Witch Broom Party Favor

Vicki Rogers
by Vicki Rogers

After weeks of doing fall and Halloween projects, and with my first witches tea party in a week. I thought it was about time I started thinking about a party favor. When I was in Target yesterday I bought fuzzy Halloween socks from the dollar spot and orange stripe lunch bags. On the way home I stopped at Cracker Barrel and bought their eight for a dollar candy sticks. I had gift bag filler at home, all the makings of a witch broom, and edible too!

I used glue dots to attach the crinkles all the way around the stick.

Then I used a flat one for the broom band, I secured it with a glue dot wrapped it around and used a dot at the end. That's it for the broom, easy peasy!

For the bags I stamped a pumpkin at the bottom and after the ink dried I trimmed a little off each bag at the top.

I filled each bag with a pair of socks. What girl or lady wouldn't appreciate a pair of warm cozy Halloween socks? I folded the bag over and cut two slits on the pumpkin side of the bags for the ribbon and broom to go through.

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I hadn't planned to do a post on the party favor, I was half through the brooms and decided to. I thought they turned out pretty cute, and I wanted to share the how to. Game and party favor table complete! Whew!

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