Low profile centerpiece – By Glenda @ Edmonton store
What you will need
What to do
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Tis the season for holiday shopping. I thought it was time to update my wreath on my door, so off to the mall I went. After the 4th store I went into and saw the really expensive door wreath I decided a) I can make this myself and b) I can do this for way less than the ones I saw at the store. Plus lets be real I love a fun DIY project, this took me a few hours and I loved the way it turned out so much I made two.
With the Holidays around the corner I am on the hunt for easy DIYs to give as gifts. I have been obsessed with Soda pop cupcakes (directions on the blog) I have made the cupcakes a TON lately and every time people have asked for my recipe. So finally it clicked, what a perfect DIY that is less than a dollar and super cute.
First the supplies needed:
Boxed cake mix
Cans of pop
Cardboard bottom bags in 2 sizes I used 4x8 and 6x12 http://www.creativepackaging.ca/collections/confectionary-bags
1.Measure 1/2 of the boxed cake mix into the smaller cardboard bottom bag.
2. Tie it up
3. Put a can of soda and the cake mix in the larger cardboard bottom bag.
4. Add the directions on the tag (I just 1/2 the directions from our blog http://www.creativepackaging.ca/blogs/creative-crafts) tie with a ribbon and tada!!!
I used 1/2 the box so it goes twice as far, you can also add topping or filling for your cupcakes and get as fancy as you want. I wanted to keep it simple and keep my cost down. I hope you make and love the cupcakes as much as I do.
Don't know what you want to do for your wedding favors? Come in and see our extensive wedding display and get some ideas. You'll find stunning samples, done up in a rainbow of ribbon colors. We'll be happy to do a sample for you in your wedding colors and teach you how to tie up your bows like an expert.
Wedding Favor Boxes
We have a fabulous selection of miniature boxes to showcase your wedding favors. You'll find all kinds of shapes and sizes, tiny cube boxes, elegant truffle boxes, Chinese take-outs, frosted boxes, and so much more! Add some ribbon - glamorous or funky - and get the perfect look for your wedding.
Need some favor ideas? Click here for a few suggestions
Wedding Favor Bags
If your wedding favors are best presented in a small bag then check out our many styles of organza bags. We offer a variety of colors, sizes, and great prices. We also have paper, glassine, velvet and pvc bags.
Our basket bags are extremely popular with brides. Choose from our great selection of sizes - from tiny bags to large Cello bags are easy to use and very economical. Their crisp, shiny look creates a beautiful presentation for your favors. Whether you want a clear bag, a printed bag, or a cardboard bottom bag, we have all of them reasonably priced!
Tip: Talk to our experts about the look you want.