Birthday party gift bags

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      WOW…I can’t believe she’s three already..I remember when you posted to the group and you were pregnant!

      I would probably return the stuffed $7 animals…what you get back from that should be enough money to fill the pails(depending on how many pails and how many animals there are). If the buckets aren’t too big, you might try a bulky snack…like animal crackers to take up space. Hair stuff for girls is good, small cars for boys are always a hit.

      They have had tons of stuff at Dollar Tree near me that would be great in a bucket for gifts…small stuffed animals, snacks, coloring books,crayons. It just depends on how much you want/have to spend and how “over the top” youwant the party to be.

      Have awonderful party- 3 is such a nice age!

      Lisa G.

      — On Wed, 8/13/08, pseuzanne wrote:

      From: pseuzanne Subject: Budget101.com : Birthday party gift bags
      To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Wednesday, August 13, 2008, 2:03 pm

      My daughter’s 3rd birthday party is this Saturday, and I need help with
      the gift bags! I actually bought a pail and shovel for each child
      (cheap), assuming I could find something (also very cheap) to put in
      them. Somehow I’m just not coming up with ideas.

      The last couple years
      I’ve done bubbles, sidewalk chalk, and beach balls, so I’d like to
      think of something different. The kids are 3-4 years old. There will
      also be a few babies/toddlers.

      Am I supposed to have something for them
      too? It’s a Curious George theme, so I got excited when I saw small
      Curious George stuffed animals, and bought them for the little ones.
      After realizing they cost $7 a piece, I think I need to return them and
      figure out something else. Any ideas?

      Suzanne

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