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Sneak Peek: Amy’s Baby Sprinkle Party Favors! >>Sponsored Post<<

About a week and a half ago, I had the honor of planning my good friend Amy’s baby shower. I’ll post more details in my next post along with lots of fun photos.

But for now, I want to give a shout out to kidecals.com who generously provided us with these great waterproof labels for our sippy jar party favors! Kidecals has a great selection of durable, waterproof labels that are washing machine and dishwasher safe! They even have chalk board stickers for your kitchen accessories. There are tons of designs to choose from and many can be personalized. I’m not a mom, but I can imagine this being a great resource for any mother who would want to keep track of her kid’s things (clothing, toys, lunch box)

DIY Ball Jar Party Favors with Daisy Lids! Great for serving drinks while entertaining - >> joeandcheryl.com <<

Dishwasher safe stickers by Kidecals - >> joeandcheryl.com <<

DIY Ball Jar Party Favors! Great for serving drinks while entertaining - >> joeandcheryl.com <<

The stickers were applied to the sides of 12oz quilted ball jars which make perfect drinking glasses. We also bought these nifty daisy cut jar lids as paper straw holders. The lids fit any standards sized jar opening.

DIY Ball Jar Party Favors with Daisy Lids! Great for serving drinks while entertaining - >> joeandcheryl.com <<

It was a great, inexpensive party favor, and classed up the whole event since we didn’t have to use paper cups for drinks. They were a big hit with all the guests! I happily took mine home and still use it as a drinking glass. I just love the retro look of the quilted jar too.

DIY Ball Jar Party Favors with Daisy Lids! Great for serving drinks while entertaining - >> joeandcheryl.com <<

DIY Ball Jar Party Favors with Daisy Lids! Great for serving drinks while entertaining - >> joeandcheryl.com <<

Another big thanks to Kidecals! Those stickers were just the finishing touch we needed!

 

 

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