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A Simple Baby Shower Favor Idea

Kleenex Baby Bootie Cups

kleenex tissue baby bootie cups

Looking for a great baby shower favor idea? These Kleenex baby bootie cups are so cute and easy to make! They can be used both as a table decoration (they look great on a tier stand) and as a cute party favor for your guests. They are also very inexpensive to make for those of you on a tight budget.

To make the baby bootie cups you will need:

How to Make This Party Favor:

Start by laying one Kleenex tissue paper out in front of you.

kleenex tissue laying flat

Place the nut cup and cotton ball on top of the Kleenex. The cotton ball should be placed in front of the nut cup and face a corner of the Kleenex.

suppplies for baby shower bootie cups

Fold the corner of the Kleenex up over the cotton ball and into the nut cup.

fold bottom of kleenex tissue up

Continue to fold the edges of the Kleenex into the cup, being careful to hold the Kleenex in place as you go.

fold the rest of the kleenex tissue paper in hold tissue in place

Place another nut cup on top of the first nut cup and press down with your hand. This will keep the edges of the Kleenex in place.

place nut cup inside of baby bootie

Fill with candy or trail mix for a cute decoration or party favor.

baby bootie cup favors

And this is what it should look like when you are done.

fill baby bootie cups with candies

Viola! That's it! This craft is a simple and adorable addition to any baby shower. They are so easy and fast to put together. You will love them!

Here is another version of the bootie cup. This shower favor idea was shared with us by:

~ Patsy Lannning of Piedmonth, SC ~

baby shower bootie cups

She used paper bathroom drinking cups, which makes it a little taller and finished it off with some ribbon tied around it. Cute!

Here are her full instructions...

How to Make the Baby Booties

Lay the napkin down flat. Place cup on the napkin and put several cotton balls against the cup. Then pull up the napkin and tuck in the top of the cup. The napkin should cover the cotton balls and the cup. Tie a ribbon around the cup tight. You can also but tiny little rattles on the ribbons.

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