Printable Beach Ball Party Favors

Download this free Beach Ball template to make an easy DIY Party Favor! Fill with candy, tape shut, and you're done! So fun and easy!

Woah, woah, woah. Hold up. Can someone please explain to me how it is already July 10th? And that the 4th of July was already a week ago? I feel like I’m always saying how fast this year is going, but seriously HOW FAST IS THIS YEAR GOING?! (All caps needed.) I have yet to go to the pool, haven’t even bought sweet corn yet, and I’ve only been to the Farmer’s Market once. I’ve been so busy working with some amazing branding, blog design, and styling clients lately that time has just been getting away on me! I’ve already got my calendar turned to September and that alone just seems straight-up crazy. I’ve still got a long (long, long) way to go on my summer tan and unless someone finds a way that I can tan while working inside on my computer, I’m not sure how much success I’m going to have in the vitamin D department.

Download this free Beach Ball template to make an easy DIY Party Favor! Fill with candy, tape shut, and you're done! So while I’m probably going to be inside most of the summer (let’s be honest here), I’m still making it my goal to hang out by the pool at least a few times before it turns cold. And with the crazy storms we’ve had lately, I’m thinking my sunny days are going to be limited this summer. But for all of you who do throw extravagant pool parties and summer gatherings, I’ve created a little beach ball party favor to brighten up your party.

Download this free Beach Ball template to make an easy DIY Party Favor! Fill with candy, tape shut, and you have an instant summer party treat! After downloading the template, simply cut it out, fill it with a bag of candy (or whatever you like), and tape shut. You’ll have a 3-d party favor that may not be water resistant, but is sure to send your guests home with a colorful taste of summer.

Download this free Beach Ball template to make an easy DIY Party Favor! Fill with candy, tape shut, and it's done! Great summer party idea! And if you’re feeling extra ambitious, you can even write each guest’s name on the bottom of each one (where the white circle is).

Download this free Beach Ball template to make an easy DIY Party Favor! Fill with candy, tape shut, and you're done! So fun and easy!

Download the Printable Beach Ball Party Favors
Materials:
Printable Beach Ball Party Favor Template // Scissors or Exacto Knife
Tape  //  Candy

So what you do you say? Who’s ready to jump in, get some sun, and add a little pizzaz to your summer party? As for me, I’ll probably still be over here looking as pale a Twilight character – let’s be honest.

DIY Sprinkle Nacho Party Favors

Printable Sprinkle Party Favors | Perfect for birthdays, cupcake parties, or even taco parties (these were made to look like little nachos!)

If there is one thing I love more than sprinkles, then it would probably be Mexican food. My weekend started off on a high note, as a few college friends came to town for the 4th of July and we made plans to hit up our favorite Mexican restaurant. (I realize tacos & queso are probably not your typical 4th of July cuisine, but hey, this place was worth skipping barbecue for.) Since a lot of restaurants around here are closed for the 4th and we were making a 20 minute drive to the restaurant, we called the day ahead to make sure they were open (to which they said yes). Because what would be worse than getting our taco hopes up, only to have them crushed when we arrived to a closed sign? Well, I can now tell you what is worse. Actually driving there on the 4th only to find a “Closed on the 4th of July” sign taped to the front door. If there was an emoji for our faces, it would have looked like a sobbing, slightly angry, confused woman face-down in a bowl of empty queso. Not dramatic at all.

Printable Sprinkle Party Favors | Perfect for birthdays, cupcake parties, or even taco parties (these were made to look like little nachos!). So cute! We had multiple theories for what may have happened, but I’ll spare you the lengthy list for today. We ended up finding another delicious place for dinner, and all was well in the world again. Printable Sprinkle Party Favors | Perfect for birthdays, cupcake parties, or even taco parties (these were made to look like little nachos!) So in commemoration of our chips & queso mishap, I figured I would make something to liven the mood a bit. Because doesn’t everyone de-stress by making Sprinkle Nachos? To you they may just look like yellow triangles, but to me, they are nachos. (This may be the stage when the obsession is out of hand.) My sister said they were weird, but I’m 100% okay with weird.

