Welcome to the November Creativity Abounds Blog Hop where our theme is all about Christmas packaging, Christmas gift and of course, an easy Christmas table favour! We love getting together twice a month to bring you lots of creative inspiration for your papercrafting adventures.
I made these table favours as gifts for a big Winter event that I ran, and everybody loved them so much that I have decided to share the instructions with you all, so you can make them for yourself too. You can easily switch out the papers and colours and sentiments to suit any occasion as well.
I started with a piece of 18cm x 12cm Lost Lagoon cardstock and scored it on the long side at 2.5cm, 4.5cm and 14.5cm. (If you are working in Imperial this would be 7″ x 4 3/4″ scored at 1″, 1 3/4″ and 5 3/4″). I also cut a C6 cellophane bag down to 12cm x 9.5cm, just make sure you chop the top off not the bottoms or side!
To decorate my easy Christmas table favour I used some Winter Meadow DSP, just two pieces cut to 11.6cm x 2.1cm and 11.6cm x 3.1cm. (or 4 1/2″ x 3/4″ and 4 1/2″ x 1″). Then all you need to do is fill your bag with some sweeties and secure it in place inside the treat holder with some tear and tape or Stampin’ Seal.
I kept the decoration really simple with a cute sentiment stamped in Blueberry Bushel and punched out with a circle punch, layered with some Lost Lagoon cardstock. I didn’t think it needed anything else but you could certainly jazz it up if you wanted to!
I hope you have fun hopping around the rest of the gang’s creations and get fully inspired for some Christmas gift packaging or treat giving.
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