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    Target and big w have small colouring books for 50c (Cars, Disney etc)



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    For DS' first birthday it was an under the sea theme so party bags were a mini bucket, spade and rake with a fish tattoo and I made a heap of sea creature shaped cookies that I wrote the child's name on in writing icing.

    For his second birthday it was a cooking party so I made play dough and put it in a noodle box with some cookie cutters, a balloon and a small box of smarties.

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    I don't do party favour bags

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    Can I just point out that when my child has gone to parties and received goodie bags you know what happens to it? Bin! If it's full of lollies and cheap plastic toys that's were it goes.

    For my son birthday I helped charity at the same time by buying Bandanas for all the kids, they loved them and it helped raise money for Canteen for kids :-)

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    I packed a kids toothbrush and colored pencil sets into a small backpack / cartoon shoulder bag for each kid.


 

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