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How to Throw the Ultimate Spy Ninjas Birthday Party. Oh my! I am still worn out from my son’s 6th birthday party last Friday night. The party was the easy part! The planning and prep will kill a person!

Calling all young secret agents and adventure enthusiasts! If you’re on a mission to organize an unforgettable birthday bash for your child inspired on Spy Ninjas, you’re in the right place!

In a world filled with intrigue, codes, and mystery, the Spy Ninjas have captured the imaginations of kids and parents alike. Inspired by the daring escapades of Chad Wild Clay and Vy Qwaint, our Spy Ninjas birthday party promises to be an action-packed celebration.

Spy Ninjas Themed Party

This is what I learned about myself – I do not like baking. Decorating cookies and cupcakes are my worse nightmare (remind me to hire that out next time). But the party was a huge success and it looked amazing thanks to the printable ninja set from Debbie from Wants and Wishes Design.

Not specifically Spy Ninjas, of course, but totally worth it and, best of all, adaptable! I found her party online and knew it would be the perfect jumping off point for my son’s Spy Ninjas birthday party.

How to Organize a Spy Ninjas party

Except for the baking part – I really enjoyed piecing this party together. As you can see from the pictures I pretty much emulated everything she did.

I loved all the little details she put into designing her printable. And let me tell you: printables make a party! It is so easy and creates such a beautiful design and theme for your party.


And the star of the show helped make it pretty great too!


Using images I found on the internet I created this invitation. Not bad for someone who knows nothing about design, lol

ninjago invite

What I bought for the Spy Ninjas Birthday Party:

It was easy and straightforward for me but now you can buy the set for Spy Ninjas in Amazon for a few dollars.

I also bought Candy Blocks and Lego Candy Mold from Amazon


The ninja stars were part of the printable package. I just piped on red Wilton candy melts onto wax paper with the ninja outline underneath to use as a pattern.

The little lego figures were from the above linked mold with different colors of Wilton candy melts as well.

Tip: Use the Wilton Squeeze Bottle to fill the mold and pipe the stars.


As a take away from the party (in addition to their pinata candy) each child received five mini chocolate legos.


I used the leftover Wilton candy melts and melted them onto Mike Sells popcorn puffs to make some Firecracker Crunch.


The chocolate covered pretzel nunchucks were made dipping pretzel rods into chocolate bark and sticking a Twizzler Pull & Peel into the wet chocolate on the top.

Then I used two strands of the Twizzlers to tie a printable tag around them.


Then I just used the rest of the printables to add pizzazz to the table.


And of course we can’t have a birthday party at home without a themed homemade paper bag pinata.paperbag_pinata_2

Isaac had a blast and kept saying all weekend – I wish we could do my party all over again.


And here is Kayla and Isaac practicing their new Lego Ninjago moves.


Do you want more Lego ideas? Check out this Lego Lamp from one of my contributors.


FAQs – Spy Ninjas

What is Spy Ninjas?

Spy Ninjas is a popular YouTube and social media franchise created by the YouTubers Chad Wild Clay and Vy Qwaint, known for their family-friendly content and engaging spy-themed adventures.

The Spy Ninjas brand is primarily focused on entertaining and educational content for kids and families.

Here are some key aspects of the Spy Ninjas:

YouTube Channel:

Chad Wild Clay and Vy Qwaint run a YouTube channel where they portray themselves as Spy Ninjas, a group of secret agents dedicated to fighting against hackers and solving various mysteries. They produce a variety of content, including spy challenges, pranks, and DIY spy gadgets.

Narrative Series:

The Spy Ninjas YouTube channel often features episodic content where they follow a storyline involving various challenges, missions, and adversaries. These narratives are designed to engage their audience and keep them invested in the ongoing adventures.


Like many YouTube personalities, Chad Wild Clay and Vy Qwaint have developed their own Spy Ninjas merchandise, including clothing, toys, and accessories, which are available for purchase.

Educational Content:

While the Spy Ninjas content is entertaining, it also includes educational elements, such as problem-solving, teamwork, and critical thinking skills, making it appealing to parents and children alike.

Community Engagement:

Chad and Vy actively interact with their fanbase through live streams, comments, and social media. They encourage audience participation and often feature fan-submitted content.


The Spy Ninjas have collaborated with other YouTubers and content creators on various projects, further expanding their reach and influence within the YouTube community.

Is Spy Ninjas for kids?

Yes, Spy Ninjas is primarily aimed at a younger audience, particularly children and pre-teens. The content is family-friendly and designed to entertain and engage kids while also including educational elements.

The Spy Ninjas YouTube channel and related content typically feature spy-themed challenges, missions, and adventures that are exciting and enjoyable for children. These adventures often involve problem-solving, teamwork, and critical thinking skills, making them both entertaining and educational.

Parents often appreciate Spy Ninjas content because it is safe and suitable for children. It can serve as a source of entertainment that aligns with positive values. The Spy Ninjas franchise also includes merchandise such as toys, clothing, and accessories, which further caters to its young fanbase.

Do the Spy Ninjas gadgets work?

