Disney: Finding Dory Party Favor Idea

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Finding Dory Bag and Party Favor Ideas

Over the weekend, I hosted a Finding Dory themed birthday party for my kids. They both have summer birthdays and Finding Dory was the perfect joint birthday party theme for these siblings! After searching etsy for all things ocean themed, I came across the cutest printables to make Dory and Nemo favor bags. I’m all about party favors that will be used long after the party and I was happy to have found Finding Dory crayons, coloring books and bubbles! Check out the Dollar Store, Target Dollar Spot and Michaels for Finding Dory items. They were a huge hit and a very inexpensive to make! 

MATERIALS

Blue and Orange Kraft Bags
Dory and Nemo Printables
Scissors
Glue

INSTRUCTIONS

Step 1: Purchase the Dory and Nemo printables from Simply Made with Sam and print them out. Cut the pieces out.

Finding Dory Bags Party Favors 6 copy

Step 2: Glue the Dory printables to the blue bags and the Nemo printables to the orange bags, as shown below.

Finding Dory Bags Party Favors 1 copy

Step 3: Fill the bags with Finding Dory or Nemo party favors! Some ideas include: coloring books (found at the dollar store), crayons (found at Michaels) bubbles and lollipops. I also added in Finding Dory PEZ and Finding Dory graham crackers

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Step 4: Hand out the Finding Dory party favors to your guests and just keep swimming! 

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 Check out these other creative Finding Dory ideas:

Finding Dory Ribbon Fish Headband

 Finding Dory Headband

Finding Dory Marshmallow Pop 3 copy

Finding Dory Marshmallow Pops


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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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