sesame street birthday favor bags.

ok, so we all know Sister’s birthday party is coming up this weekend and if you stopped by yesterday, you saw the DIY Sesame Street Crayon favors.

today, i’m going to show you the actual favor gift bags that the crayons and a bunch of other goodies will go into.

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i got this idea from this adorable etsy shop and if you’d rather not do all this work, i highly recommend them, because their stuff is adorable and really affordable!


1.  colored gift bags with handles
2.  construction paper
3.  scissors
4.  glue
5.  purple pipe cleaners (for Abby Cadabby)

Directions:  follow the photos and as long as you can cut out some circles, you’ll do great!  also, it helped to cut out all the large white circles and all the small black circles at the same time (fold the paper).  Each bag need 2 of each.




oscar the grouch

Cookie Monster:

cookie monster



Abby Caddaby: my little sweetie’s favorite!


FREE PRINTABLES courtesy of The Paper Plume.

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stop by her site and say a big thank you for so generously whipping up these amazing templates.  now you can create your own Sesame Street favor bags in no time at all!




  1. So super cute, great job!!

  2. Love catching up on your posts, friend!

  3. I am unable to print these :(

  4. Mom of 2 says:

    I love your site!! Thank you for the amazing templates and the instructions on how to make crayons. I’m planning on throwing my daughters first birthday and these will be perfect.

  5. Thanks! Super simple and our bags were a hit!

  6. thank you so much!


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