There are many ways to go when planning a party favor. I love the one-gift idea very much, like a puzzle or a ball or some princess wings. Last year we made flubber for everyone which was awesome. We’ve also done our fair share of paper bags filled with junk. These happen to be a parent’s least favorite, but the kids love them. The more useless dollar store toys + candy the closer they feel to having won the jackpot. My very favorite favor to give is arts + crafts (of course!). I am so excited to share this favor idea because it’s affordable (about $5.00 if you make 10 or more) and so cute!
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Art kit party favor items:
wooden star (5.5 x 5.5, $0.47 ea)
paints (I got mine on Amazon, $8 for 10, so about $1 ea) – or you can find them at CVS, Walgreens or Michael’s.
brushes (I got mine at Michael’s, 25 brushes for $4.99, $0.20 ea) – or just find brushes at CVS, Walgreens or Michael’s.
glitter glue (I got 16 minis for $5.20, so $0.33 ea) – you can also find these at CVS, Walgreens or Michael’s.
pom-poms ($8.90 for half-pounder bag on Amazon, about $0.10 per handful) – you can also find these at Walmart or Michael’s
lollipops (24 pops for $10, $0.42 ea)
I envision the kids racing home to pull out their stars, paints, glitter + poms. Then propping their finished stars up on the mantle for everyone to admire. Well, that’s at least what’s happening over here!