Printable Sprinkle Party Favors | Perfect for birthdays, cupcake parties, or even taco parties (these were made to look like little nachos!). Fill them with your favorite sprinkles or candy and set out a big bowl of them at a party. Allow your guests to decorate their own cupcakes, or just give them a few to take home as party favors. Or if you’re going for a full fiesta, pair them with these taco score cards!

Printable Sprinkle Party Favors | Perfect for birthdays, cupcake parties, or even taco parties (these were made to look like little nachos!) How fun!

Download the Free Nacho Sprinkle Party Favors
Materials:
Free Nacho Sprinkle Party Favors Template // Scissors or Exacto Knife
Double-Sided Tape  //  Sprinkles

Who said you couldn’t pair nachos with sprinkles? I don’t know about you, but I’m thinking sprinkle tacos are in order next. Not exactly sure how that’s going to work, but I’m sure I’ll figure it out.

Milk Jar Label Strawberry Printables

Spruce up your summer party with these free strawberry printables! Attach to a small jar for a fun homemade label!

I noticed yesterday that a good majority of the printables I’ve posted lately are pink. While I didn’t do this intentionally, I guess there’s just something about pink that screams sweet summertime. Pink lemonade, pink watermelon, and pink paper straws are just too hard to resist. This may be why I keep getting warnings that my magenta ink cartridge is running low, but I’m hoping that’s just a fluke (buying a $100 ink cartridge is the last thing I want to do!). I made these strawberry printables the same time I made these other milk jar labels and when I looked into my prop stash to see the other strawberry projects, I knew they needed a family photo.

Spruce up your summer party with these free strawberry printables! Attach them to a small jar for a fun homemade label! I wrote about the bottles I used & how to remove the sticky labels in this post, so pop on over there if you’re on the hunt for these milk jars. To find the other strawberry printables you see below, you can check out my newly created “Fruit Party” gallery. With all the fruit-inspired projects lately, it was about time for them to get their own page!

Throw a low cost Strawberry Themed Party with these free printables from Design Eat Repeat!

Download the Free Strawberry Printable Milk Bottle Labels
Materials:
Download the Free Strawberry Printable Milk Bottle Labels // Scissors or Exacto Knife
Double-Sided Tape  //  Paper Straws //  Jars

I’m keeping this post short today because I’ve got one big strawberry themed project in the works that needs my attention! It’s not quite ready to reveal yet, but when it is, you’ll finally realize the height of my strawberry addiction. If you thought this was bad, just you wait.

Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles

Homemade Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles | from Design Eat Repeat Blog

I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve gone to the grocery store for a few specific ingredients to make dinner, and have left with $50 in random groceries and one missing ingredient for the aforementioned recipe. Last night it was the marinara sauce. The sneaky little marinara sauce. The very thing that makes up 75% of the recipe (smooth one slick). I had big plans to make cute little Italian casseroles, a bowl of watermelon, topped off with a strawberry lemonade smoothie. But when I got home to find no marinara sauce and a carton of strawberries crushed by a watermelon (it was in the trunk), I opted for Cheerios and called it a night. How’s that for adulthood?

Homemade Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles | by Design Eat Repeat That story really has nothing to do with these popsicles, so I’m not even going to try and tie the two together. But guys. Popsicles. Do I even need to say more?

Homemade Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles || Design Eat Repeat.jpg Okay fine, I’ll say more. These popsicles are made from the strawberry raspberry smoothie base that I shared last week and are literally one of the easiest things to whip up. I used to think popsicles were hard to make, but ever since getting a magic bullet a few years back, that myth has been busted. I can now blend anything super smooth, throw it in a popsicle mold, and freeze away.

Homemade Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles | Design Eat Repeat Made with frozen strawberries, fresh lemon juice, and yogurt – these strawberry lemonade popsicles are the perfect mix of sweet and tart.

Homemade Strawberry Lemonade Daquiris || Recipe at Design Eat Repeat I just have a cheap plastic popsicle maker, but these will work in just about any standard popsicle maker. I haven’t broken down and gotten a Zoku yet, but I sense it coming one of these days, because waiting 4+ hours for these to freeze is an eternity and a half.

