Tag Archives: Party Favors

I love quick and easy projects that use minimal materials, especially when it comes to the holidays. All those decorations can get pretty expensive, and they’re only temporary solutions anyway. So here’s a fun and simple way to dress up plain Halloween party favor bags at this year’s party. Oh, and one more thing, you can put the standard ghosts and goblins away because this budget-friendly option is anything but ordinary.


Supplies: Scotch® Color & Pattern Duct Tape, fringe scissors, regular scissors, small kraft bags (2.5 x 4 inches)

Directions: Cut two pieces of tape 2.5 inches long, the width of your favor bags. Set the first piece of tape aside and fold the other piece in half, longways. Then flip the second piece of tape over, so the sticky part is facing up. Attach the other piece of tape that was folded in half, leaving about 1/4 inch of space at the top. Fold the dangly part of the tape (at the bottom only) over the folded piece and press down. Now you have a small area at the top where the sticky part of the tape is still exposed. That is what you want. Next, using fringe scissors or regular scissors, begin cutting fringe pieces from the bottom up (do not cut the top area, where the sticky side of the tape is). Attach the first layer to your bag, starting at the bottom. Repeat until your entire bag is covered with fringe. Fill with candy and enjoy.





Photography, design and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff.
colors & patterns, duct tape, tape , scotch duct tape, scotch tape

This post is a collaboration with Scotch® Color & Pattern Duct Tape, but words and opinions are my own.

As your Ice Cream Party winds down, send guests home equipped with a Make Your Own Ice Cream Sundae kit (modified from Cheryl’s great idea). Perfect for continuing the Ice Cream festivities after the party is over.

Make your own ice cream sundae kit on onecharmingparty.com #icecreamparty #partyfavors

Make your own ice cream sundae kit on onecharmingparty.com #icecreamparty #partyfavors

To put these sundae kits together, fill quart sized ice cream buckets (ordered them here) with homemade salted caramel sauce and packets of sprinkles, chopped nuts, and other sundae toppings. Pair each set with a bottle of chocolate sauce or Magic Shell topping to complete the package.

Make your own ice cream sundae kit on onecharmingparty.com #icecreamparty #partyfavors

Make your own ice cream sundae kit on onecharmingparty.com #icecreamparty #partyfavors

Add fun labels (available here) and your Ice Cream Sundae kits are guest ready. Sweet!

Photography, design + styling by Kirstin Gentry.

Festively wrapped popcorn balls are the perfect party favor for a Halloween Carnival. We used this recipe for the easiest popcorn balls ever, and packaged them up like old-fashioned candy.

Popcorn Balls #halloween #popcornballs #partyfavors #trickortreat

Popcorn Ball Party Favors Halloween Carnival at OneCharmingParty.com #halloween #carnival #partyfavors #popcornballs

How to Wrap Popcorn Balls #halloween #popcornballs #partyfavors #trickortreat

How to Wrap Popcorn Balls #halloween #popcornballs #partyfavors #trickortreat

TO MAKE: You will need one batch of caramel popcorn shaped into balls. Let cool and harden. Trim the bottom seam off of regular, clear-plastic party favor bags. Slip popcorn ball into the center of the bag and twist-tie both ends shut. Finish by tying on several decorative ribbons.

Missed a post? Check out all of the Halloween Carnival Ideas. Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.

These goodie bags include all the essentials, and double as hiking party favors. Present each guest with their own drawstring day pack filled with water, magnifying glass, safety whistle, and field notes for the trail.

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Hikers Goody Bag

A scavenger hunt will help entertain little hikers on the trail. Download and print our free Field Notes Worksheet. If you like the color palette of this party be sure to check out the complete Dinosaur Party collection!

Photography, design and styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.

Delight all of the little ones at your next event with these monogrammed favor bags. They’ll smile seeing their initials in glitter and you’ll appreciate how easy they are to make.

monogrammed favor bags

You will need: glitter paper, striped favor bagsalphabet printable

Print the monogram of your choice out on the backside of glitter paper. Cut out the pretty glittery monograms.

monogrammed favor bags

Fill each favor bag with your favorite candy or treat and put the monogram on top. Simply sew a wide zig zag stitch across the top of the bags and letters to attach the monograms. Ta da!  Take home favors your guests will love.

Photography, design and styling by Sara Schmultz.

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