Confetti Grace is a craft subscription, and they now offer two kinds of boxes: the Original Confetti Grace Bi-Monthly Subscription ($28.95) and the Lil’ Grace Monthly Box ($14.95). The bi-monthly box will still include 2 DIY projects that you can build with your child, while the monthly boxes contain DIY projects in smaller sizes but the same quality. The idea behind here is to get to give one and keep one so you will be able to spread some happiness around you.
This is the review of the Confetti Grace Bi-Monthly!
The box looks nice and can be reused as a storage or a gift box, or can be a part of your craft!
Throw kindness around like confetti.
The box always includes 2 DIY projects, so you can keep one and give the other. There’s an info sheet sitting on top of the items in the box.
All the items were wrapped in brown tissue paper.
The box is full of fun stuff! All the items are nestled in curly, white squiggles!
Included in the box is a guide in making crafts. For this month, the projects are a cookie-cutter craft and hot air balloon cards!
Everything in my box!
The box includes a silver heart charm.
Here are 2 sets of a collapsible paper box, pink tissue paper, ribbons, and card tags! These can be used for gifting the finished products.
For the hot air balloon card, I used plain white cards, pink paper, heart and cloud cutouts, hot air basket cards, and a printed strip that reads “love is in the air”.
The first step is to glue the pink paper to the plain white card. Afterward, I also glued the hot air basket card on top of the pink paper to make it stand out! As for the crown, I folded the hearts and glued half of each to the other to create a nice balloon shape.
Then, glue the hearts just above the drawn basket, and you’ll have a cute hot air balloon! Finish it off by gluing the clouds anywhere you want and the text strip “love is in the air” at the bottom part! Each card also comes with a white envelope.
Check out my hot air balloon cards! It’s so cute, and I love the pastel colors!
To make the cookie cutter craft, I used cookie cutters, twine, paper designs, red and pink paper, sawtooth hooks and nails for hanging, dowels, a glue stick, and a couple of sprigs.
For the first step, I traced the cookie cutter on my choice of paper and cut it out.
I applied glue on the edges of the cookie cutter and pressed it to the paper. Then, I let it dry and made sure it sticks well!
Now for the hanger, use a hammer to pin down the sawtooth hooks and the nails. Be careful as the dowel may roll!
Cut just the right length of twine and tie it on the hanger. I also stuck some sprigs for added decoration!
Here it is, the cookie cutter craft! It is so simple but beautiful!
The crafts are perfect to share with family or friends using the included gift wrap sets!
Confetti Grace always sends fun DIY projects to keep me productive! This month’s craft can make a cute decoration on our kitchen wall. I love that the projects are simple and easy to make but are so cute and pretty to look at! They also provided all the materials needed for the craft and even included wrapping bags or boxes so I can easily gift it. All I have to do is write a letter on the hot air balloon card and send it with the cookie-cutter hanger! If you love making crafts, this subscription is worth giving a shot!
What do you think of this month’s Confetti Grace box?