Birthday parties

10 amazing loot bag ideas

These ten awesome and easy DIY loot bag and party favour ideas will ensure your kid's next birthday party is a spectacular success.

By Today's Parent

10 amazing loot bag ideas

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Robot loot bag

Cut out one paper robot shape for each child at the party. Let them decorate it with foam, felt scraps, googly eyes and glitter. Attach to a paper lunch bag and then show them to a “help yourself” station with loot like a windup robot, a robot-shaped cookie cutter with recipe attached and a snack bag of the “nuts and bolts” party mix.

Get the complete party how-to here: Host a robot-themed party!>

10 amazing loot bag ideas

Olympic theme favour

Purchase plain T-shirts for every child coming to the party. Using non-toxic paint, have them create their own jersey to celebrate the day.

Get the complete party how-to here: Hosting an Olympic party>

10 amazing loot bag ideas

Hawaiian bucket

Fill toy sand buckets with all the tools kids need to have some serious beach fun, like shovels, rakes, water squirters and bubbles. Don’t forget the sunscreen!

Get the complete party how-to here: Throw a Hawaiian-themed celebration>

10 amazing loot bag ideas

Cardboard sleepover trunk

Package loot in mini cardboard trunks (from the dollar store). Fill with glow bracelets, a bottle of nail polish and stickers. Attach a “thank you” tag to the handle with ribbon.

Get the complete party how-to here: Throw a fun-filled slumber party>

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Evidence bag

Fill a brown paper bag with a notepad, pencil, binoculars, plastic gloves and a flashlight. Fold the top down and seal. Attach an evidence tag and a pair of Groucho glasses.

Get the complete party how-to here: Detective theme birthday party idea>

10 amazing loot bag ideas

Woodland bunny sack

Cut out two pieces of fabric in the shape of a bunny. Glue together at the bottom and sides. Use a marker to draw on the face and line the ears with a complementary colour of fabric. Fill with stickers and toys, and tie with a piece of yarn.

Get the complete party how-to here: Woodland theme birthday party idea>

10 amazing loot bag ideas

Paint can

Get a small clear paint bucket for each guest (available at craft or dollar stores). Fill them with colourful treats like crayons and gum balls. Attach a thank-you tag using a piece of twine.

Get the complete party how-to here: Art theme birthday party idea>

10 amazing loot bag ideas

Treasure chest

Buy wooden boxes, paint and stick-on jewels from the dollar store for kids to decorate their own treasure chests. Let dry, then fill with gold (caramel popcorn) for a tasty take-home treat.

Get the complete party how-to here: Pirate theme birthday party idea>

10 amazing loot bag ideas

Western loot bag

Cut out a medium-sized circle from burlap. Place goodies like candies, golden coins and small toys in the centre. Bunch up the edges and secure with raffia or ribbon.

Get the complete party how-to here: Western theme birthday party idea>

10 amazing loot bag ideas

Fairy wings

Cut the outline of wings from two pieces of glitter paper. Use thick ribbon to make two separate loops that are large enough to go over the kids’ shoulders. Glue the loops to the back of the wings, and glue a piece of felt between the two wings to attach them. Tape flowers over the felt to hide it.

Get the complete party how-to here: Fairy theme birthday party idea>

10 amazing loot bag ideas

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10 amazing loot bag ideas

This article was originally published on May 07, 2014
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