Drive By Birthday Party Toilet Paper Roll Favors

It’s drive by birthday party time. These fun and socially distanced ways of celebrating a birthday is so much fun!

We all know toilet paper- or the lack thereof is a symbol of the Coronavirus Pandemic. When the pandemic first hit it was the number one item that everyone rushed to grab.

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For Lincoln & Lucas’ 1st Birthday celebration my mother-in-law gave me the idea of giving toilet paper rolls as a form of party favor. The idea made me giggle & I hoped would also make my guests laugh too.

Plus- I love giving functional gifts and favors and come on- tp is super functional!

This DIY favor was so easy to make and relatively inexpensive. The most difficult part- finding the actual toilet paper!

I made the tags using my Cricut Explore Air 2’s Print then Cut option and it was a piece of cake!

Toilet Paper Favors for your Drive By birthday party

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Supplies:

  • Toilet Paper Rolls
  • Tissue Paper: I used a Spritz 20ct pack of 16.5x24in sheets and only needed 1 sheet per roll
  • Curling Ribbon
  • Thank You Tags (optional) *I share my super easy tutorial HERE

Directions:

  • Take a sheet of tissue paper and set your toilet paper roll in the middle.
  • Start wrapping the tissue paper upward and bunching it up top
  • Tie a piece of curling ribbon around the top
  • Add your tags if you’d like (Tutorial linked here for you)
  • Curl the ribbon
  • DONE!
drive by birthday party favors

These party favors take a few minutes to put together and brought a smile to everyone’s faces. Safe to say they were a hit.

In order to be as safe as possible I put them together a few days prior to the celebration and let them sit on our garage untouched. The day of I washed my hands thoroughly and them placed them on a clean table outside our home. I made sure to sanitize in between each guest to avoid any possible contamination.

It can seem intimidating and again I want to urge you to stick to your own level of comfort. Stay safe everyone!

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