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Baseball Birthday Party Favors

Introduction

No birthday party is complete without favors, and these baseball-themed treats are sure to make guests smile.

Materials

  • Cellophane bags
  • Candy
  • Round stickers
  • Pen or marker

Steps

  1. Step 1

    Fill cellophane bags halfway with chocolate baseballs, baseball gum balls, Tootsie rolls, baseball-bat taffy lollipops, wax soda bottles, and Smarties; then toss in a pack of baseball cards, a whistle and lanyard, and a bottle of Glovolium.

  2. Step 2

    Fold over the top of each bag, and secure with a sticker; use plain white round labels, and with a red felt pen, draw two arced lines on each, mimicking the stitching on a baseball. Stamp the stickers with each child's name (the names can also be handwritten), and display the goody bags in a basket near the door, so guests can take them on their way out.

Source
Martha Stewart Living, 2003

Reviews (2)

  • 29 Jun, 2010

    Glovolium (a professional glove treatment product) is an engenious idea for a baseball party favor. If you want to limit the candy, give a whiffle ball and bat.

  • 20 Mar, 2008

    Another fun option for baseball party favors is the Ballpark Bunt Box from the Cooperstown Cookie Company. www.cooperstowncookie.com. The animal-cracker type box has fun baseball graphics, a picture find, and is filled with yummy baseball cookies.