A cheap and easy way to treat your guests with a GREAT gift that can be filled with anything! Even little toys for a kids party. Using different scrapbook paper will allow you to customize this idea to any party! I first came across this idea on pinterest. It was a wedding party favor. I loved the uniqe shape so much I decided to use it for my Red, White and Blue Celebration.
Here is how I made these cute party favors!
Firstly cut a piece of scrapbook paper 8-1/2-inch x 11-inch (I used cardstock) in half. Any pattern. I Used paper a printed image would show up on. HERE is my template.
Fold paper in half without making a hard crease down through the middle. Do this by pinching the two top corners together so you create a curve with the paper. Sew from the fold to the corner turn and sew up the side.
Knot the two ends.
Fill the party favor.
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