Monday, April 25, 2011

Dressbox Gift Favor

Hello Folks! I hope everyone  had a great Easter Weekend. So, after Easter, what's next? I think everyone is looking forward on the Royal Wedding on this coming Friday. It is the most awaited, most talked Wedding Event of Kate and Prince William. I have seen different kinds of beautiful  royal souvenirs all over the net and TV . So today, my project was inspired by the Royal Event of the Year - A Dressbox Gift Favor! 

I made these cute Favor Boxes in different colors to capture the Spring colors and Prom season. This dressbox template is from the Tie The Knot Cricut Cartridge. I dry embossed them using my Cuttlebug and decorated them with ribbons and stickles. It is very easy and fast project if you have the tools. 

These Favor Boxes are perfect for weddings, bridal showers, Quinceñera, and sweet 16 parties. These unique dress shaped gift favors will make your guests delight with your creative talent. You can fill it with tasty treats or special treasures as souvenir. 

You don't have tools or cartridge to make these? Not a problem, I will be offering the supplies to make these cute Dressbox Favor Box on my Etsy shop soon. 

 Hope this project inspires you! 

Thank you for stopping by. If you like what you see, please leave me a COMMENT. I LOVE reading COMMENTS! 


Eileen The Artful Crafter

I love the dress favor boxes!I'm going shopping right now. Thank you.

I blogged about the Crafter´s Companion Giveaway you're running today ;-)


Thanks for stopping by and blogging about Crafter's Companion, Eileen. Much appreciated!

Your cards and projects are lovely!

Momo sent me, and I am now a follower.

Stacy H-W

Jinky, these are so fab!! I think they would also be perfect at a little girl's Princess party too. I think I need that Cart!~! lol


Thanks for stopping by and leaving some love, Tracey! I love your tree layout on your blog.

Stacy, you can borrow my cart if you want, lol! Tie the Knot is one of my Fave Cricut Cart.


Wow look so cool, here I got new idea for gift packing.
Love to share it with friends.
dean graziosi

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