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Photo by Open Shade Studios Dorothy Aprons Peach Perfect You don't need to wait until the end of the party to give favors to guests.
Here, we used Nerds, Sour Worms and Snowcaps to cover sweet, sour and chocolatey cravings.
The top part is a removable lid so guests can later use michaels gift cards balance the machine as a cookie jar or other storage container.
A New Take on an Old Recipe.From: Laura Fenton A Home Run Idea As take-home treats, give guests ballgame items like bubble gum, peanuts and baseball cards.Don't throw away leftover invitations next time you send out invites for your kid's birthday party.Just grab some cellophane CD envelopes and pop your favorite homemade cookies right.Give a perfect amount of candy for guests to break into when a sweet craving hits.For the kid on the go, throw a transportation-themed party filled with planes, trains and automobiles.Chris Nease printed the transportation graphics from her computer, glued the signs on wooden sticks and placed them on top of the cupcakes.Delectable Lavender Lemon Cakes.Cakies, sweet Orange Ginger Tea, use bulk spices to create your own custom blend of tea to keep guests remembering your party long after the night is over.Deciding on party favors and decor can be as simple as stepping into your garden.

Wrap it up in colorful twine and top it off with a special message.Lyndsey Fagerlund Imagery, campfire Treat, celebrate a summer birthday with a camping party.Tiny Prints used extra invitations to create patterned bunting.Attach stickers and woodland creature labels to the box and include baby spoons for them to enjoy immediately."The mantel requesting raffle prizes from companies had natural cut wood stumps from our backyard with pictures poking out of the wood stumps of the baby's first year says Katie Henry.Take it a step further and make a game out of it can you blow the biggest bubble?"Juice boxes are a birthday party staple for young children says.Kate Landers used a tarp and sandbox from a home improvement store as the ocean floor.
Celebrations at Home suggests using solid, neutral tableware paired with colorful charger plates to add some color to the party table.
Serve circus snacks like popcorn in striped containers you can find at any crafts store.