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Rainbow Party Bags

by Jane (follow)
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I always like getting my kids involved in the preparations for a birthday party. These party bags are cheap and easy to make. They are ideal for a rainbow or 'up in the air' themed party.



Punching holes in sandwich bag to make party bag, party bag


Time: 5 minutes per bag
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
Paper sandwich bags
White paper
Black pen
Coloured pens or crayons
Glue stick
Hole punch
Ribbon



Sandwich bags, brown bags, coles brown bags
Cheap brown paper sandwich bags


Method
Draw rainbow outlines with black pen on white paper or thin card.



Sandwich bags, brown bags, coles brown bags


Colour in the rainbows with pens or crayons.



Sandwich bags, brown bags, coles brown bags


Cut out and glue the rainbows onto the front of the sandwich bag.



Sandwich bags, brown bags, coles brown bags


Fill the sandwich bag with the items (e.g. small toy, stickers, balloons, bubble mix etc)
Fold the top of the party bag over.
Punch two holes through the folded flap using a hole punch.



Punching holes in sandwich bag to make party bag, party bag
Punch holes individually so that they are not spaced too far apart


Thread colourful ribbon though and tie in a bow, adding a name tag if you want to.



Punching holes in sandwich bag to make party bag, party bag


Categories
#Party
#Celebrations
#Party bag
#Wrapping
#Rainbow
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