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Candyland favor bag tags

by: Jo

Candyland favor bag tags
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Remember the chocolate Candyland pawns I made for the top of my cupcakes earlier this week? Well, I thought it would be cute to hand those out as favors as well. Once you have the chocolate Candyland pawns made, assembling the favor bags is super easy, thanks to our downloadable template!

candyland favor bag

Once you download our handy Candyland bag tag template, just print it onto white card stock or heavy paper. You’ll notice that I didn’t add any permanent text to the template, so that you could use it for any occasion and customize it say exactly what you want it to say. For example, I wrote the party guests’ names in the space provided.

And in case you didn’t notice, these tags just so happen to coordinate perfectly with our Candyland party pennants and our newest Candyland-inspired Cupcake Collars!

Then just fold the tag in half and staple it to the tops of the filled goodie bags. This fits perfectly on top of a standard brown lunch bag. I think it would be nice to make our chocolate covered kettle corn to place inside of the paper sack. Use candy melts to match the colors on the tag, and it would turn out super cute and yummy!

Candyland Favor Bags

If you want instant Candyland favors, you might want to try these cute Candyland party favor boxes. Or for non-food favors, why not pick up some Candyland sticker sheets?

Candy Land Party Favor BoxCandy Land Sticker Sheets (4)

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6 comments so far:

  • 1
    marlene 11/01/2011 at 10:44 pm

    your bag tag s are so cute thanks you

  • 2
    sara 05/30/2012 at 11:28 pm

    my child is having teacher of a day and she wants to do something fun, easy, and something sweet that you can eat, and i have no idea what to do, can u help?

  • 3
    Jo 06/01/2012 at 2:14 pm

    Our kettle corn recipe is super easy and makes a lot. You should try that!

  • 4
    Shenita 04/16/2013 at 9:42 pm

    These are super cute and go great with my daughters theme “Candyland”

  • 5
    eileen thompson 02/27/2014 at 12:49 pm

    we are do a Easter party for all the kid’s and I am looking for something cute, fun and easy and cheap to make a easter backet for all 80 of them, recycled, or what ever materials you can come up with it great, we have done the cotton ball on cartons, and old strawberry cartons with grass, etc. do you have any other creative ideas for 80+. thanks Eileen

  • 6
    Chica 03/01/2014 at 5:38 pm

    Hi Eileen! Try typing “Easter” into the search field in the top right corner of any page on our site and you’ll get see our Easter projects. You might like our felt jelly bean bags or our chocolate-covered Peeps.

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