Penguin Party Favors
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Penguin Party Favors. All this week I have shared bits and pieces from our after school Penguin Party. And, much like a party without cake is just a meeting (as Julia Child is credited with saying), a party without favors is not a party…at least not at my house. So, even if you are just coming over for a playdate and after school snacks, you will take home a small party favor.
I had a few party favors for the party, they were all very simple. I found SnoCap candies at my local Five Below, and I thought they would be perfect for our little party. I also grabbed a box of SnoBall cakes for the favors. Finally, I found Fisher Price Little People Penguins on clearance at the store, so I grabbed a few of those too. I added the favors to a white paper bag and added the favor tag I made with my Cricut to the bag with a scrap of red fleece as a scarf. Simple and adorable!
If I was planning the party a few weeks in advance, I would have purchased cute penguin soaps from Etsy, and favors and more supplies from Oriental Trading Company. Oriental Trading Company has a coupon page too!
See how I made the printables for the Penguin Party here, and the games we played here.