Loot bags, goodie bags, party bags, lolly bags … whatever you call them they’ve been the runaway surprise hit on my blog. Since I posted my first 10 Amazing Loot Bags in November last year it’s gone on to be my sixth most popular post of all time. So naturally it needed a follow-up. Voila …
These butterfly bags made using ziplock bags and painted pegs are so cute. Details at Scissors Paper Card.
Bubble and Sweet held the most amazing Wizard of Oz party for her four-year-old, with Toto gift buckets at the end, complete with IKEA hand puppets as the pup. Love!
How cool would this be for a pirate-themed party? From Sueniosencantados.
Get a tutorial on how to make these Lego party bags at Farmish Momma.
Awesome ideas for a Harry Potter party at iVillage, including these Quidditch party bags, complete with instructions on how to make them (they also suggest filling them with gold-foil chocolate balls as “golden snitches”
How about sending each kid home with a jelly aquarium in a jar? Instructions at Confessions of A Cookbook Queen.
A Thrifty Mom has these fab ghost lollipops. But why not make them with toffee apples instead as a take-home gift? Because bigger is always better … and they’ve got fruit in them … though I’m not sure that exactly makes them health food. No, I’m pretty sure it doesn’t. But it’s a party.
Go eco with a garden-themed loot bag with a pot, gardening tools, soil, a packet of seeds and a paddlepop stick stamped with eacj child’s name. From Heavy Petal.