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 the same quality. The idea 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 Confetti Grace craft subscription box made the list in our 2021 readers’ choice picks of best craft subscription boxes!
The items were packed with squiggles.
Included in the box is a guide in making crafts. This month, the project is a Wooden Stars and Stripes Wreath.
Everything in my box!
Included in the box is a star pendant with a USA flag inspired design!
Here are the materials needed for making the watermelon cards.
Making these watermelons are super easy! You can cut them into half circle shapes or even wedges depending on what design you want to create. You can even put bite marks on them! Then, use the black gems to put seed details.
Once you’re done, you can now put the watermelon design on your card. You can customize the position and create your own layout! Each card also comes with a white plain envelope.
Here are the materials for the second project.
They included brown paper bags for wrapping the crafts.
There’s also a red yarn and star charms!
I started by painting every piece with red and blue paint. Once that’s done, I let it dry completely before proceeding with the next steps and putting everything together.
I opted for a more patriotic wreath, so I stitched the white strip with catchy phrases on the burlap using the red string for additional design. This one will go in the middle of the wreath.
They even included this fairy light that I can add on to the wreath project to make it look extra pretty, especially at night!
This project is quite easy to do. Add the greenery on the smaller hoop. (If you’re going to add the fairy lights, do so before adding the greenery.) As much as possible, try to attach the greenery to the front of the smaller hoop so it’s easier to re-attach it to the bigger hoop for later. Then, re-assemble the hoops, making sure to add the burlap strip in between the hoops. Pull it tightly so it’s nice and stretched before tightening the embroidery hoop screw and holding it into place. Now, you can decorate using the stars. You can use wires or you can even glue them on.
On the second wreath, I interchanged the color of the hoops for an added flair.
This is what it looks like when you put the fairy lights!
They turned out so pretty, and they’re just in time for the 4th of July.
I’m keeping one wreath and sharing the other with a friend! This is great because I can also use the watermelon cards to leave a note for them.
Confetti Grace sends fun, new projects to work on every month. The projects are often themed according to current holidays, and the materials and the instructions are all included in the box so you can start as soon as you’re ready. They are beginner friendly as well. I enjoyed making this month’s wreath project! The finished products make a great home decor for this year’s 4th of July celebration at home! Overall, I like receiving my Confetti Grace boxes because I get to spend a few hours unleashing my creativity. It’s also a good way to destress. Whether you’re into arts and crafts or you’re just looking for a new hobby, this subscription is worth a shot!
What do you think of this month’s Confetti Grace box?