Personalized Party Favors and Gifts

I love to make unique Party Favors. I prefer personalized items over plastic bendy toys or parachute guys. It just seems like such a nice touch to give your guests something to remember you by. Here are a few of my creations that I have given out over the years:

These gumball Machines are always a hit at a party. You can buy them here. Just buy the paint pens at Michael’s or Hobby Lobby. Get some cellophane and some curling ribbon and your set!

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Water Bottles are great to give away at an end of the season sports party. I got these particular water bottles at Wal-Mart and they were so cheap. The kids went bananas over these. Just make sure you get the correct spelling. You can also find these on Amazon.

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These mini drum sets are perfect for Toddlers. I gave these out during the party and the kids had so much fun with them. And because they were all personalized no one forgot or lost their drum.

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Personalized Train Carrying Case. These aren’t exactly favors.  I would say these are more of a gift. Trains of all sizes can fit in here.

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These personalized car carriers are also more of a gift. However, if your party is small enough and you only have a few kids then I’d say these would make a perfect favor!

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Have fun!

8 thoughts on “Personalized Party Favors and Gifts”

  1. Tina, I bought them from a wholesale manufacturing company. You have to have a tax ID number and a sellers permit.

  2. I know this is from last year but what do you use to personalize the water bottles? I saw you mentioned a paint pen in the post but the print is so perfect not sure I can do that!!

    • Melissa, On this little items like the water bottles and the gumballs that is all dine freehand. The train boxes are done with a stencil.

    • Melissa, On the little items like the water bottles and the gumballs that is all dine freehand. The train boxes are done with a stencil.

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