Strawberry Shortcake Favor bags

  
My daughter has requested a Strawberry Shortcake b-day party, I will do my best to make it SUPER “SWEET” I made these simple party favor bags from my Cricut.
I first picked up some fun strawberry looking polka dot card stock  paper at Roberts Crafts along with some green card stock paper.  I then used the Platinum Schoolbook Cartridge at a 51/2 inch cut to cut out the goodie favor bags. I added green brads to the center of the hand cut leaves. 
I will fill them with strawberry starburst, suckers, lipgloss, and some other strawberry themed goodies.
winks, jen

Comments

  1. Wicked super cute!

  2. We just had a Strawberry Shortcake party in May. I wasn’t so sure when my daughter made the request but it turned out to be a fun theme. I tweaked it a bit and called it a Berry Blossom Festival Party. I can share my snapfish folder with you if you’d like. Email me at mom2ashlyn@netzero.com if you’d like to see. Wish I’d thought of making such cute favor bags!! I used tin buckets, but they weren’t really big enough.

  3. Those are too stinkin’ cute! Love ’em!!

  4. Love it! Thanks for sharing!

  5. These don’t look “simple”-they look professional. You did a great job!

  6. these are awesome! and its cute that she requested a strawberry shortcake one. i wonder what i used to request when i was little! im pretty sure i didn’t have any of the cool parties lol. she will be grateful when shes older i promise!

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  7. Super cute Jen! I cant wait to see all of the other strawberry themed things you will be creating for your daughter’s party! What a cute party idea!

  8. love it. And I love that you included the old-school strawberry shortcake. She is so much better than the new one!(seriously, who told them they could mess with my cartoons?)

  9. How fun! My daughter had a Strawberry Shortcake party a few years ago. We played “musical strawberries”, “berry toss” and “pass the berry”!

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