Design Ideas

For any ideas below that are copyrighted, we would encourage you to secure advance permission. Your designer can help to answer any questions you might have regarding this process.

Superheroes/Hometown Heroes

Maze Design Ideas

Here's a peek at our superhero maze design at Cornbelly's in 2017. If you're interested in this theme, your maze designer would be happy to send you some other sample designs as well if you like.

Painted Hay Bales

Painted hay bales are a fun way to incorporate your superhero theme on the ground. At Cornbelly's we painted 10+ bales featuring a variety of superhero symbols, etc. and placed them near our maze entrance.

Feature images or videos

To add to the excitement of the theme, we incorporated character appearances every day. We bought a Bat Girl and Super Girl costume at a local Halloween supply shop and used regular employees for those appearances, then hired out other superheroes to make weekly appearances from a local character company.

Photo Opp Artwork

If you would like to purchase the artwork for this cutout photo opp board, click below. A file will then be sent to you via email so you can print locally.

Click to Purchase Artwork

Passport Game

If you are interested in purchasing interactive superhero passports that guests can play as they travel through your maze, click below to order.

Click to Order Passports

Feature images or videos

f you'd like to use this stock photo in your marketing, CLICK HERE to download.

Wizard of Oz

Maze Design Ideas

Here's a peek at our maze design at Cornbelly's in 2014. If you're interested in this theme, your maze designer would be happy to send you some other sample designs as well if you like.

Painted Hay Bales

Painted hay bales are a fun way to incorporate your theme on the ground. At Cornbelly's we painted bales featuring each main Wizard of Oz character and placed them near our maze entrance.

Character Appearances

To add to the excitement of the theme, we incorporated character appearances every day. We bought and/or rented costumes from a local theater company and used regular employees for those appearances.

Marketing Photo

If you'd like to use this Dorothy photo in your marketing, click below to email the photographer Kris Doman at krisdoman@me.com. She charges a $300 license fee for rights to use it and would provide you with the hi-res image.

Journey to Oz Game

If you are interested in purchasing Journey to Oz interactive game sheets for your guests to use in the maze, click below.

click to purchase game

Photo Opp Artwork

If you would like to purchase the artwork for this cutout photo opp board, click below. A file will then be sent to you via email so you can print locally.

click to purchase artwork

Patriotic

Maze design ideas

Here's a peek at a past maze design from LaSalle, CO. If you're interested in this theme, your maze designer would be happy to send you some other sample designs as well if you like.

Painted Hay Bales

Cornbelly's Example: life-size hay bale flag

Photo Opp: Tractor

Cornbelly's Photo Opp Example: patriotic tractor

Photo Opp: Frame

Cornbelly's Photo Opp Example: life-size patriotic photo frame

Decor

Cornbelly's Decor Example: patriotic flagging

Light Show

Cornbellys Example: patriotic light show & fireworks

Costume Contest

Cornelly's Example: employee costume contest

Parking Sign

To order patriotic parking signs, click below

purchase parking sign

Passport Game

If you are interested in purchasing interactive American History passports that guests can play as they travel through your maze, click below to order.

Purchase Passport Game

Other Ideas

Below are additional timely ideas (scroll horizontally on mobile). For any ideas that are copyrighted, we would encourage you to secure advance permission. Your designer can help to answer any questions you might have regarding this process.

Questions

Q: Do I need to get permission to feature a celebrity, company logo or movie in my maze design?

      A: Though each state regulates its own laws on this subject, in most cases the answer is yes. Anytime you feature a celebrity, movie, etc. in a way that portrays their likeness and implies they may have approved of or endorsed your maze, you should have their permission. An exception would be any works that have entered public domain. All works first published or released before January 1, 1927, have lost their copyright protection. In the same manner, each January 1 will result in literature, movies and other works released 96 years earlier entering the public domain. If selecting a public domain theme, only imagery from the original work of art can be used and not any later reproductions for movies, etc.

Another exception to needing permission is for political figures. Because they are elected public officials, you could feature them in your maze design without obtaining their permission.