These origami gift boxes with clear lids make great containers for holding your paper Santa hats. They can be made into elegant party favors for Christmas place settings, or given as gifts on their own. These clear box tops make for a beautiful presentation when these Santa Hats are placed inside.
Learn how to make the base and clear tops for these origami gift boxes at homemadegiftguru.com, which is my favorite homemade gift giving website. Check them out, you won't be disappointed!
Photos and instructions below show that it's quite easy to make your paper Santa hat party favors any color.
Simply use one of the jewel-like glitters to match your color scheme. If you haven't used glitters for a few years, you'll find that they have changed drastically, and can be used in elegant crafts. My favorite are the jewel-like glitter colors that Martha Stewart carries--a dream to work with.
I made the above rectangular origami boxes for gifting these pink and lime green set of paper Santa hat Ornaments.
It's easy to make the paper hats match the paper boxes . . .
Above I have used golden brown colors, with white and red accents for this place setting color scheme. You'll find that ribbons will easily match the many Martha Stewart colors available.
Above I used silver, red and white as my color scheme. The red table cloth and the red origami box are set off nicely with the white plates.
I also used a Christmas ribbon that says "Let it Snow" to lay across the plates. Use any combination of plates, ribbon, table cloth and other decorations to match your Santa Hat favors.
These Santa Hat party favors in origami boxes make for impressive table setting combinations.