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Kids Party Bags

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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
Hi
Has anybody got any recomended places to get Kids party bags from (with the goodies inside), seen alot about on tinternet but a recomendation goes far...................Its for a 6th Bday party boys+girls............

Thanks

Chuf
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Its just aswell that you fill them yourself.Try your local £ shops,Wilkinsons,and shops like that,Tesco do little items like 4 for 49p,etc and fill them yourself.
#2
if you've got the works near you they do some 59p each or 2 for £1 bits suitable for party bags.
Some bits have more than 1 item in the pack... 6 'gold medal's

Party shops too! i loveeeee the little bits and pieces you get in them :D
#3
I buy pre filled party bagd off ebay for my little ones parties. The do boys and girls ones
#4
I make my own, that way I can personalise them to suit the child, wilkinson are great for bits, and asda and tesco have little bits too. I usually look around over the year and pick up bits to put in the "party box" then when a brithday comes along I can put bags together without panicking.
#5
Due to party bags being so expensive to put together (and the fact that I know most of it goes in the bin as soon as they go home), we've started doing a lucky dip for all the guests instead. 1 tub for the boys and one for the girls and they each get a half decent toy for a couple of pounds to take home (normally bulk buy from amazon or in the sales) as well as their bit of cake. One Mum whose child's birthday was last week gave easter eggs instead.
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MarnieMc
Due to party bags being so expensive to put together (and the fact that I know most of it goes in the bin as soon as they go home), we've started doing a lucky dip for all the guests instead. 1 tub for the boys and one for the girls and they each get a half decent toy for a couple of pounds to take home (normally bulk buy from amazon or in the sales) as well as their bit of cake. One Mum whose child's birthday was last week gave easter eggs instead.


i did this last year for my sons 3rd b'day party it went down a storm, kids liked picking their own gifts i also did personalised chocolate bars, which said thanks for coming to my 3rd birthday party, you can get these off ebay, they tasted really nice as well, and you can design your own wrappers, like previously said buy in the sales or even get some items from poundland, we got a few decent things from there. the thing with goodie bags i found was you spend quite a bit on each one trying to make them look good when all the kids do is eat the sweets or chocs out of them.

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