Do you Decorate Your Table with Christmas Table Favours? If that’s you, you might want to take a peek at what I’m decorating with this year. And if you’re a last minute gal like me, you’re in your craft room Christmas morning building something fabulous! Rather than be stressed, you could make these quick and easy wrapped chocolates ahead of time in a snap!
I used the Presents & Pinecones designer series paper and Pretty Pines thinlits so there’s not a stamp to be found! But you can create these scrumptious morsels with just about anything you have in your paper crafting stash! I’ll give you the measurements and recipe below.
The wrapped chocolate is called Merci and are easy to find here in Central Alberta. Even better, they come in small or large packages and are inexpensive!
- cut your DSP to 2 7/8″ x 2 1/2″
- turn DSP to side you do not want to see
- run your Fast Fuse (or use Tear & Tape) along one longer end
- place chocolate upside down in middle
- fold in non-glued end and then fold over the Fast Fused end on top
- decorate as desired
I like to have the little bit of twine or a narrower ribbon wrapped around and tied to give it a fancy touch. The metallic enamel dot also adds some sheen. I’ve also made these with the Cookie Cutter Christmas set and punch and Candy Cane Lane paper. They were adorable too!
Check back tomorrow when I’ll post another Christmas table favours project for you. And this one will be just as quick!
Here are the items to make these table favours yourself (many of the supplies are in the Yearend Closeouts so they are on sale!)
‘Til next time, Happy Stampin’