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, while the monthly boxes contain DIY projects in smaller sizes but in 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 Lil’ Grace Monthly Box!
Everything was well-packed, and all the materials were nestled with white squiggles! Some were even tied with twine.
Here’s the project sheet with complete instructions. It comes with photographs so you can hardly go wrong!
Everything in my box!
For gifting, they’ve included a tissue wrapper with foliage artwork printed all over it. There’s also a kraft paper bag and a card to write your messages, paired with a simple white envelope.
The materials include two wood boards with staples installed at the back for hanging, a foam brush, and a cup of brown acrylic paint. It’s nice that the paint is sealed in plastic and tied with twine to prevent spillage during transit.
There’s also a large sheet of faux leather, nails, and two strips of vinyl tape.
Also included is a whole sheet of templates. It has a cloverleaf pattern, flower petals, leaf, and also the faux leather pocket pattern. You can cut them out and use them as a guide when cutting the materials.
First off, cover your workspace with paper to avoid staining it. Using a foam brush, paint the wood boards, and let them dry. Then, cut the faux leather sheet using the template included in the box for the pockets. Set them aside for the meantime so you can proceed to the next step.
For the flowers and shamrocks, the box included colored crepe papers and floral wire.
There’s also a floral tape, glue dots, and some embellishments.
Trace the patterns on the crepe paper and cut them out. Measure just the right length of floral wire, assemble the cutouts on it and secure them in place using the floral tape. I’ve created a shamrock, and it looks so cute!
I’ve made three shamrocks and one flower to tuck in the pockets of the wood boards.
I also received two gold wires, two leather tags, and four text strips with “lucky” and “blessed” print for the final touches.
Nail the faux leather pocket on the wood board. To prevent it from splitting or having cracks, place the wood board’s back staple off any surface. Once done, extend the faux leather to the back and secure it with the provided vinyl tape.
Insert the tags on each of the gold wires and attach one to the staples located at the wood board back’s uppermost part. Tuck the shamrocks and the flower in the pouches, and it’s done!
Here is the finished wood wall pocket! It looks so lovely!
Confetti Grace Lil Grace sent another fun project! The wood wall pockets are an ideal gift to share for St. Patrick’s Day or even just to celebrate spring. It was easy to make because the instructions were easy to follow, plus the result is pretty! The nice thing about this is that I get to make something out of my free time and hone my skills, too. If you love crafting and gifting, this subscription is worth trying!
What do you think of this month’s Lil’ Grace box?