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Paper Flower Favor Box Video Tutorial

Such an exciting post today! I’ve been experimenting with video for a few months and today I’m finally going for it and uploading one to YouTube. I still have SO much to learn (like so much), but it’s been fun to make this Paper Flower Favor Box tutorial come to life! YouTube is my number one resource for just about everything and it’s my hope that the Love The Day YouTube channel will become your resource for DIY crafts, party ideas, tutorials and recipes.

So to kick things off, I’ve teamed up with Spellbinders (yes again…I love them like so much) to show you another way to use their Platinum 6 Machine (did you see the Back To School Party Ideas?). So follow along below or watch my video (YAY) to learn how to make these easy Paper Flower Favor Boxes.

Using my Spellbinders Platinum 6 Machine, I made these colorful paper flower favor boxes. They are perfect for weddings, birthday or dinner parties! Here’s how you make them:

Spellbinder Platinum 6 Machine
Contour Quite Contrary Debi Adams Oopsy Daisy Steel Rule Dies
Shapeabilities Amazing Paper Grace Becca Feeken Lacework Button Flowers Etched Dies (the flower’s center)
Neon Scrapbook Paper
Favor Boxes
Dry Paper Glue
Chocolate Candies


Tie a ribbon around the favor box.

Place four pieces of paper (blue, yellow, pink and green) on the cutting plate.

Place the Oopsy Daisy Steel Rule Die and a circle of the Lacework Button Flowers Etched Dies on top of the papers. Lay another cutting plate on top of the Die.

Run the stack through the Platinum 6 Machine.

Remove the flowers, leaves and circle from the paper. Keep one or two green leaves, a blue circle and three daisy petals.

Fill your favor box with candy.

Glue the leaves on the favor box. Then glue the two large daisy petals on top of the leaves. Let dry. Then glue the small daisy petal and the small blue circle. Let dry.

One Comment

  • Barb Macaskill

    Colorful, cute and so simple to create!! I love these!! Would love a 6″ Platinum so that I could craft on the go without lugging around 150 lbs of products!! LOL Beautiful project! TFS!

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