Confetti Grace May 2020 Subscription Box Review – PENNANT BANNER

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Confetti Grace is a monthly craft box subscription that is good for kids 8 years and above as well as adults. For $28.95 a month, you can get a craft box that is filled with two DIY projects . The idea behind here is to get to give one and keep one so you will be able to spread some happiness around you.

Throw kindness around like confetti.

The box always includes 2 DIY projects so you can keep one, and give one. There’s an info sheet sitting on top of the items in the box.

All the items are wrapped in a brown tissue paper, surrounded and protected by curly squiggles. Also, all the items inside are packed separately.

Included in the box is a guide in making crafts. For this month, the crafts are pennant banners, wooden signs and YAY cards!

Everything in my box!

There’s a silver star for accessorizing the banners.

The box also included a single-hole puncher.

There are also Mod Podge, glitter glue, washable school glue, glue stick, and foam brushes.

There are lots of decorative papers as well.

The set also comes with paperboard pennants, different twines, letter cutouts, and a set of different-sized wooden stars.

We choose several decorative papers and used the paperboard pennants as a template to cut them out.

Here are the paper triangles that we made from the paperboards and decorative papers.

Before sticking the decorative paper triangles, it’s better to punch the holes on them first because once they are attached to the boards, it will be harder to punch the holes out.

We applied a light layer of mod podge to the pennant. Too much mod podge will cause the paper to warp.

We connected the pennants with twine in the last step.

The colors are fun and festive!

We also decorated the pennants to be reversible so that we can use it for other occasions.

It’s nice that we can mix and match the decorative papers to create different and unique patterns and designs.

This looks amazing on the wall! All we need is another banner that will tell what occasion we are celebrating!

It looks good as no design is being repeated.

The possibility of designing the pennants is almost endless!

It’s a feast to the eyes! We can actually use these pennant banners as home decor, even without an occasion!

The next project is making wooden signs! From this box, we also received wooden rectangles, heart and celebrate cutouts, and some brads.

We used the wooden rectangles to trace the paper base. We also glued different pieces of decorative paper at the back of the cutouts so that they show through.

We stuck the cutouts to the paper base and attached them to the wood rectangle using Mod Podge.

We did the same to the celebrate cutout, but we used another set of decorative papers as base and backing on the cutout.

We also put brads on the starter holes on each corner of the wooden sign and made a wire hanger by sliding wire under the staples on the back of the signs.

The last project is to make the YAY cards and star tags! For this part, we used YAY and star cutouts, plain greeting cards, tags, decorative papers, and ribbon.

Making the YAY cards is almost similar in making the wooden signs. We just chose decorative papers that we will use as backing and paper base. Then, we attached the finished YAY cutouts to the plain greeting cards.

Each card also comes with a plain white envelope. We just used two decorative papers for the YAY cards.

We also made star tags using the same concept. We used different colored papers to serve as backing to the star cutouts. We inserted ribbons on the holes on the corner of each tag so that we can attach them to gift bags.

We also received paper bags and tissue papers to wrap the crafts and gift them!

We tied the star tags on the bags’ handles.

We’re ready to share the finished crafts to family and friends! We know that they will love them too!

This month’s projects are perfect to share and to use, for any occasion or just to add flair at home. Confetti Grace provides all the materials needed, enough to make two of each project so that we can share the other! We’re pleased with how the pennant banners and wood signs turned out. They looked festive and colorful. The YAY cards included with these items are also great for including personalized notes and messages when we gift them. They even included gift bags and tags so that we can easily send the gifts out. The instructions are pretty easy, and making these crafts is a great bonding activity for the whole family.

What do you think of this month’s Confetti Grace box?

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