Super Hero Birthday Party {Free Party Printables}

A super hero party is always a hit with little boys. My son was a slightly obsessed with Batman a while back… so I know how much fun this party theme can be!

batman party invitation - Super Hero Birthday Party

Check out this awesome Super Hero Party by my friend Jenn at Ambrosia Girl.

Scroll down for FREE printables she made just for Living Locurto readers!

Super Hero Birthday Party

For an activity, they had a cape-decorating workshop. Each child was given a package that included a cape, mask, and a stencil of their initial to trace onto felt. Super Hero Birthday PartySuper Hero Birthday Party
Super Hero Birthday Party

What a cutie!

Super Hero Birthday Party


Enjoy these FREE  PRINTABLES to make your Super Hero party complete!

Super Hero Birthday Party - Cape Craft

Basic shape for capes

Super Hero Birthday Party - Mask CraftDownload the FREE Superhero Mask Template

Super Hero Birthday Party - Free Printable InvitationDownload ‘Bif’ ‘Zap’ and ‘Pow’ Bursts

I added my own free printable after getting Jenn’s cute “Bursts”.

Print this Super Hero Training invite and place in a file folder marked “TOP SECRET”.

Just click the image to download. (For personal use only- please see terms of use in my sidebar)

Super Hero Birthday Party - Free Printable Invitation


About Amy Locurto

Amy is a creative mom of two and graphic designer. When she's not working on Living Locurto, she's busy designing Printable Party Supplies and working on I Heart Faces, her photography blog. Find Amy on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and Instagram.

Comments

  1. Jennifer Van Laren says:

    Thanks for all your ideas and templates… very helpful in planning my sons combined 4&5th birthday party.

  2. just wanted to say thank you for sharing your ideas and templates! this has been such a help! My DAUGHTER wanted a superhero party (AVENGERS LOVER!) and I am clueless as to ideas! This really got my creative juices flowing! thanks again!

  3. Thank you sooOOoo much for these printables! Need these for my niece’s Batman bday party. She is turning 5 and this will help to make it a great day for her!

  4. lela bloom says:

    You can make capes out of old/new T-shirts by leaving the neck ring to go over the head, and in front of the neck, while cutting everything else away except the back piece.

  5. Thanks so much for the pattern templates!! I’ve just finished my Princess Super Hero cape and am pretty delighted with it! :) Princess Super Hero Cape and Mask

  6. Thank you for the superhero mask templates! This just made our party!! I cut out a bunch of mask peices and let them design their own masks with stars, hearts, flowers, lightening bolts, etc. AWESOME! :)

  7. Thanks a bunch for sharing this with all folks you actually know what you’re talking approximately! Bookmarked. Kindly also talk over with my website =). We can have a link alternate contract between us

  8. Love superheroes!!! I design and create upcycled girl’s superhero dresses and shirts that would be great for a superhero themed birthday.
    Hope you’ll stop by.
    Here is my link: http://www.etsy.com/shop/GabbyandZack

  9. Would love a little info about these. Am having a superhero birthday party in a couple of weeks and am planning on making capes for the kids. What is the material here for the cape? The one pic where they are being decorated looks like the material used was a no sew item??? Taht would be WONDERFUL to find out! Thanks!!

  10. Elizabeth says:

    Hello, wonderful printables! I love them all! I am having trouble downloading the super hero templates. I’m not sure if this one is even included because it is not mentioned, but do you have the stencil templates? If so, could you please send them to me. Thanks

  11. shanmcclam says:

    I am asking the same question, what material did you use for the capes. 1. The cape template doesn’t seem to be working. Could you send it to me please?
    2. Are your capes made of felt?
    3. How did you attach the emblems/letters on to the capes so the kids could wear them immediately?
    4. What did you use to keep the masks on the kids?
    please email me scmcclam7@yahoo.com

    • @shanmcclam,
      This party was by my friend, Jen. To me, it doesn’t look like felt capes, but a t-shirt type of fabric. I would use fabric glue for the felt letters. Punch holes in the masks and use elastic string.

  12. Jacquie says:

    LoveLoveLove this!! I want to do a SuperHero themed birthday party for my son’s 4th birthday party… I had a couple of questions, kinda the same as everyone else but I didn’t see the answers…
    1. What fabric did you use for the capes?
    2. What did you use to glue/adhere the stuff to the capes so that they could use them right away?
    3. I couldn’t get the template to come up can you send them to me??

    Thanks

  13. Stephanie says:

    I am planning a Super hero party form my son. I love the capes, but can’t seem to find the template to download, can you send it to me? Thanks!

  14. Where did you buy the felt rectangles?
    Do you have the template for the back of the cape?

  15. Lisa Thakkar says:

    I’m planning a superhero party for my almost 4 yr old son – yours looks like so much fun! I have a few questions, though:
    1. The cape template doesn’t seem to be working. Could you send it to me please?
    2. Are your capes made of felt?
    3. How did you attach the emblems/letters on to the capes so the kids could wear them immediately?
    4. What did you use to keep the masks on the kids?

    Thank you, thank you!!

  16. Great place to get kids super hero capes – http://www.kindercapes.com/ – SO cute!

  17. Thanks for the awesome templates! I used the mask one to whip up a dress-up outfit for my 2yo: http://storiedyarns.blogspot.com/2012/01/zack-attack-easy-diy-superhero-costume.html.

    It didn’t go so well, but the mask part was great, ha! :)

  18. robin goforth says:

    loved the supper hero things. They will be a great help with my sons 4th bday

  19. Love the Batman invite with the picture of your son. How do you make those?

  20. I’m performing a thing of the same interest and are having note on this .Cheers.

  21. I love the ideas. I’m not having a birthday party but a superhero theme for Halloween so the pow zap bif pdf will help!

  22. I have read a few good stuff hereDefinitely price bookmarking for revisitingI wonder how much attempt you set to create this kind of great informative website.

  23. Hi!
    Just came across your posting. Love the cape idea!! What kind of fabric did you use to make them?

    Thanks!
    Janine

  24. Shannan says:

    I love your ideas. My son is turning four and decided he wants a Batman birthday party. I had been looking all over the internet for kids masks to buy, but I love your ideas! Can’t wait to see what else this website has to offer!

    Thanks for all the great ideas!

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