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Fortune Bubbles

Good fortune for the new year can smile on everyone at your party with these fun ribbon-bedecked favors.

What You Need:

No bad fortunes, if you please!
  • See-through plastic ornaments (available at crafts stores)
  • Calligraphy pen or colored marker
  • 8-1/2 x 11 sheets of art paper (amount needed will vary depending on how many fortunes you are making)
  • Scissors
  • Fortunes or inspirational quotes
  • Curling ribbon


Each bubble contains one fortune.

1. Cut strips of paper 1-2 inches long (or as needed to fit in ornaments) and 8-1/2 inches wide.

2. Write a fortune or quote on each strip of paper.

3. Roll each fortune into a small scroll and tie with curling ribbon, leaving ends of ribbon long.

4. Place 1 fortune into each ornament. Allow excess curling ribbon to trail out of ornament.

5. Pile the bubbles in a basket or glass bowl.

6. Let each guest choose a bubble and read their fortune aloud to the group.


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