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Every single Pretty Packaging Template that I design has endless limits and possibilities.

No matter what YOUR style is you can truly take these designs and make them your own. By putting your own touch or personal spin on them, each one can be different from the last! You can really get a whole new look each time you use a Pretty Packaging Template!

I love to get inspired by the item I am packaging, an ad with wonderful colors in a magazine or on TV, and sometimes it’s as simple as some patterned paper. No matter what you always need a idea or starting element.

Today I want to share 2 project using the NEW! Tuck-ered Out!

You will CLEARLY see how this one box can go from an elegant Wedding favor, to a child’s birthday party favor!

First up we have a party favor for a Wedding next May.


My inspiration came from the scented sachet in the background.

A friend of mine is getting married in NH at a gorgeous place, in a Gazebo, in the middle of a garden. So, that being said she asked me to do a mock up of what I think would be the perfect wedding favor for such an event. Since her dress (and the grounds) has lots of lavender and it is her color scheme I was over the moon to give it whirl!!

 She will be carrying lavender roses, and they will also make up the centerpieces.


She hasn’t finalized her decisions, but inside this sweet favor box, that will sit at each seat will either be: a sachet of fresh lavender, lavender soap, lavender scented candle, or mini flower pots with seeds, or just packet of flower seeds.

I love the drawer sachet idea, but she is still thinking, and she has plenty of time. In the meantime they will be making these for the big day.


So all that being said, my NEW! Tuck-ered Out template was made from carousel cardstock. I printed the Gardening Greats: Plum Silent Night paper collection to accent my packaging.


I chose to use the watering can with layering images from Tending the Garden. Icut it out to hang from the satin ribbon that tes around my box. Since she is carrying roses, I stamped the rose buds on the label and added a Prima rose to the center of my bow.

I added a little lace trim along the top for a touch of elegance.

Now we move on to the kids party favor.

Amber is going to be 6 on August 13th. She loves Tinkerbell and has toyed with a Fairy dress up party. So I’ve been toying with a colorful arrangement of quick and simple favor ideas.


We are thinking about a rainbow theme of colors.

I thought that I would use the star confetti design from the Taylors Teeth collection of papers, to make each box a different color! It would be like a rainbow of favor boxes, unless she decides on a specific color for her party.

By printing these on the confetti paper most of the design is done.


For this one I stamped my fairy on this kids toy embellishment maker (I think they are called SPOTZ) with black StazOn. I sandwiched in some acetate to add some start glittery confetti that I had 😀 So its like a fairy shaker.

I added some siler cording, and glued on some glittery stars

Super simple and super sweet.


Talk about an affordable favor 😀

Now the original size of the package is perfect for any party favor! You can fit just the right amount inside without it being “cheap” or “over the top”. Since hosting my three children’s birthday parties year after year I am a pro at the perfect party favor 😀 I really enjoy making the elements that make the party come together and leave people talking.

Supplies from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC

Pretty Packaging Templates: Tuck-ered Out

Pretty Impressions Stamp Set: Lost My Tooth, Tending the Garden

Pretty Printable Digital Paper: Taylors Teeth, Gardening Greats

Ribbon by May Arts, Spots , Glitter Confetti, Rose by Prima, silver cord, star embellishments

Thanks for stopping by once again. Tomorrow I have even more to share, as does the team! So see you then!