Wedding Tutorials Day 4 - Favors

Hi Everyone

Today I have an idea for Wedding Favors. SO simple and easily adaptable to any them
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Please note that the contest previously detailed here has now closed.
Winners can be seen here.

Wedding Favors

Your guests could either open these or keep them as a little memento of your day. I like to fill them with after dinner mints!


These really are one of my favorite projects to make and I have a new and simplified tutorial to share today!

  1.  Cut paper into 3” x 4” rectangles (7.5cm x 10cm)
    You can get 12 of these from one sheet of scrapbook paper
  2. Place very strong double sided adhesive tape along the two long and one short sides.
    I used JEJE Extra Sticky Tape
  3. Remove the backing from the tape
  4. Form a cylinder, joining the 2 shorter sides together with the adhesive
    Press adhesive very firmly
  5. Pinch one end of the cylinder together.
    Press adhesive firmly and fill with little treats
  6.  Pinch other end of cylinder together at right angles to form this shape.
    Use a paper crimper or scoring tool to really seal edges
    Note - the papers are from the Nantucket Collection from Pink Paislee.

    I have then cut a Pennant shape using Spellbinders, created a hole with a paper punch and tied to the favor with plain twine.


    You can see all my wedding related tutorials by following the links below:

    1. Placecards Tutorial
    2. Flowers Tutorial
    3. Confetti Tutorial
    4. Favors Tutorial
    Lowri

    I am linking up this post to these websites here

    24 comments:

    1. obrigada por compartilhar, adorei!!!

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    2. Really like the wedding give aways, would be a lovely addition to any style of wedding. <3

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    3. I am also a new follower. I found you through Pintrest which I am new to as well. You have very creative ideas and hope to use them and share them. I do a lot of party and wedding planning with friends and family. You're ideas will sure sure to be hit!

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    4. I forgot to give my email in case I win the "52 Reasons Why I Love You" Contest...dstress66@hotmail.com

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    5. I LOVE this! My friend is getting married soon and she for sure needs to see this!

      amandapollard13@hotmail.com

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    6. What a cute and EASY idea! So many things say "easy" and they end up taking a TON of time or use expensive tools... this is actually easy peasy!

      Natalie
      *crossing my fingers!!*
      it (dot) iz (dot) nat (at) gmail (dot) com

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    7. These are beautiful! I love that it doesn't *have* to be for a wedding; it can fit whatever party you're throwing dependant on the paper you choose!

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    8. These are gorgeous! What a fun way to make unique favors - thanks for sharing! :) Michelle

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    9. This is such a great idea! So cute! We would love to have you come share this at our weekly link party every Saturday! -The Sisters

      http://www.sixsistersstuff.com

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    10. Oh I love these. So many possibilities for so many occasions.

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    11. These are adorable! Thank you so much for sharing the directions for making!

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    12. This would be a great addition to The Pretty Packages Party! Would love for you to stop by and link up!
      http://blackberryvine.blogspot.com/2012/02/pretty-packages-party-12.html
      Smiles!
      Jami
      The Blackberry Vine

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    13. Great favor idea for any occasion. Hope you'll link it up to our Party Tutorial Contest: http://www.purejoyeventsblog.com/2012/01/party-tutorial-contest-4.html

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    14. These are a great idea! I can think of so many uses!

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    15. So pretty and easy to change up for any occasion! Thanks so much for sharing at The Creative Spark - I'll be featuring these tomorrow. Have a great weekend!
      Jenn :)

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    16. We are hosting our first Kitchen Fun and Crafty link party next Friday (the 10th) and would love for you to share this! Feel free to stop by and grab a party button! http://kitchenfunwithmy3sons.blogspot.com/

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    17. Love them, love them, love them! Thanks for sharing!

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    18. You can save a lot of money on DIY wedding favors, especially if you have a wide imagination! I'm all dried up thinking about designs myself so, upon seeing yours, I got inspired. But mind you, all credit is due to you, Lowri. I want to make beautiful masterpieces like what you do here!

      Kindra Leomiti

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    19. So nice! I would love to do this!

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    20. It's adaptable idea, love your work. According to situation plan need flexible project, which could be change at time. wedding party favors

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