
This invitation design says “You’re Invited” in a Minecraft-style font, and has places for you to write in your party information, such as where, when, and how to RSVP.
This design says “You’re Invited” and leaves the rest of the space open for you to add your own message.
Feel free to download and print these as needed. If you enjoy them, give them a Pin or Share! Thanks!
The cartoon xkcd is one of my favorite nerdy comics. For your Friday fun, here is a strip about Minecraft. The moral of the story: don’t let your noob friends into your Minecraft world while they’re recovering from wisdom teeth extraction.
Hello, friends! I’m planning another Minecraft birthday party, and I’ve just put together some postcard-sized invitations.
I’m sharing them with you, because I know there are lots of other kids out there who want Minecraft parties, and there aren’t a lot of ready-made paper goods to buy.
These invitations are free printables! I’ve put in the basic information fields, so you can print them out and fill them in by hand, or you can use your software to type right into the pdf and print the whole thing.
These print 4 to a page, and you can use a sheet of cardstock or Avery perforated postcards. Enjoy!