Today I decided to focus on some easy yet charming hostess gifts. It's always nice to show up with a little something for the person putting the dinner or party all together. It doesn't have to be anything big or expensive, but add a little handmade touch and you'll bring a smile to any one's face. I have two gift ideas to share today. A bottle of wine, or in my case champagne with a sweet little bottle tag and a spiced popcorn gifty. Two main products make these both come together quickly (and a few other faves, too) the Door Hanger Confetti Cut and the Treat Tube Topper Confetti Cut.
Let's start with the bottle tag. I cut a piece of Cloud White card stock to 3.5 x 6 inches and used the Door Hanger Confetti Cut to create the hole at the top. I then rounded the corners. I used the Lotsa Dots Stencil to add a bit of detail to the base.
I then added a Thanks Tag cut with some pretty patterns from Fright Night 6x6 paper pad. I added the Thankful Pretty Panel and a duo of Tangerine Wheat to the corner. I tied on a kraft button and with some solid Natural Twine.
Next up is my spiced popcorn Treat Tube. I love these little clear boxes. You can put anything in them and it is such a cute gift with the fun scalloped top. I cut mine from Iced Aqua card stock.
Before I continue, I thought I would share a few links to popcorn recipes. Basically you pop some kernals (fresh, if you can, not microwave. it's healthier and plain in flavor) and add what ever seasoning you like. I used a Chipolte Spice blend and some White Cheddar powder for mine.
I did a quick search and found these links for you:
So I used a Lacy Scallop Circle for my tag. Oh my, round tags make my heart happy! I stamped a sentiment from With Love.
I stamped a Tangerine Happy Harvest acorn and tied it on with some Natural Twine. I also tucked in a few Ice Aqua pieces of Wheat.
Here is a list of the Confetti Crew members with Thanksgiving Inspiration for you today.
Thanks for stopping by today. I always appreciate your kind words.
Have a great week!
I am not posting tomorrow, but there is a Christmas post going up from some of the crew members. I can't wait to see what they have to share.