Monday, October 1, 2018

DIY Cornucopia Table Favor

The following is a refresh of an earlier post  I thought you would like to re-visit while I'm on vacation.
We're quickly approaching the season for holiday gatherings, so why not surprise your family or guest with this easy to make mini cornucopia table favor. Your guests will truly love this adorable memento of a great time!

Let's begin by gathering the following:
  • Burlap paper
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Wired ribbon
  • Mini Bowdabra, wire and wand to make the bow
Next, cut the burlap paper into six inch squares.
While holding the paper, grasp one of the pointed corners facing up, and roll together the burlap paper into a cone shape, with the bottom forming a point. 
It may take a bit of maneuvering but once you line up the edges and point into a cone, run glue along the edges where they overlap to hold the cone in place.
Next, take a 30" decorative piece of wired ribbon and fold lengthwise together. 
Pull the end wire on each side, gathering the ribbon into ruffles.
Continue pulling the wires and gathering the ribbon until you have a ruffle long enough to fit around the top inside of the cone.
Adjust the wires on both ends of the ribbon ruffle, tie in knot and cut off excess.  Glue on the ruffle around the inside top of cone.

And finally, make a bow using the Mini BowdabraFind complete tutorial for the bow here.
And then, hot glue the bow onto the front of the cone below the ruffle. 

Have fun making lots more and filling your mini corncopia with chocolates, candy, nuts or decorative trinkets your guests will surely enjoy!


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Thanks for stopping by

and take a little time to enjoy,

Happy Crafting!

3 comments:

  1. Precioso detalle otoñal. Perfecta combinación de materiales y tonos.
    Besos

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  2. This is such an adorable idea for Thanksgiving! Our Thanksgiving is this weekend and if I have the time between now and Monday, I'd love to make these. Pinned and thanks for the tutorial 😀

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  3. Bellísimo envoltorio , gracias por el tutorial !
    Besos.

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