These are the goody bags I made. I just bought solid colored gift bags and matched scrapbook paper to each bag. Then I punched circles and attached them with the 3D foam tape so that the circles were raised.
I used the keychain (explained below) as a name tag on the outside.
These are Duplo blocks. I put a round magnet on the back and...voila! A magnet! (note: hot glue doesn't work so well...I ended up reglueing them with my apoxy because the magnets fell off.)
I made crayons using Lego man crayons. Yes, I know this guy has lost half of his leg. The others were already packaged and I didn't want to open one up just to get a picture. I used a Lego mold to make the crayons. Caleb put small pieces of crayon in each mold (you can do rainbow or solid colors), and then I put them in the oven at a low 175 degree setting until the crayons were totally melted (around 10 minutes). I put the molds in the fridge to harden, but make sure they are completely hardened before you try pop them out. THAT is by far the hardest part!! I decapitated quite a few minifigures before I got the hang of it. If you're making minifigure crayons, push from the middle and bottom first.
I found Lego coloring books on Ebay, and figured that I could make them for a whole lot cheaper!
I believe I had 10 different coloring pages in it. I just printed them off of http://www.lego.com/ in their printable downloads section.
These were my favorite favor! I saw this idea on Etsy and knew that we could do this! I got the key chain materials at an excellent Black Friday deal at Joanne's Fabric. I paid about $2 total for 20 of these keychains, and they sell for $3 each on Etsy. I think I need to start selling them! :) Matt drilled the holes--without any drama, I might add!--and I put a little loop in and then attached the keychain to it. All it took was a drill and a pair of needle-nosed pliers. EASY!
Last, but certainly not least, what's a Lego party without the Lego candy??