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After an afternoon of fun in the sun, send your little guests home with a treat. We packaged up sweet lemonheads in small zip lock bags and topped it off with our colorful Summer Fun Foldover Tags Printable.

Summer Fun Foldover Tags

Summer Fun Party Favors

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

Party Favors! I adore these individual, personalized party favors from Vintage Bake Shop. That’s right, they’re cupcake mixes that you can personalize for your event. These gourmet, all natural cupcake mixes come in 6 yummy flavors: Vanilla, Chocolate, Red Velvet, Chocolate Mint, Ginger Spice or Champagne. Each mix makes 6 regular cupcakes or 12 minis.

party favors

party favors

Vintage Bake Shop is generously giving away a set of 12 personalized favor mixes to one of our readers. Just pop on over to their site and check out all of their yummy flavors. Then come on back here and let me know which flavor you like best. You can comment on every post this week that features an item you would like to win. At the end of the week I’ll pick one winner from each post. I’ll have 5 prizes and 5 winners. Oh, and make sure to leave your email address in the comment form so that I can contact you when you win! I’ll post the winners next Monday.

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This is our last day of posting the Bunny Party. We hope it’s given you some fun inspiration for Easter. Cupcakes are an easy, kid pleasing dessert. Top them with a pair of our paper bunny ears and a cotton candy tail. You can buy containers of cotton candy at the grocery store. Please note, cotton candy starts to dissolve once it’s out of the package so put the bunny tail on right before serving.

For cute Easter cookies, frost a bunny shaped cookie and  let dry. Place bunny cookies in cellophane bags. Attach a cotton ball tail with double stick tape and tie it up with a pretty ribbon.

Click on the image below to download these bunny ears.

©One Charming Party.

Halloween cat toppers and ghostly goody bags. With lots of kids and classes to provide stuff for, we’re all about the Halloween treats around here. A few more ideas to inspire you…

Have some fun with tiny glassine sleeves that are normally used for 35mm negatives. Edit: Draw a ghost face freehand with a sharpie marker on first, fill with marshmallows or other small white candies, and carefully twist the top shut. In three easy steps you have an instant ghostly goody bag.

These glassine bags are 1 3/4″ wide and 9 1/2″ long. Sold in packs of 50 and sold individually.

Fill some fun treat bags with gum, candy, chocolate covered pretzels, marshmallow ghosts, goldfish crackers, or whatever else you can think up. Cut out these cat toppers and use them as a fun tag taped to a stick, tucked inside or tied on a bag (and of course you could use them on a cupcake as well). I think these goody bags would be great Halloween party favors or a fun surprise for a small preschool class. Click on the toppers to download the PDF.

Photos and printables by Sara Westbrook.

This is my final post on the Back to School ideas before going back to school and I think we’ve saved the best for last. What better treat to serve at a Back to School party than caramel apples? A tip from my mom, who dipped this apple for me: always make sure your apples are super cold before you dip them in the caramel. We used a pencil as the stick and a cool cupcake liner to set the dipped apple in.

And, like everything else, I think this would also make a great teacher gift…

For more back to school ideas, click on the tag below. Photo by Nicole Hill Gerulat. ©One Charming Party.

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