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Since I throw some sort of party, for every reason under the sun, I am going to show you how to do a movie marathon party for MARVEL’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron the bomb dot com way. Ready?
I started with Hulk smashed potatoes because… genius.
And, in an effort to keep my focal point tidy and free of clutter, I only set out portioned food for the tiny party guests. The
majority of the adults were fully capable of serving themselves from the main dish in the kitchen. Portioning out 5 pounds of potatoes would have taken a lifetime.
Note: I found the soap dishes at Walmart for a buck a piece! Hooray for clearance and out of the box thinking!
Note: I used my Silhouette to make enormous cupcake wrappers for the cups of mac and cheese.
Note: I put ice packs in the bottom of each can to cut down on the amount of potential melted ice (AKA water) on my floor if Hulk got out of hand. Superheros are not immune to accidents.
Lame. The answer you are looking for is lame.
Note: You can heat the s’mores in the microwave, the oven, over a grill, or over a gas stove. Kids don’t care as long as it’s ooey and gooey.
Note: Out of the box thinking wins again! I used the top sheet from a set of twin sheets for my tablecloth. The pillowcase pictured with the drinks was included with the sheets.
I made sure we had Iron Man 1, 2, & 3; Captain America 1 & 2, Thor 1 & 2, and The Avengers on hand for our viewing pleasure. Which is when I realized how neglected our green friend is. Poor guy.
MARVEL’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron Party Activities:
- Start by hanging a white piece of fabric.
- Put the curtains on a curtains rod before hanging the rod at the same level as the white fabric.
- Give your husband ample time to figure out that you used two nails to secure the rod.
- Pinky promise you will patch the holes in the wall… eventually.
- Never patch the holes.
As crazy as it sounds, I couldn’t sleep one night and found myself scrolling through the Avengers items on Walmart.com. I was looking for inspiration that wasn’t so mainstream. Something equally as cool as the Captain America backdrop from the previous party. That’s when I found the curtains and ev-ver-ry-thing else I purchased to indulge my tiny superhero’s obsession with all things superhero
Which is how we ended up spending some quality Mommy/Michael time at Walmart. Purchasing every stinkin’ product marked with his beloved superheros. He swore Dr Pepper Cherry was his favorite superhero drink even though he’s never had a lick of soda in his life. Well played, marketing.
Also, there is an app called Super Heroes Assemble (Current Studios) available right now that should keep your little superhero busy experiencing an augmented reality while you shop for groceries. I’ve got tricks for days, you guys!
Now that you see how easy it is to party like a superhero, will you be catching up before seeing MARVEL’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron?