Shiny Confetti Boxes for Parties

These tiny boxes brimming with confetti will transform any party into an even more memorable event.
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By: Carolyn Garris
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Materials Needed:

  • match boxes
  • shiny wrapping paper
  • confetti (or make your own with a hole punch)
  • tape
  • scissors
  • ribbon or twine
  • gift tags (optional)

Wrap Matchboxes

Use emptied out matchboxes to hold your confetti. Choose brightly-colored wrapping paper to cover the outside of your matchboxes, cut and tape in place. Then fill will confetti.

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Add a Festive Touch

Tie each box with a ribbon or twine. Add a gift tag with either each guest’s initial, name or simply include numbered tags as part of a countdown theme.

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