Party Favors for the Holidays by Marisa Job

Hello friends! Today I have these holiday party favor boxes to share with you created with my new die set called Surprise Me Box from the Special Occasions Collection. These boxes make great party favors for Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s celebrations. They are super easy to make and you can fill them up with candy or a small gift.

 

 

Surprise Me Box Die Set:

 

Instructions:

1. Die cut party favor boxes with Surprise Me Box die set from designer cardstock for the Christmas boxes or foil cardstock for the New Year’s or Hanukkah party favors.

 

 

2. Die cut 4 top panels for each box from contrasting designer cardstock and then attach to box with tape runner. Die cut tag and top layer, glue together.

 

 

3. Apply tape to the folding tabs and assemble box. Use silk ribbon to tie at both ends and make a bow. Attach tags to ribbon as pictured.

 

 

Here are more pictures of the finished Christmas party favor boxes:

 

 

 

New Year’s or Hanukkah party favor boxes:

 

 

 

Spellbinders Supplies:

Surprise Me Box S6-105

Spellbinders Platinum 6 Die Cutting and Embossing Machine

Tool ‘N One

Stylus Tips For Tool N’ One

Circle Foam Refills For Tool ‘N One

 

Other Supplies: Maja Design – I Wish Paper Collection, The Paper Studio – Classic Glam Glitter Paper Pad, Gold and Silver Foil Cardstock, Scrapbook Adhesive by 3L – E-Z Runner Ultra, May Arts Silk Ribbon.

 

Stay tuned for more projects coming created with the Special Occasions Collection. You can see the 8 die sets in this collection by going to the Spellbinders website HERE.

Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful Holiday Season!

Marisa

www.marisadesigns.blogspot.com

Marisa Job

Marisa Job

Marisa Job has been crafting since growing up in Lima, Peru. Her parents were in the clothing industry where she learned to design and sew clothing. She received her degree in Fashion Design and Merchandising in LA. and spent the first few years of her career designing children’s clothing. When she purchased her first rubber stamp she became immediately hooked and has now been involved with paper crafting for over twenty years. She has a passion for rubber stamping, die cutting, card making and scrapbooking which has led her to design dies and rubber stamps in the craft industry.
She lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband of 35 years. They have two daughters and three grandkids. When she’s not in her craft room, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going to the beach, sewing, reading and cooking.

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Marisa Job
Marisa Job
Marisa Job has been crafting since growing up in Lima, Peru. Her parents were in the clothing industry where she learned to design and sew clothing. She received her degree in Fashion Design and Merchandising in LA. and spent the first few years of her career designing children’s clothing. When she purchased her first rubber stamp she became immediately hooked and has now been involved with paper crafting for over twenty years. She has a passion for rubber stamping, die cutting, card making and scrapbooking which has led her to design dies and rubber stamps in the craft industry. She lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband of 35 years. They have two daughters and three grandkids. When she’s not in her craft room, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going to the beach, sewing, reading and cooking. SHOP NOW
  • Christine

    Very pretty Christmas boxes! Would be fun for New Years too

  • Barb Macaskill

    Another fun treat to make for New Year’s Eve celebrations! TFS!

  • Beth Norman

    Beautiful work Marisa. Awesome tutorial.