Today’s DIY project is sponsored by The Ravenna Girls.
Confetti!! I love a good confetti post, and this one has a whole lot of it. When I found The Ravenna Girls’ rope bracelets I thought about what a great gift they’d make for a Secret Santa exchange or a grab bag/white elephant/yankee (What do you call them!?) party. The perfect price point and they’re one size fits all. It’s a win win situation. Then I dreamed up these confetti surprise jars, an incredibly fun way to package the bracelet and keep everyone at the party guessing. “WHAT is under all that confetti!?” they’ll say. Here’s how to make it.
Side note: Look at that flashy neon color! These would make great stocking stuffers too, if you aren’t into confetti explosions. For a full selection, check ’em out right here! Now back to the confetti…
Confetti (Lots of it!)
Jar (This one is from IKEA. I spray painted the lid gold!)
Small Gift, like this rope bracelet from The Ravenna Girls
Before I tell you the easy peasy steps for making this project, I want to tell you an easy peasy way for making confetti! If you recall, I cheat during the holidays and this is one of my favorite ways. If you can’t find pre-cut confetti in the colors you like, purchase some of the metallic fringe decor or curtains party stores sell. Then snip away at the ends until you have the amount of confetti you want. Since the curtains are pre-fringed it takes out half the cutting step! WIN!
Now that you have your confetti, fill your jar up half way. Then add your gift and fill the rest of the way confetti, burying it.
Spin your jar around to make sure the gift is totally hidden inside then add your lid and a piece of tinsel (If you’d like! And why wouldn’t you like!?) to finish it off. Bring this to a Secret Santa exchange or use it as a grab bag gift. It will certainly keep people guessing!
All Photos by Studio DIY
I probably don’t have to tell you that this does make a bit of a mess! But a very pretty, well worth it mess. People don’t complain about that kind!
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Mandy Pellegrin // Fabric Paper Glue says
This project is borderline evil, but I LOVE it!
Cute any time of year for gift giving! Love it!
great idea!! this will make unwrapping a lot of fun!
Kelly @ A Swell Place to Dwell says
This is so fun! I can’t even imagine how much confetti there would be left to clean up after everything, but it’s totally worth it. What a great idea!
Totally worth it! Who can complain about such a pretty mess!?
Mandy @ At Home in Arkansas says
Shiny & fun! Totally doing this for some of my festive friends!
Katie Bush says
Wouldn’t it be smart to coat the inside of the jar with elmer’s glue or tacky glue and roll a lot of confetti in that, that way when you open the jar the present is right there and there’s no mess? Maybe even wrap it in tissue paper?
Hey Katie! That would definitely be a fun way to create a similar look for this project!! When I first thought of this concept, I wanted it to be more like a “hunt” to find the gift inside all the confetti, but your idea would be a great way to minimize the mess if you were afraid your recipient wouldn’t appreciate finding confetti in their hair a few days later! Ha! 😉
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