Edible Favors DIY Tags

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Gift guests with spicy favors they can enjoy even after the wedding festivities have ended. Fill colorful bottles with homemade jalapeno-infused olive oil (or a favorite store-bought brand), then accent with fun DIY tags.

What you'll need:

Kraft paper
Glitter scrapbooking paper
Marvy Uchida heart craft punch
¼" diameter round hole punch
Glue stick

1) We made our tags by cutting a 1.75" high by 2.5" wide rectangle from kraft paper, and a 1.75" high by 1" wide rectangle from glitter scrapbooking paper. Use these measurements, or adjust to fit the size and shape of the bottle you choose.


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2) Fold kraft paper rectangle in half crosswise to form a rectangular "booklet" that is 1.75" high by 1.25" wide. With the fold facing left, punch a heart out of the top flap.


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3) Place glitter paper inside the booklet, with the sparkly side facing the top flap with the heart punch. Secure with glue. Close the booklet, and punch a hole in the upper left-hand corner.


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4) Cut a piece of raffia about 20" in length, fold in half, and knot through the hole in the upper left-hand corner to create a tag.

Time: Approximately two minutes per tag

Cost: About $0.15 per tag

Where to buy:

Kraft paper, $7.95 for pack of 50 8½" x 11" sheets, and raffia, $12.95 for 100 yards; paperpresentation.com
Glitter scrapbooking paper, $1.99 per 12" square sheet; michaels.com
Heart punch, $6; uchida.com

—Arielle Shipper, Gift Registry and Entertaining Assistant, BRIDES Magazine

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