How to Make Homemade Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles | by Design Eat Repeat Gosh, remind me not to write a popsicle post at 6 in the morning. All I want is popsicles and all I have is zero popsicles at the moment. Bummer-ama.

Homemade Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles | Design Eat Repeat Blog

Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles
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Serves: 3-4 Popsicles (depending on size)
Ingredients
  • 8-10 whole frozen strawberries
  • ½ cup water
  • ¼ cup freshly squeezed lemon juice (usually about 1 whole lemon)
  • 3 teaspoons sugar
  • 6 oz. light strawberry yogurt (raspberry also tastes great)
Instructions
  1. In a blender, add all the ingredients and process until smooth. Pour into popsicle maker glass and freeze as directed.

Have a favorite popsicle recipe? I grew up on pudding pops, so I’m thinking those will be in order soon. Because nothing represents adulthood more than cereal for dinner and pudding pops.

Printable Lemonade Party Favors

Learn how to make these easy lemonade party favors using a few simple materials! Find the free printable labels & supply list at Design Eat Repeat!

With Saturday marking the first official day of summer, I thought it was about time to whip up another lemon-inspired party favor. When the heat hits, what better way to cool down than a big cold glass of lemonade…candy! Send your guests home with a sweet treat that will be sure to quench their summer sweet tooth!

Learn how to make these easy lemonade party favors using a few simple materials! Find the free printable label & supply list at Design Eat Repeat! I’ve had these tropical chiclets in my prop stash for about a month now and I was just waiting for inspiration to hit on what to do with them. Although I decided that all chiclets lose their flavor after like 30 seconds, they sure do make for colorful treat bags! And half-a-minute of sugary goodness…

Learn how to make these easy lemonade party favors using Chiclet gum & few other simple materials! Find the free printable label & supply list at Design Eat Repeat! For this project, I created a lemonade “cup topper” template that can be easily be paired with Avery tent cards. If you ever thought tent cards were just for name cards, then think again! I talked about how easy it is to print on Avery products in this post, and this project is no exception.

Learn how to make these easy lemonade party favors using a few simple materials!Find the free printable label & supply list at Design Eat Repeat Blog After uploading the template (provided below) to the Avery site and popping the pre-cut paper in your printer, you can transform plain paper to a sheet of fun bag toppers in the matter of minutes. And the best part? They are already pre-cut so all you have left to do is trim the top/sides of the “glass’ and you’re good to go.

Learn how to make these easy lemonade party favors using Avery labels! Find the free printable label & supply list at Design Eat Repeat Blog! After trimming the sides, cut a small slit in the “rim” of the glass just big enough to slip in the straw. Insert the straw, fold each card over the top of the bag, and staple/tape shut.

To achieve the slanted edges at the bottom of the glass, simply fold over the bottom corners of the bag and tape to the back. Depending on the size of the bag, you may need to also fold in the top of the bag to match with the sides of the printable.

Learn how to make these easy lemonade party favors using a few simple materials! Includes the free printable label & supply list!

Materials:
Avery Small Tent Cards (Product Number #5302)
Free Printable Lemonade Party Favors Avery Template  // Scissors or Exacto Knife
Small Plastic Bag  //  Tape/Stapler  //  Candy or Gum  //  Paper Straw
To Download & Print Avery Labels:
A. Download & save the free Avery Printable Lemonade Party Favors template to your computer.
B. Print the Printable Lemonade Party Favors labels through Avery’s online software by:
1. Going to the Avery homepage, and clicking “Design or Print Online” on the left side of the page.
2. On the right side, click “Open Project” and upload the file you just downloaded (pre-made with the lemonade drink labels). Print on tent card sheet & attach to the top of each bag. As an alternative to using the pre-cut Avery labels, you can also print this PDF on cardstock, and manually cut each label out of sheet.

And that’s it! I told you they were easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy. Add these printable lemonade party favors to your summer party for a fun twist on the traditional lemonade party. Looking for more summer party ideas? Hop on over to the printable archives for more free printables & summer fun!

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