Whether you're searching for the perfect hostess gift or a memorable way to send off partygoers, they won't regift these creative holiday party favors. Plus, get our tips and printables for pro presentation.
To create the patterned ribbon for this favor box, criss-cross the twine around your thumb and pinky in a figure eight pattern. Paint the twine in a random fashion, then use it to tie on a handmade gift tag of birch bark.
Give a perfect amount of candy for guest to break into when a sweet craving hits. Fill three small, glass vials with three different kinds of candy. Here, we used Nerds, Sour Worms and Snowcaps to cover sweet, sour and chocolatey cravings.
Instead of flowers, let your guests leave with a green that they can plant and watch grow. These evergreen seedlings will grow into full-sized Christmas trees in the right conditions, like full sun and room to thrive.
Give guests a warm, sweet drink to enjoy during the holiday season, plus a felt cup cover they can use all year long. Add peanut butter and chocolate chips to a disposible coffee cup; guests just add steamy milk and enjoy!
As easy as mixing together a few common kitchen ingredients with standard liquors, these festive flavors make delicious holiday cocktails. Get the recipes for three delicious flavors: Ginger Anise Vodka, Hot and Spicy Vodka, and Vanilla Cinnamon Bourbon.
Make the infused liquors in mini swing-top jars, then affix printable favor labels on the front and back that include a cocktail recipe to complement each flavor, like this ginger-anise vodka-spiked hot cider.
With a set of alphabet stamps and bakeable clay, any holiday saying can be made into a modern, colorful ornament. Give one or more to each of your guests as a thank you for coming to your holiday party.
Send your guests home with a custom playlist filled with your favorite holiday music. With today's thin laptops, not everyone owns a CD drive. Forget burning CDs and give the music on a modern, wooden USB thumb drive.