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I kid. Sort of.
I always debate with myself whether or not the party favors should be full of treats, toys, toothbrushes, or goofy party things that will fill my trashcan on their way out the door.
Do I put candy in them? What if one of the kids has an allergy? What if their parents don’t allow them to eat foods with dyes? What about a cookie? I can make some green and some chocolate in case their mama is also a no dye mama. Why do I overthink the smallest tasks? Whhhhhhy?
Because I am a whackadoodle. I know this.
I might be a crazy person but my John Deere party favors ended up being my best party favors to date. Here’s why.
John Deere Party Favors
- Tractor sugar cookie
- Toy car
- Wet-Nap® Antibacterial Hand Wipe
- Gluten free granola
Let me explain.
Michael is OBSESSED with cars… meaning the leftover cars have already worked their way into his collection. The Wet-Nap made it so the child was able to clean their hands before consuming the food portion of the party favor.
And the cookies? Well, I enjoyed my share of leftover sugar cookies. You know, the perks of being a parent.
Forgive my previous party favor blunders, mmmkay?
Now, before you run out to Walmart for their everyday low prices and pick up a box of Wet-Nap packettes, print out this .55 coupon (while supplies last) and note that they could be in the napkin or pharmacy aisle. I found them by the pharmacy but I first looked in the napkin aisle.
Here’s a little food for thought… the latest Wet-Nap is stronger and softer than previous versions. AND they moisturize with aloe. You know, because kids like Michael are considered
Keep your peepers peeled because the full John Deere birthday party will be live in a few weeks!