Want to decorate your festive table with 3 cute and easy table favours for Christmas? In mere minutes?
Adding little table gifts to your holiday meal is such a fun way to welcome guests!
But if you think you don’t have time…?
I promise you, YOU DO! (Even if it is in the wee hours of the morning Christmas Day!)
Now if your time IS at a premium (who am I kidding, of course it is this time of year!), each of these cuties gets progressively quicker to whip together so be sure to watch to the end of the video. (I had a few challenges in my live (LOL!) so I’ve got an edited version for you.)
Let’s see them then you can catch the replay!
The best part is you don’t need any special dies for these three different favours. Just your paper trimmer, with its scoring blade, and a pair of scissors! (although I couldn’t resist and dressed mine up with some punches and dies too. But I bet you’ve got a few tools and supplies that would be absolutely ideal for these treats. Feel free to use whatever you have on hand!)
While I used the Painted Christmas DSP (still available as of the time of writing this blog post!), any bright and happy patterned paper will be perfect!
Here are all the patterns in the package if you think it’s one you’d like to add to your stash of supplies.
3 Cute and Easy Table Favours for Christmas
One sheet of 6×6 patterned paper, your Tear & Tape, some cheery ribbon and a few scraps are all you need! Click the triangle to see how quickly you can make any one of these now!
TIPS in the Video!
About 17 minutes into the video I’ve also got an awesome TIP to show you how to get a bit more options out of your punches!
Another fun characteristic? They all stand up!
I shared some different versions and ideas in the video so be sure to give it a view!
Time to Craft!
It’s your turn to get creative with some sweet treat packaging! Which of these three versions will you try first?
Cuttin’ It Up!
Merci Chocolate Trio Box
- Painted Christmas DSP- 3″ x 6″, scored, folded and cut as per the template and shown in the video
- Basic White – 1 9/16″ x 3 1/2″ (see the TIPS in the video)
- Basic Black and glimmer paper – scraps
- ribbon – about 12-14″
Wrap Around Ghiradelli Holder
- Painted Christmas DSP- 3″ x 6″, folded as shown in the video
- Assorted cardstock scraps and glimmer paper
- ribbon – about 12-14″
- Painted Christmas DSP – 3 pieces 1 3/8″ x 2 1/2″
- ribbon – enough for a knot (about 6″) or a bow (about 9-10″)
Even though some of the items have sold out now, if you’d love to make it with most 😋 of the same items I used, simply click here to pin, print or order to have it shipped directly to your home. Thank you so much for shopping with me in Canada.
Here’s the template for the Merci chocolate holder. Just click on it to print it off.
Before we finish up, want another idea for a holiday mini milk carton favour? It might take a few extra minutes to make but it’s a fun way to add a little bit bigger gift to the table!
Take a closer peek at these cuties!
So I’m curious. Besides table favours, what else do you think you can you do with these adorable treats?
How about adding a little bit of cello tape to the back and attaching them to the top of a gift? Or pop them into a stocking? Maybe drop them into your neighbours’ mail boxes with a little “Hi and Merry Christmas”!
Add a comment so everyone can see the other great ideas you have!
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Now you know how to make these 3 cute and easy table favours for Christmas, have fun crafting…even if it is into the wee hours of the morning on Christmas Day!