Napoleon Dynamite Party 2!

We had so much fun with our first Napoleon Dynamite Party we wanted to do it again! But not the same exact party, this party has fun NEW IDEAS!

First, "Tina, you fat lard, come eat your dinner" for Dinner we had a QUESADILLA BAR. "Make yourself a dang quesadilla" with lots of tortillas and cheese, and other toppings. You can find some brown paper at any DOLLAR TREE store and draw all over it. Isn't my husbands llama drawing freakin awesome!

Then for dessert we did a PEDRO LOVES SUMMER CAKE. (Which my amazing husband made, yum yum!)

We also came up with some freakin' fun things to do

1) CHICKEN WAGES-Remember when Napoleon works in the chickens, "do the chickens have large talons?" and he is paid in change. Well we left out a clear bank with change in it, and had everyone guess how much change was in the bank

2) ANIMAL DRAWINGS- Our animals were inspired by Napoleons favorite animal the LIGER! "it's pretty much my favorite animal. it's like a lion and a tiger mixed... bred for its skills in magic." We had a jar full of animals and had each person draw an animal. Then, we took a piece of paper and folded it in half, had everyone find a partner and one person drew the top half and the other person drew the bottom half. When they were done they unfolded the paper, named their creation, and gave it a superpower. CLICK HERE for the PRINTABLE

3) PAPER FOOTBALLS- Uncle Rico inspired us with his quote "I bet I could throw a football over those mountains." We made paper footballs and took turns flicking them over our cardboard mountain.

4)A SUMMER PINATA- Pedro gets in trouble for making a piñata that looks like Summer, but everyone at our party loved the piñata and the prizes inside

and then we did some of the old favorites like DEBS PORTRAITS & BOONDOGGLE,

and the Napoleon Dynamite cartoon... which you can find on my other napoleon dynamite party post

and we sent our guests home with this party favor CHAPSTICK "but my lips hurt real bad" You can print off your own and wrap them around a standard chapstick, PRINT HERE

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