Our Sparky the Fire Dog party kit provides everything you need to create a special day for your little firefighter! We have even provided photos to give you ideas on how to bring your party to life. These free DIY party plans are downloadable pdfs and include pages of tutorials and party instructions. You will find everything from the party to-do list, invitations, thank you cards, birthday banner, cupcake toppers, name tags, water bottle wrappers, games and more.

Party Kit PDFs
Instructions, to-do list and invitations
Circle and square labels, party place card and thank you cards
Bottle and candy wrappers, floor graphics, party hats and pennant
Games, coloring sheets, place mats, badges and cootie catcher
T-shirt transfers

We’ll walk you through everything from making party hats to playing pin the badge on Sparky. And after the party is over, you’ll send your guests home with their own Sparky goodie bag.

One of our favorite children’s illustrators, Karen Lee, did the art work for the party kit. The way she draws Sparky and his parade of kids is sweet and loveable. The cupcakes had white frosting and chocolate chips - just like the spots on Sparky. We used the circle tags in the kit to make the cupcake toppers. When the kids arrived we had a station to make party hats and name tags (we used Sparky badges for the name tags). What is a party without a shirt to go with it? T-shirts transfers are in the kit...as easy as 1-2-3.

The candy jars were filled with red licorice (fire hoses), mini chocolate bars with the candy wraps from the kit (chocolate bark) and gum (Sparky’s chews). We printed the circle tags on iron-on transfer paper for the favor bags and filled them with fun (and cheap) goodies from NFPA -- crayons, pencils, activity books and stickers. There was a station for the cootie catchers (yes, they are actually called that) where kids could learn how to use them and for the little ones a grown-up helped them read their fortunes.

Each table had coloring sheets and activity place mats for the kids to take a break during the party. Pin the badge on Sparky was a hit with all ages (the older kids got a few extra spins).

Sparky’s paw prints led the way to (and from) the party. Kids and adults couldn’t help following the prints to see where they ended.