For my daughter’s c5th birthday we are hosting a fire hydrant birthday party. She absolutely loves fire hydrants and I thought it would be a fun and unique theme. Of course that means getting creative with a lot of elements, including party favors. I am in love with the idea I landed on. Seriously, check out these adorable S’more Party Favors!

S'mores Party Favor

There aren’t a whole lot of fire hydrant party items out there, so I bought a fire hydrant candy mold and made some chocolates that I packaged with a marshmallow and a Scooby Snack bone shaped graham cracker.
Fire Birthday Party Favor
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I added the little tag that I designed in Illustrator and cut with my Silhouette Cameo and BAM! I have a favor that fits the theme and the kids get a s’more, which they all love!

I’ve made the tags available as a free printable for all of you too… just in case your kid also loves fire hydrants… or maybe you’re hosting a fireman or camping-themed party!
If you have a Silhouette CAMEO or Portrait:
Download the S’more Favor Tag SVG file.
Import it into Silhouette Studio Designer Edition and use the print and cut feature to create your tags.
No Silhouette? No worries!
Download theĀ Favor Tag in pdf format and print and cut yourself.
Make sure to save the file to your computer and open it in Adobe Reader. Print the tags onto cardstock and then trim with scissors. Use a hole punch to add a hole and use string or twine to attach to a cellophane bag that contains the s’more makings. As always, these tags are for personal use only. Do not alter.
Tin Bucket Party Favors
I also got mini tin buckets, a dalmatian craft, “dog bone” candies, and a “fire” lollipop from Oriental Trading. I put everything inside the bucket for an additional favor that the kids could bring home.