The Spy Ninjas gadgets featured in Chad Wild Clay and Vy Qwaint’s YouTube videos are primarily props and DIY creations made for entertainment purposes. While they may look impressive and fun, they are not real spy equipment. They do not have the same functionality as professional spy gear.

These gadgets are often made from everyday items and craft materials. Their purpose is to add an element of creativity, playfulness, and problem-solving to the Spy Ninjas’ adventures. They are designed to inspire young viewers to use their imaginations and engage in imaginative play.

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  1. What an awesome party idea Beckie! My boys are obsessed with Ninjagos, so I’m pinning this for next year. It’s too bad we can’t get together and tag team–I love the baking part, but I stress over the decorating. LOL!

  2. My 6 year old daughter loves these little Ninjago Legos! I am going to have to do this for her next birthday! Thank you!

  3. Now THAT is awesome. My son, who is 10, is at that stage where everything is “chill” and he is too old for parties…but reality is that the minute he saw a party like this, he would get all giddy and act like he was 5 once again. What a great momma you are!

  4. Awesome! We did a Ninja party (because my 5 year old is ALSO obsessed with Ninjago) this weekend too! Haven’t had the energy to post my photos yet. Love all your details!

  5. Beckie you did a fabulous job! I’m like Kara….. I LOVE the baking part! The part that is hard for me is the photography. lol I’m glad every enjoyed the party and that I could help you with the printables!

  6. Thank you so much for sharing this awesome party! My son recently decided he wants a Ninjago party and I was trying to figure out what to do, and once again you save the day! My son will be so happy!

  7. Fantastic ideas! You are so creative! I bet you kids and their friends loved every thing about it!

  8. For a moment I was like, “They live on Spinmaster Lane, what are the odds of that?!” I really need to stop staying up late watching The Real Housewives of Wherever!

  9. My son would love a lego ninjago party. Your food and decorations look great, but what did the kids do during the party?

  10. Hope you had a wonderful Mother’s Day. Mine was great!

    I am new to this blogging stuff. A blog I read alot nominated me for the “Versatile Blogger award”. I had to choose 15 blogs that I discovered and follow often. Yours was on the top of my list. Please go check it out!

    I know you are probably very very busy and I just wanted those blogs that inspire me so much to know that I appreciate all their hard work and thank them for teaching me so much!

  11. This turned out so cute! Love it. I too get so wrapped up in parties and details that probably only matter to me.

  12. TERRIFFIC Party!!!! Now is it sad that out of all that eye candy as soon as I heard “Mike Sells” my mouth started watering! I miss Mike Sells! We can’t get it hear in Virginia! Boohoo! I bet the birthday boy absolutely LOVEd his party. Just be careful, after a supremely cool 5th Birthday that was Pirate themed, it’s been hard to rein in the parties from getting bigger and bigger! LOL says the woman who’d throwing a HUGE Harry Potter Bash this weekend!

  13. I love this! My son is a HUGE Ninjago fan. I can potentially see his 6th birthday being a Ninjago one. I am pinning this and I will be borrowing a bunch of your ideas if that is what he wants. Everything turned out fantastic!

  14. Yikes…if it gets bigger than this one I might die. Totally not my forte. I can spray paint the crap out of anything but I think i will leave party planning to the experts. HA!

  15. I’m just now seeing this. It turned out so cute. I love the throwing stars on the cupcakes and the chocolate covered pretzel nun chucks. Awesome! It’s little details like that, that make a great party. I also wanna try your paper bag pinniatta. Love it all.

  16. Oh, wow! I love this! Every little detail is so fabulous…I think the nunchucks might be my favorite. Lol. Looks like your son loved it, and it’s no wonder! I’m so glad you shared this link with me!

    amy from one artsy mama

  17. Love this! I stubbled across your post as I am in the midst of planning my own Isaac’s 4th Birthday Ninjago Style. Great job! Love the Nunchucks!

  18. Hello, I love those invitations. Are you producing them? I would like to order some. Thanks

  19. Hello, Everything looks awesome! Can you please tell me where did you, purchased the birthday banner & the back drop behind the table? or did you make them? Thank you for your time!

  20. The backdrop was my curtains. If you read the whole post you can get the link for the banner from wants & Wishes Designs.

  21. Hello, Sorry to bother you again! I meant the backdrop over the curtains! The white panel with the black chinese symbol?
    Did you purchased them or make! Thank you so much for sharing!

  22. Hi Beckie,

    I just bought the printables from Wants & Wishes at Etsy, I have the same problem as you do, the baking. I just ordered the cupcakes at a local grocery store but I really want to do the stars. I saw you explained everything up there on your tutorial. So here I go….print the label from the package, do you print it out on a regular paper? After that you place the paper under the wax paper and trace with it the Wilton Squeeze Bottle to fill in the mold? How long did you waited to dry? Sorry for so many questions, I’m a bit over stressed :/ I hope I can hear from you soon.



  23. Oh how fun! It really is pretty weary. I would print it out on regular paper and then put wax paper over it. Then I’d outline it with the squeeze bottle and then fill it in. It takes maybe 30 minutes for them to dry. Let me know how it works out.

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