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.
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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 were wrapped in a pink tissue paper!
They were also cushioned with squiggles!
Included in the box is a guide in making crafts. For this month, the crafts are succulent frames and terrarium cards!
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For the succulent frames and plant hangers, we used the wood frames, strings, pots, moss, succulents, wood beads, acrylic paint, foam brush, glue dots, and some sentiment pennants.
We started with the frames! It’s up to you if you want to leave it as it is, or paint it using the included white acrylic.
There are three sentiment pennants that we can use to decorate the frames, and they also come with glue dots.
We decided to paint the frames. It is also important to use something to cover the painting area to avoid mess and stains.
We let the frames dry and moved on to the next step, which is making the plant hangers.
To make the plant hanger, we used the strings, wood beads, hooks, and the pots.
We also received some succulents and a pack of moss. They are faux plants but they look real!
We gathered the strings together and taped one end, then cut an arrow shape and slid the beads on the strings. We also did the same thing on the other end. Next, we made sure that the plant hanger is suspended by using the correct measurement where the base won’t touch the bottom of the frame. We also tied the pot in the string first before putting the succulents inside.
We added the hook on the inside top of the frame, then assembled the pot with the moss and the succulent.
Here’s how the pot looks like with the faux succulents, inside the plant hanger!
We also chose some sentiment pennants and attached them to the frame using the glue dots.
The frames look amazing. For the first one, we used the pennant that says “Bloom”!
It’s a good thing that we measured it first so the planter is suspended perfectly inside the frame. The first succulent we have has rounded leaves.
For the second frame, we used the “Good Vibes” pennant!
Unlike the other succulent, this one has sharper leaves, and I think I like this one better so I think this is the one I’m going to keep.
Our next project is to make some terrarium cards that we can share with friends! For this activity, we used brown and green paper, plain cards, succulent designs, and a glue stick.
We traced the terrarium shape on the brown paper and cut it out, making the top of it a little wavy. Then, we stuck it to the green paper and added the succulent designs.
We added the terrarium by gluing it gently on top of the succulent and brown paper. Then we stuck the green paper in front of the blank cards.
Here are the beautiful terrarium cards! All we have to do is write messages inside!
We also received paper bags, round tags, and raffia twines to wrap the crafts and gift them.
We inserted the raffia twine on the tag holes and attached them to the paper bag handles.
Now, they’re done and all we have to do is to put the crafts inside!
Planting has been a popular hobby recently and these crafts make a perfect gift to share with those who love plants! The box provided all the needed materials to complete the crafts, including cute faux succulents. I’m definitely keeping the other one, it looks good on our table! The terrarium cards look awesome as well, and I’m going to send it to some friends so that they’ll know that we remember them. Gifting the crafts is also made easier because of the included paper bags and tags! Another thing we love about the projects from Confetti Grace is that they are great for both kids and adults. Families can enjoy making the crafts together, just like how we did it!
What do you think of this month’s Confetti Grace box?