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  • Kelly Cruz

    CANDY JAR PARTY FAVORS #DIY #tips #ideas

  • Janice Hartley

    "Candy Favors" by ~youaremyfave~[Loved the glass bottle packaging of these candies from Selfridges (via Alli) and thought the idea would be perfect for a party favor. Simply repurposed some Frappuccino bottles, spray painted the lids, & use some stickers from the Martha Stewart line as labels. Just be aware, if you buy the candy too far ahead of time, don’t open the package. You’ll find yourself having to strategically reposition the candy so the bottles look full.] 'h4d' 120729

  • Bakedhoven

    One of a kind souvenirs for baby showers. #DIY #Souvenir #BabyShower

  • Joslyn Fowler

    baby shower favors ideas | Candy Favors DIY via You are my Fave

  • Jenilee Provencal

    cute for party favors, would work great with the Starbucks bottles.

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