Chocolate Favor Box- These little chocolate candy boxes are a fantastic addition for any upcoming party! We love how Leica Forrest easily created these boxes by using Where Women Cook's Cake Pop Box die for these sweet candies, using dies by Tim Holtz to embellish and decorate them.
box- Michelle Stewart showed us how to have some glittery, sweet fun when throwing a Day of the Dead (El dia de los muertos) celebration with these Day of the Dead party boxes. Using the Skull & Top Hat, Sweet Phrase die by Brenda Pinnick and the Flower & VInes #3 die by Stu Kilgour, Michelle brought a beautiful vibrancy to these popcorn and gable party favor boxes!
NYE Fortune Paper Cookie Boxes- Michelle Stewart has SO many different party favor ideas on this specific tutorial, but the one we wanted to highlight were these New Years Eve Fortune Cookie boxes. We loved Michelle's idea of not necessarily putting candy in these little boxes, but writing down a wish or a New Year's resolution, and putting it inside! We love "out of the box" ideas like this (even though technically, you would be putting your idea in the box.)
Lip Balm Party Favor box- Did you know that the Cake Pop Box by Where Women Cook perfectly fits some of the sphere shaped lip balms that you can buy? We didn't either until we saw these unique party favor boxes by Melissa Fallon! Whether you use this idea for a Valentine's Day party or for just a fun girly party, these little favors are sure to be a hit! #EOS
Pirate Box- Avast ye mateys! Pirates need parties too and Stefani Khan ensured that the pirate lovers in your life will have some pretty awesome party favor boxes at your next Pirate Party. To create these, Stefani used cardboard lunch boxes and embellished them with Tim Holtz's Apothecary Bottles die.