Superhero-ing; Capes and Masks

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At the beginning of Summer I did a DIY Superhero Party post for Supersimpleonline.com . I regularly contribute to their website and I was asked to come up with a party craft. So DIY capes for a Superhero birthday party was born. As you can see from the photo it was miserable work and I hated every minute of it. HA!

To find out more about how to make the capes and what to buy to use on them click the embedded link above. 

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As part of this piece I created a Superhero Name Generator. It was a logical step if you ask me. Every superhero requires a name and sometimes making one up can be tricky. So this way it is out of your hands as it is made for you! You can find the generator at the end of the post on Super Simple so keep reading to the end of that post.

What is really cool about this is that the employees at Super Simple have gotten really involved and let their imaginations run away with them! In fact some of the animators created their own animations of their Superhero names. How cool is that? Moreover, they are doing a competition on Facebook! All you have to do is go on to the Super Simple Facebook group and keep an eye out for their competition today, follow their instructions and you get entered into a draw. The winner gets their OWN superhero animation created by the animator of their own Captain Monsterica! What an awesome prize that is! We'll be entering the Little Feet... oh who am I kidding, Daddy Big Feet and myself are both entering too! So keep an eye out for that! 

Below are some of my favourites that the animators at Super Simple created for their alter-ego superhero identities. 

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To match the capes we created some masks to go with them. You can find those through the link below.