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, just one of several Free Disney Printables that I have here on The Purple Pumpkin Blog.
They’re bags of deconstructed snowman parts, so that you can build your very own Olaf! I’ve designed a label that you can print off and fold over a food bag which will hold the snowman elements inside.
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Olaf Party Favor Printable
Do you remember when Frozen first came out, way back in 2013? If you had children, you were probably watching it on loop when it came to DVD, or singing along to ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman?’ or ‘Let It Go’, every time you were in the car!
All these years later, Frozen, Disney’s 53rd animated feature film, is as popular as it ever was, and with a sequel due for release in 2019, I’m sure that kids are going to go crazy for Olaf all over again!
Olaf Party Favor Supplies
You will need the free printable which you will find below, surrounded by a purple box.
You will also need cellophane bags to place all of the snowman’s parts inside. The labels are 5.5″ wide, so I recommend 5″ x 7″ cello bags.
And these are the ingredients to make a snowman – quantity is per favor bag.
- 3 large marshmallows
- 2 mini marshmallows
- 1 chocolate stick (Quality Street Matchmakers) or
- 1 pretzel sticks
- 3 chocolate chips
- 1 orange Tic Tac
Now, I know he’s missing eyes and a mouth – you could get some candy eye sprinkles, maybe a white Tic Tac for his tooth and some licorice laces (Black Twizzlers) for his hair tufts too. Snap the chocolate (or pretzel) stick in half.
To assemble this sweet candy Olaf, you just use the stickiness of the marshmallows and kinda squish everything together!
Olaf Party Favor Instructions
- Print and cut the labels out, then fold in half.
- Pop all the snowman pieces into a cellophane bag and then fold the top of the bag over – you may have to do this a few times depending on the length of the bag.
- Add the label to the top and staple in place, making sure you go through the bag to secure everything together.
Making favor bags filled with treats is definitely one of my favourite party thank you gifts to give to guests!
I only have one more thing to say….
Download the Free Olaf Party Favor Printable:
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This post was originally part of my 100 Days of Disney series
Posts in the 100 Days of Disney Series:
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