Valentine Goody Bag items -- Help! Need ideas!

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Valentine Goody Bag items -- Help! Need ideas!

Post by JulieKaiser on Mon Feb 04, 2008 3:37 pm

I'm in charge of treat bags for both my preschooler and first grader's classes. I'd like to find some creative items without breaking the bank! I'm going to put together little baggies with a hot chocolate packet and marshmallows, stickers and candy, but what else is out there? Any ideas? Thanks much.

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Post by Jen Dillman on Mon Feb 04, 2008 5:26 pm

What about those little play dough containers? Or not sure if you have time for this but could see if St. John's would give you some of those little crayon packets... I love those for my purse! The only other thing I can think of is those little bubbles - like the wedding favor size.
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Post by lisamarch on Tue Feb 05, 2008 11:01 pm

For December parties I went to Dollar Store in Chatham and bought pencils and pens. The pencils were multicolored and the kids loved them - sort of rainbow colored lead. The pens were glitter pens and they are pretty decent quality, for how cheap they were.

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Post by Carrie on Tue Feb 05, 2008 11:49 pm

Check out the dollar bins at Target too.
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Post by Jenna on Wed Feb 13, 2008 1:33 pm

In addition to stickers & pencils like you already mentioned, I also included red balloons & one of those small little paper heart doilies for decoration in our kids Valentine treat bags (all from Hobby Lobby). I also picked up two 24-packs of party bubbles in the party supply aisle at Hobby Lobby. They were only $1.99 per pack. The bags themselves came from Dollar Tree (30 for $1) and I tied them up with curling ribbon.

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