I really hope they help set the tone by bringing positive energy to the event. I love it when participants get involved with the game, as long as they are encouraging. No one needs or wants to hear negative smack talk. It’s draining and does nothing for the players or coaches. These tags are also great slipped into clear party treat bags, like the ones you can purchase in Walmart’s party section, and filled with goodies to celebrate the end of your season or that big game!
The second set of tags is smaller and when punched with a 2-in scalloped punch makes dressing up game time snacks and treats a snap! Tie them around the neck of little water bottles, squeezable apple sauces, drinkable yogurts, granola bars, or cracker packages. They’re a great way to let the team know you are cheering for them! While it’s important to teach our kids to fuel up with healthy snacks, there are times to indulge a little.
You may want to bring an extra special treat for the “big game” or to celebrate the end of a season with. For those occasions, these mini-tags can be used as cupcake toppers. Just print them on tag board, attach them to toothpicks, and stick them into the frosting. Super fun! And what’s more, if you don’t have the time or desire to make your own cupcakes. Just ask your local grocery store bakery for some frosted cupcakes without any decorations other than maybe some sprinkles. It doesn’t get much easier than that! Go Team Mom!