Posts Tagged ‘Favor Boxes’
Virginie from That Cute Little Cake is here with a favor box DIY perfect for little Thanksgiving gifts and favors.
What better way to say thank you than with these adorable fall favor boxes? You can fill them with candy that shows through the leaf window and looks so cute. Plus, they are super easy to make. Just follow this step-by-step tutorial:
- Scrapbook card stock
- Pillow box template. I downloaded the small template from Homemade Gifts Made Easy.
- Leaves templates you can download here
- Seasonal M&Ms in fall colors
- Clear cello film
- Glue, scissors, craft knife
1. Cutout the pillow box using the template to trace the outline of the box on the card stock.
2. Use the template again to trace the fold lines.
3. Score the fold lines.
4. Use a leaf template to cutout a template shape from the front of the box. To make it easier, instead of tracing the leaf on the box, I use a low stick tape to attach the leaf to the box and I then cut the shape...
5. Glue some clear cello film to close the window.
6. Fold the box and secure the flap with glue.
7. Embellish with a tag and ribbon if you wish.
How stylish is this "Vintage Cupid" set of free Valentine's Day party printables from Lea at Sweet Scarlett Events.
My favorite item here is the favor boxes which come in six different designs. I'm planning to use these to fill with treats to give to my daughter's teachers on Valentine's Day.
The collection includes: party squares, cupcake wrappers, a Valentine love note, favor boxes, wine bottle labels, and a "Love" banner. Everything you'd need to throw a sweet party!
DOWNLOAD THE HIGH RESOLUTION FILES FOR PRINTING HERE:
Rosa from Crafts by Rosa makes some of the most amazing favor boxes I've ever seen! She specializes in themes that are hard to find. In fact, her adorable suitcase favor boxes have been featured on People.com.
She's giving one of our readers a $50 gift certificate to her shop.
Take a look at some of her incredible creations ,and tell me you wouldn't want to wow your guests with one of these choiced.
To enter, just “like” Crafts by Rosa on Facebook and leave a comment at the end of this post saying you did it!
We’ll pick the winner at random on Thursday, September 27th at 10:00PM (PST). Any entries after that won’t be considered, sorry. We will use random.org to generate our winner and will notify you by email. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.
As I mentioned in an earlier post, I was recently sent a Cricut Expression 2 by the nice folks at Cricut, and I've been busy.
I have to say, there is a learning curve to using your Cricut, so don't be surprised if it takes a little while to get the hang of it. That's what I discovered for myself, and is also why I recommend starting with some easy projects, like those found on the Tags, Bags, Boxes & More 2 cartridge. (Perfect cartridge for party people, btw.)
Look what I created with it! I can't wait to use these favor boxes and paper tea cups at the small tea party I'm throwing for my daughter next month.
They were so simple to cut out and put together. Plus, my daughter likes pushing the buttons and pealing the paper off the cutting mat once the machine does its magic. She now thinks we're crafting wizzes!
To do this project, I also used the Cricut Craft Room, which is an online resource that's free, and allows you to see the entire library of Cricut images, as well as lay out your projects on your computer screen. I found it of hugely helpful and a much easier way to make adjustments to my designs.
I've also been looking at Cricut videos on YouTube and there are some super helpful ones out there.
Now the good part... This Friday we will be giving away a Cricut Expression 2 worth $299. So stay tuned for my post on Friday, and thank you kind people at Cricut!
Where will my Cricut adventure take me next?
Thanks to everyone who submitted their free Valentine's Day printables for me to show off. There are some really cool items here and great designs. Take a look...
Valentine's Day treat boxes from Sweet Pop Studio
Modern Chevron Valentine's Day Printables from Twinkle Twinkle Little Party.
- DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE SET (2" tags, thank you tags, tented cards, drink labels, straw flags, Hershey's chocolate bar wrappers, a "Love" banner, and cupcake wrappers)
- DOWNLOAD CUPCAKE WRAPPERS
Wine bottle label with a QR code that will play Etta James "At Last" designed by Silverbox Creative Studio. You must check this out!
Pop tart poppers recipe and downloadable free Valentine's Day printables from Saucy Pants.
Thank you everyone for your amazing designs!
How "wicked" would this new FREE collection of Halloween party printables from Zoila at Squared Party Printables look at your upcoming Halloween party! I love all the modern accents mixed with traditional Halloween fair!
The collection includes: invitations, party circles, favor tags, treat boxes, and a "trick or treat" banner. So cute!
And here's a sample of the actual printables...
Thank you, Zoila for this super collection. Those pumpkin faces are quite cute!
To learn more about Zoila see all her great designs, check out Squared Party Printables.
If you use these printables at your party, please add it to our site so I can show it off.
Krysten at Clickable Party has done it again! She has designed this "spooky faces" Halloween printables collection that is both cute and scary, and we're giving them away!
The collection includes everything you'd need for your Halloween party: invitations, a "Happy Halloween" banner, an 8x10 "welcome" sign, party circles, cupcake wrappers, water bottle labels, favor boxes, tented cards, mini cards, favor bag tags, and bookmarks. Told you it had everything. :)
Here's just a sample of the great printables you can download...
Thank you, Krysten, for this spooky collection!