Elise’s Toy Story Birthday Party favors had a little bit of cowboy yee haw! flair. Aren’t these teeny brown cowboy hats impossibly cute? I paired them with red and white gingham oilcloth and white paper treat bags.
I got the white paper crafting bags, adorable teeny felt cowboy hats and red bandanas at ConsumerCrafts.com back when I got supplies for my Baker’s Twine Wreath. I chose brown cowboy hats but they also come in white and red.
The cowboy hats attached to the favor bags easily using VELCRO® Press and Close Fasteners.
Inside the bags I tucked in these adorable handmade sheriff badge and rocket ship crayons that I found on etsy by Scribblers Crayons.
This is one of those “DIY or Buy” moments for me when yeah, I could probably make the crayons but why not buy them instead from someone who does it so well? Shop owner Randi even made some free personalized favor sets for me that featured Woody and Buzz.
I added some Toy Story stickers to the favor bags and sealed them all up.
Thanks to ConsumerCrafts.com and VELCRO® Brand Fasteners for providing the supplies for this project. I liked using the VELCRO® Press and Close fasteners because you can pull of the hat and use it. Elise’s Pink Monkey wore his cowboy hat favor in the Toy Story photo booth. Yee Haw indeed!
Supplies for making favor bags for Toy Story Birthday Party or Cowboy Birthday Party:
- Teeny cowboy felt hats
- White paper craft bags
- Red gingham oilcloth
- VELCRO® Press and Close Fasteners
- Red bandanas – optional
- Rotary cutter, self-healing mat, clear acrylic ruler
- Treats to fill the favor bags – stickers, sheriff and rocket crayons from Scribblers Crayons
How to make a Toy Story or Cowboy Birthday Party Favors:
Assemble your supplies. I already had the red and white gingham oilcloth and added in white paper crafting bags and teeny cowboy hats.
Grab some goodies to put inside. I used crayons…
And Toy Story stickers.
Slip the goodies inside the favor bag.
Cut 2″ strips of the oil cloth and cut them so they are about 1-1/2 times the size of the bag.
Line up the oil cloth strip on the bottom of the bag, fold over the top of the bag and staple.
Take a VELCRO® Press and Close Fastener.
Put the hook piece onto the bag of the cowboy hat.
Press the loop side on the bag, off-center a bit.
Press to attach the cowboy hat.
Copyright stuff: You’re more than welcome to use this free project and tutorial for personal use. Contact me for commercial use and etsy sales.