West Elm and Paper Source Collaborated on a DIY Craft Box For the Holidays

updated Oct 24, 2020
We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing.
Post Image
Credit: West Elm x Paper Source

Your favorite brands just collaborated on a festive new project. West Elm and Paper Source teamed up to create a limited-edition holiday DIY craft box ahead of the holly jolly season. The craft box, called the Home For the Holiday DIY Package, retails at $75 and comes with three different crafting projects to help you create some handmade holiday home decor this year. In addition to the craft box, West Elm and Paper Source also released an exclusive holiday collection of six stationery products, which start at $19.95. 

The DIY craft box includes the following three sets: colorful geodes, a winter wreath, and mini holiday campers. The colorful geodes will teach DIYers all about the art of origami and paper folding to create geodes that could be used for handmade garlands, ornaments, gift toppers, and more. The winter wreath comes together with some simple die-cut shapes. Finally, the mini holiday campers craft retro paper campers that could be used for cards, cheerful garlands, ornaments, or place cards.

It’s suitable for crafters of all ages, too, making it a festive activity for anyone to do while sipping on some eggnog and watching “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Paper Source CEO Winnie Park said of the festive offering, “Our collaboration with West Elm is a natural extension of the brand, and we are excited to offer an opportunity for families and design enthusiasts alike to share in celebrating the season through easy, unintimidating, DIY decor projects at home.”

So, go forth and DIY this holiday season. And if you’re in need of some decor inspiration, find solace in the fact that West Elm has a variety of holiday crafting videos on its website to help get those creative juices flowing. Doesn’t it feel like Christmas came early this year?