Super Heroes always capture children’s imagination…and these days adults aren’t immune either...........
Crash! Pow! Bang! Whack! I have a big superhero fan in my house, and if I had a pound for each time he wanted to get changed in to a different superhero costume I would be a very rich woman by now! In our collection at the moment is Spiderman, Superman and Batman; we also have some Incredible Hulk fists which proclaim something along the lines of "Don't make me angry, you won't like me when I get angry" every time you swing them. Which actually results in the fists getting swung around a lot more!
Anyway, when I read about this challenge from Britmums and Kodak I was only too eager to take part. It actually gave us a lovely activity for the weekend, although we did have some difference of opinion. My three year old insisted that under no circumstances was there going to be any elastic or string passing through the holes of the masks, he seemed to think that it would ruin them by passing string through. So we had to go with the hand-held option.
Anyway, before that we had other things to worry about; clearly I have printer problems as this Incredible Hulk mask came out BLUE!!!! Much to the disgust of my three year old! Although after much persuasion he started to think it was really cool!
I actually think a blue Incredible Hulk looks quite good! This was the best superhero pose my little one could do what with insisting that he had to hold the mask on.
My little boy loved using these masks; it was the next best thing to the costumes for him, and we now have Captain America, Iron Man and Incredible Hulk costumes on his Christmas list for Santa.
Awww! What a sweet Captain America!
Lastly we have a rather spooky looking Iron Man!
And of course we couldn't blog about superheroes and not include a pic of the Spiderman costume! I'll even let you in to a little secret - Spiderman's favourite food seems to be chocolate biscuits!
Yum! Yum! Chocolate biscuits!
And so we had a fun afternoon perusing these masks, even if my printer did turn the Incredible Hulk blue!
The Linky celebrates the power of Super Heroes as well as the DVD and Blu-ray release of Marvel’s Avengers Assemble on 17th September, along withfree printables for creating your own Super Hero adventure at home from Kodak.
This Linky is sponsored by Kodak, which has created free Marvel’s Avengers Assemble printables you can print at home, including character masks, posters and party packs including invitations to create your own Avengers themed party! Plus with Kodak you can print as much as you like without worrying about the cost of ink. With the lowest total ink replacement costs in the UK you can replace all your inks for under £23*.