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Britmums, Kodak & The Great Avengers Challenge!

| September 13, 2012 | 28 Comments

Well.. did you see our “Batman Costume” How To a couple of weeks ago? I hope so. It was a relatively easy and yet fun costume to make out of some old suit trousers (go check it out)!! Since then, Red Ted has gone SUPERHERO MAD! All he wants to do all day is play superhero games and do superhero activities.

Thank goodness for Kodak and the new Avengers printables range they have just launched. They have most definitely have come in handy in our house. I showed them to Red Ted and I got shouts of “Mummy Mummy Mummy, I want to be Iron Man!!” “Can I be Iron Man now, please”. “Please Mummy. Quickly”.

Thankfully, it really only took less than 2min. Ahem. I just printed off the wrong one (well, I WAS under pressure…). “Mummy, that is Captain America {Rolls Eyes}!”. Ahem indeed. Thank goodness, I am using the fab Kodak Hero 7.1 with it’s VERY economical colour cartridges. I do hate wasting expensive ink… So, I print the CORRECT mask.

UPDATE: since this post was first written, Kodak has taken the printables down from their site. I still have a copy that I downloaded. Please leave a comment below if you would like me to email them to you!

The neighbour’s boy is MORE than happy to be Captain America (even if a blurry one.. his family are non internety people). Whilst Red Ted, dresses up as Iron Man.

There is also an Incredible Hulk Mask for you to check out! It is rather good. And remember.. the alternative to this super duper easy printing is this:

hulk activity

 Which would you prefer?!

Now to you… what Superhero would you be? Check out the Avenger’s free printable pack. Take part and you could win!

Take a photo of you or yourr child sporting their Avenger Superhero mask – try and be as innovative, witty and creative as possible. Write a post about it, link up to BritMums and you could win:

  • £500 (whoop whoop) for the frist prize
  • And 3 runners up will get their own Kodak Hero 7.1 printer!
All terms and conditions on the BritMums Linky Party blog post.
Check out what The Alexander Residence and The Imagination Tree did with their masks!

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I am an ambassador for the BritMums #superherocrafts project, sponsored by Kodak. I was paid for this post.

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  1. I so don’t fancy the alternative to the masks! Great pics :) Looks like you all had fun! My kids loved the masks too.

  2. Red Ted Art says:

    Hehehehe I am impressed The Englishman let Pip Squeak paint his face!! Printed would have been easier for sure!

  3. The masks are so cute. My kid is a superhero all day too. I love it!

  4. I love that Daddy got his face painted! What a good sport. x

  5. Ohhh they look a lot of fun – I love the hulk make up

  6. looks like good fun all round. Little man would love these masks

  7. Props to The Englishman and – must see if my ‘Irishman’ will be so obliging :) The masks look great, off to check out the site. M xx

  8. My boys love the avengers, but I might need to pick a day when I’m ready for all the hulk noises before I print these out!

  9. Red Ted Art says:

    @Molly.. I reckon you SHOULD try and get The Irishman to do it too. Daddy’s unite and all that!

    @Anna.. but he had a lovely “rest” on the sofa whilst Pip Squeak “coloured him in”… even got shut his eys.

    @Hanna Goodness yes, the Hulk CAN be very noisy…

  10. Rebecca says:

    I think I should have got my hubby involved… Tilly and Jasper weren’t so willing to wear the masks!

  11. Rebecca says:

    I am a bit disappointed you weren’t green to be honest Maggy!

    My twins still av green eyebrows from doing this!

  12. I do hope you print out those pictures of the Englishman: precious memories. And brownie points to him for submitting to greenery and funny faces :D

  13. Mary says:

    After my son came downstairs wearing his sisters necklace saying “daddy I a princess?!?” for the 100th time this weekend my husband declared we need to go out and get some superhero stuff. This is it! How lucky for me to find this. And I love the hulk pictures (my favorite is the beautiful Pip Squeak looking up at The Englishmen).

  14. Red Ted Art says:

    Rebecca – hehehe to green eye brows :-)

    Domestic Goddesque – yes the things he does “in the name of blogging”. Photos printed and on mantle piece ;-)

    Mary – these sound like perfect timing. Hooray!

  15. I think my guys would be green until Christmas!

  16. The Monko says:

    Goblin would never wear the masks but he was happy for me to paint his face the other day so Hulk it is in our house.

  17. Love those & I am sure they would make so many little boys (I know I shouldn’t stereo-type but let’s be honest)very, very happy.

  18. Lori says:

    Would love a copy of the printable for my son’s upcoming 4th birthday party, thank you!

  19. Nicola says:

    These activities look fab! I am a teacher and going to create a Superhero lair for the children to come back to in August, hoping it will spark lots of enthusiasm and interest. Please could you email me the templates for the masks and the puppets. Thanks

  20. Veronica says:

    I’d love a copy of the Avengers’ masks!
    Thanks in advance!
    -Veronica

  21. Kayla says:

    I would like a copy of the Avenger’s masks set.
    Thanks,

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