20 {Easy!} Handmade Party Favors

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Whether you’re planning a kid;s birthday party, winter get-together, Valentine’s Day group dinner or shower, your personal party favor can be a unique and special way to say ‘thank you’ for joining in on the celebration.

These easy ideas from Martha Stewart Living. are as simple (a thoughtful take-away bouquet from wrapping a few centerpiece stems in prepared tissue or plastic baggies with ribbon) or fancy (cardstock cones complete with matching ribbon and monogrammed labels) as your party sees fit.

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These vellum wrapped cookies are one of my favorite ideas – wrap up a homemade dessert as if you were creating a mini envelope and add a pretty sticker. Place at the center of all individual table settings for a sweet little touch.

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These diy pinwheel baggies are super easy and adorably cute as well – using plastic favor bags from your local craft store, fill with goodies and staple shut by folding cut out round circles over the top edges, wrap a ribbon completely around favor for a finishing touch. Simple! And it’s perfect for a kid’s party or baby shower.

For 8 more creative favors, and the ‘how-to’, follow the jump!

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Young myrtle trees are the perfect giveaway for a shabby chic tea party and turning your standard tissue wrapped treat into a flower is easy to do. Check out all of the diy directions for each of these projects at Martha Stewart Living.

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Get creative! Pie to-go, personalized coffee blends, mini lunch pails (for delicious leftovers), tea cookies in diy boxes, fabric satchels, gussied up brown paper bags – so many creative handmade options with materials you may just have lying around the house!

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