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10 Plastic-Free Party Bag Favour Ideas

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When you are trying your best to be more eco-friendly and plastic-free there can be certain times in the year where this can feel like a much bigger task and, as a parent, you will find these periods will crop up more and more as your children grow up. Kids birthday parties are one of those times. None of us wants to say no to our children and none of us wants to prevent them from having fun so finding other options is the only way forward. And thankfully there are plenty of them coming to the market now which makes it far easier to find an eco-friendly alternative to many party traditions. Here are 10 plastic-free party bag favour ideas that will hopefully go down a storm.

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