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No More Goodie Bags: 12 Birthday Party Favors That Won't Get Thrown Away

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Bucket of movie theater popcorn

Movie Night in a Bucket


Many party stores sell plastic buckets designed to look like tubs of movie theater popcorn. Add a packet of microwavable popcorn and a small container of your child's favorite candy to each. All your guests will need is their favorite movie, and they're good to go!

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