AND!!! AND!!! A strip cut from a 6" sheet will wrap around the boxes just so, with just a sliver needed to be trimmed. So, you only need a 6" scrapbook pad to cover these cute wee things. These boxes have all been covered with papers from Authentique's Vintage Christmas. The items I've used are all inexpensive but festive.
Covering the boxes with different papers and embellishments, like Miniature Bookplates or decorative brads, make the tiny gifts feel personalized and not mass produced. Filling the boxes with a variety of dodads and treats makes each little box feel like a unique present.
The items I've chosen to fill the boxes are all inexpensive but festive. I think they're rather sweet.
Some ARE filled with sweets! Then a bit of celophane and a simple tie. If you want to be extra fancy, you might place a single gourmet truffle inside.
Or perhaps you'd like to top your box with Christmas fairies or angels.
Or send a little holiday message.
While these little tokens have a decidedly Yuletide feel, these could easily be adapted to any theme as party or wedding favours.
While these are super simple to create, I do have a video tutorial for you. You can pop over HERE to see just how easy they are!
The list of bits I've used:
Winter Shape Set
Victorian Corners 2
Banner Border Strips
Wrapped Gift Box Ornaments
Tiny Wrapped Gift Box Ornament
Retro Bottle Brush Tree
Fancy Scalloped Gold Dresden Borders
Little Sweeties Collage Sheet
Angel Wings Collage Sheet
charming boxes !ReplyDelete
These are so sweet! You could even turn the boxes over to make tiny platforms for your displays.ReplyDelete
These are adorable and festive Nichola!ReplyDelete
Nichola, you are one busy little elf!! These are wonderful! xxReplyDelete
A veritable bounty of presents, for one very lucky soul. Hope I'll receive a plethora of presents too.ReplyDelete
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