I don’t think party favors are required for kids’ parties, but I like to send our guests home with a little something to say thank you for coming. Usually the favors are something small and homemade, like these favors from my daughter’s Frozen birthday party.
I bought the treat boxes on clearance from Target, but I have found similar boxes at Dollar Tree too. I drew Olaf’s face onto the front of the boxes with a permanent marker, using an online picture of Olaf as a reference. I cut construction paper noses out and glued them to the box as well.
Each favor box contained a small tin of glittery homemade play dough. The dough was really white in real life, even though it looks yellow in all these pictures. I sealed the tins up with a piece of glitter tape in one of the party colors.
I finished up the favor boxes with some sweet treats as well: light blue cookies and crème Hershey’s kisses, Snowcaps candies, and some Frozen jelly candy.
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Let's be buds.
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