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Sending guests home with party favors is a fun way to make sure your party makes a lasting impression. Even better? Send them home with tasty, edible, homemade party favors! Not only are these homemade party favors sure to impress your guests, but they’re totally fun to make. Here are 3 homemade party favor hacks that are perfect for kids’ birthday parties, bridal showers, baby showers, and more!
Edible Party Favor Hack 1: Make DIY Chocolate Pops
These DIY chocolate pops are easy to make in bulk for larger parties. Simply spoon melted chocolate on a parchment-lined baking sheet, then add lollipop sticks, and sprinkle on mini candies, chopped nuts, sprinkles, or any toppings you like. Refrigerate the pops for one hour, then display them in a jar full of sprinkles or hand them out to guests!
Edible Party Favor Hack 2: Make a DIY Candy Box
For a party favor with a truly personal touch, make these personalized candy boxes for your guests! Just fill a tackle box with chocolates and candies, then use stickers to decorate the lid. Spell out your guest’s name, add glittery hearts and stars, or other festive stickers, and give the box to your guest.
Edible Party Favor Hack 3: Make Cotton Candy Ice Cream Cones
These cotton candy ice cream cones are as tasty as they are aesthetically pleasing! Place ice cream cones in an ice cream cone holder stand. Then, place balls of cotton candy on top of each cone so they look like ice cream. Wrap the cotton candy cones in cellophane to keep them preserved, and hand them out at your party!
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