Floral Favors Box

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DIY Gifts, Entertaining, Wedding

These floral favors boxes are super easy to make and you can customize the color scheme to fit any occasion.

I have this small obsession with making affordable but memorable party favors. I don’t know why, it’s just something fun to make and with a little bit of purpose.

These floral favors boxes fit right in. The base template is super easy to fold, requires minimal gluing and the top floral piece is just a simple rolled flower. You can make then in a bouquet arrangement with all sorts of different colors or create a monochromatic look with just one color of cardstock.

They are great for weddings, baby showers any type of birthday or a special occasion where you want to leave your guest something to savor after the event. I love it when the party favors can be part of the decor!

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Materials for Floral Triangular Favors Box

Cardstock – I like using medium weight cardstock with colored cores for this project. Here are some of my favorite brands:

Glue – Any type of adhesive works here. My go to glues are a polymer based non-toxix glue and the hot glue gun of course.

Cutting Machine – I use a Cricut. Check out my recommendations for Cricut machines and accessories for beginners for more info.

Templates – This triangle box template with the rolled flower is available for free in SVG and printable formats in my resource library.

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    How to assemble this floral favors box

    Step 1: Cutout the templates

    I like using a light grip cutting mat for this project because it makes cleanup a little bit easier.

    Step 2: Fold along the edges

    I’m not a huge fan of scoring with my Cricut so I just crease the edges by hand.

    I first fold the triangular flaps.

    I then align the creases and fold the vertical edges.

    Step 3: Glue the base and side tab

    A little glue goes a long ways. If you secure the side tab enough, you don’t actually need to glue the base.

    Step 4: Rolled the flower

    Start wit the outer most edge and rolled the flower petal strip.

    Glue the rolled flower to its base.

    Secure it on top of the favors box after you’ve filled it.

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