Birthday Party Favor Tags
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Birthday Party Favor Tags

Our youngest son is turning four (sniffle, sniffle) and at his preschool we are not allowed to bring in edible favors. I’m assuming it’s because of food allergies. However, we can bring in fun party favors for all of the kids. This was actually a little more challenging than I would have thought. My favorite party favors are edible. What’s a girl to do?  I went to my favorite store, Target, and purchased a bunch of metal buckets and assorted party favors.




Kids always love seeing their name on everything, so I designed this super simple birthday tag. This was the first time I’ve used the “fill color” feature in the Silhouette Studio Software. I purchased a Tag and a cute little Birthday Cake. I used the “fill color” feature and colored in the different cake components. I also added 3 more candles to the cake. I typed the kids names out using LD Petticoat Black.

When I was all finished designing, I included the registration marks when printing. I had all 15 tags printed and cut in a matter of minutes. Then I grabbed my favorite twine and tied them on these cute buckets.




I even made different tags for the boys versus the girls by alternating some of the colors . All the kids were super excited, but I am pretty sure their parents hated me because I also included very loud whistles. I’m sure payback will be coming soon!







Birthday Cake
LD Petticoat Black


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  1. Cute design Jessica…love your color schemes!

  2. These are so fun!! And the name tags are too cute!

  3. These are so cute! What a fun idea!

  4. Well if you can’t fill the kids with candy, I guess whistles are the next best thing! 😉

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