I think the favors were my favorite part of M’s Sesame Street Party. I got lots of inspiration from… wait for it… wait for it…. PINTEREST. I know you are SHOCKED! I should have told you to sit down first.
I have to say that I really got my money’s worth out of the Sesame Street Cricut cartridge. I used it for EVERYTHING!!!! For the favors I used a lot of vinyl. For the white, black and brown I used shelf liner that I bought by the roll at the hardware store. Its soooo much cheaper than buying vinyl by the sheet. And it seems to work just fine for all my projects I have done so far. The pink, red and orange I got at a Car Show. Yep. No seriously I am not kidding. There was a booth selling custom cut vinyl decals for your car. I asked if I could buy just some sheets of the vinyl. We haggled a little on the price. In the end I paid just about the same as I would have on line, but I didn’t have to wait to get it.
The favor buckets and bubbles both came from a party supply store. The cups were from Target. All three got got faces cut out of vinyl. The great part for these was once the face file was set up in Cricut Craft Room all I had to do was re-size the face for the different objects and start cutting. So cutting all the vinyl only took me one night.
Each bucket also included 3 snack bags. Elmo’s Fish, Oscar’s Worms, & Cookies. The street signs were cut out of card stock and attached to zip top bags with double sticky tape (actually I used the pink terrifically tacky tape, ’cause I didn’t want those babies to come off).
- Favor buckets – $1.00 ea
- Bubbles – $0.50 ea
- Cups – 4 for $3.00 = $0.75 ea
- Gummy worms – $3.50 for 12 kids = $0.88 ea
- Gold Fish – $3.50 for 12 kids = $0.88 ea
- Vinyl $10 for 12 kids = $0.88 ea
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