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Cornucopia Favors for Thanksgiving

Hi friends! Dana Tatar here today sharing how to create cornucopia favors for Thanksgiving. I’ve hosted Thanksgiving many times, and there always seems to be some unforeseen delays no matter how well I plan. These colorful favors add a festive element to your tablescape and guests can enjoy a sweet treat to help tide them over until the main meal is served.

Mini Cornucopia Thanksgiving Favors with Foiled Letters and Colorful Leaves

I love to create projects that are fun to touch! Caning isn’t just for furniture! Its flexibility when softened makes it really fun to craft with. I added color to this cornucopia project with die-cut leaves, tissue paper, and Metallic Transfer Foil, Holographic colors.

Creating Cornucopias from Caning

How To Cut Caning For Crafts

Use scissors to cut rectangles of caning to measure about 7 inches by 4.5 inches.

How to Cut Caning to Create Mini Cornucopias

Use scissors to cut away the bottom left and right corners as shown.

How to Soften Caning with Water

Soak the caning pieces in water for 3 to 5 minutes until pliable.

How to Mold Caning into Mini Cornucopias

Roll the caning pieces into a cornucopia shape and secure with string. Let the caning dry overnight. When the string is cut away the caning holds its shape.

Festive Accents

How to Secure Paper Leaves to Cornucopias with Micro Adhesive Dots

Adhere colorful die-cut paper leaves to the underside of each cornucopia using Micro Adhesive Dots.

How to Add Holographic Foil to Chipboard Letters Using Adhesive Sheets

Cut small squares from an Adhesive Sheet. Remove the yellow liner and press the adhesive onto the bottom of chipboard letters. Peel away the back liner and cover the adhesive with Holographic Metallic Transfer Foil. Lift off the foil to reveal the foiled letters.

How to Embellish Thanksgiving Favors Using 3D Foam Circles

Secure a foiled letter to each cornucopia using Small 3D Foam Circles.

Mini Cornucopia Thanksgiving Favor with Foiled Letters and Colorful Leaves

Insert a contrasting color of tissue paper into each cornucopia and fill with a treat.

Until next time!
~Dana

Creative Time: 30 minutes (Plus 24 Hours Drying Time)
Skill Level: Beginner

Materials Needed:
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®

Adhesive Sheets 4×6 Inch
Adhesive Dots Micro
3D Foam Circles White Mix
Metallic Transfer Foil Sheets Holographic Colors

Other: Die-Cut Leaves (American Crafts); Chipboard Letters (Studio Calico); Tissue Paper; String; Caning

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Mini Cornucopia Thanksgiving Favors with Foiled Letters and Colorful Leaves

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