DIY Favor Packaging
August 3rd. 2009 by Abby Larson | Filed Under | 38 comments
It’s been a while since we’ve featured some of Kathleen’s work on SMP. For those of you that don’t know…Kathleen is our DIY guru and has been providing the coolest projects made especially for our readers for the past few months. We first fell in love with her when she entered our DIY contest way back when, but have since fallen more and more head over heels as we see what she can really do.
So today, we are sharing some completley adorable DIY favor boxes. If you missed the first two boxes, click here and here.
The best thing about this set is that they are total perfection standing alone or mixed and matched! And, you know how I feel about yellow. They are just adorable.
To download the pink polka dots, click right here. To download the yellow stripes, click right here. To download the pink flowers, click right here. To download the yellow waves, click right here.
All you have to do, is print the template onto an 8.5×11” piece of card stock (80 lb) with a color printer. Score along dotted lines with a bone folder and a ruler. With an x-acto knife and ruler, cut along solid lines. Fold box together and tape shut with double-sided tape where indicated.
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For those of you that need a little more of Kathleen’s fabulousness, check out her blog Twig & Thistleand her adorable etsy shop right here.
Also, here are some of her past SMP projects…
Favor Packaging here and here.
Custom Matchboxes, Sparkler Packaging and Coco Favors.
Farewell bells right here.
Homemade Vanilla Favors right here.
Lunch Bag Favors right here.