The Disney movie of the moment is Frozen, and if you’ve ever watched it, no doubt, as you read the title to this post you also sung do you want to build a snowman? I know I did!! Today I’m sharing an Olaf party favor idea that would be great to give out as a thank you at the end of a Frozen themed party. They’re bags of deconstructed snowman, so that you can build your very own Olaf! I’ve designed a label that you can print off and fold over a plastic food bag which will hold the snowman elements inside!
Simply click on the image above to
download the free do you want to build a snowman Olaf party favor printable
Olaf Party Favor Printable
You’ve now got the free printable label to make your Frozen Olaf party favor bags, but what goes inside the cellophane bags? Add the following ingredients so that guests can build their Olaf!
- 3 large marshmallows
- 2 small marshmallows
- 2 chocolate sticks (pretzel sticks would also work)
- 3 chocolate drops
- orange tictac
Print and cut the labels out, then fold in half – they are 5.5″ wide. Pop all the snowman pieces into a cellophane bag and then fold it over, depending on the length of the bag. Add the label to the top and staple in place. Making favor bags filled with treats is definitely one of my favourite party thank you gifts to give to my guests! Now, I know he’s missing eyes and a mouth – you could get some eye sprinkles and maybe a white tictac for his tooth – some licorice laces for his hair tufts too…but this Olaf party favour is so cute! I only have one thing to ask…
You may also like my Free Build An Olaf Printable – check it out now!
I hope you love this idea as much as I do!
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