Bomboniere (Traditional Italian Party Favor)

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Bomboniere (Traditional Italian Party Favor)
Bomboniere
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A bomboniere is a small party favor traditionally
given to guests at Italian celebrations, particularly
weddings. They hold five candied almonds (also
called confetti, or Jordan almonds). The number five
represents health, wealth, happiness, fertility, and
long life; and candied almonds represent both the
bitterness and sweetness of life.
Bombonieri can take many forms, from a simple
tulle bag to truly ornate boxes. My bomboniere is a
simple three-inch elongated pyramid that can be
decorated any way your creativity inspires you!
Copyright 2009 by Ruthann Logsdon Zaroff for Mirkwood Designs.
These instructions are for personal use only and may not be sold or otherwise distributed without this copyright information.
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1-inch
gauge
Bomboniere
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Print template on sturdy card stock and decorate as desired.
Cut on solid lines (including the slot in Flap E).
Score on dotted lines.
Fold on the scored lines.
Glue Flap A to the wrong side of Flap B.
Fold Flaps C, then Flap E, and finally Flap D, tucking the end into the slot of Flap E.
Fill with five candied almonds or other sweets or treats.
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E
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Copyright 2009 by Ruthann Logsdon Zaroff for Mirkwood Designs.
These instructions are for personal use only and may not be sold or otherwise distributed without this copyright information.
MirkwoodDesigns.com