Christmas is right around the corner, so I'm here to help you make last minute budget friendly gifts for your family and friends!! I will show you how to make five customisable products based on someones likes and dislikes, and they will definitely appreciate a gift that has been hand made compared to a store bought gift. I am excited to see what you guys come up with! Have a safe and merry time gifting this season!
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
1:25 Pringles Box
3:25 Gift Bag
3:55 Greeting Card
WHAT YOU NEED:
1. Snowman: Black & Orange Paper, Cellophane Paper, Ribbons, Scissors, Donuts, Permanent Marker
2. Pringles Box: Printed Paper and Ornaments, Yarn, Ribbon, Pringles Box, Scissors, Glue
3. Monogram: Cardboard, Yarn, Glue, Pencil Scissors
4. Gift Bag: Plastic Bag, Pom-Poms, Foam Balls, Printed Paper, Scissor, Stapler
5. Greeting Card: Red & White Paper, Scissors, Glue, Glitter Tape and Stars, Ruler, White Pen
TIPS AND TRICKS:
- I could not find powdered sugar donuts anywhere in Mumbai, so I went ahead and bought glazed donuts, and covered it in white sugar at home.
-Make this gift a day prior to giving to someone as donuts are perishable.
2. Pringles Box:
- Recycle old Pringles boxes and fill it in with candy, cookies, or muffins.
- If you are not comfortable drawing the letter free hand, then print out the letter in your choice of font style and trace it onto the cardboard.
- You can decorate the monogram with sequins, pearls, and flowers as well.
4. Gift Bag:
- You can customise this gift bag based on the persons likes and dislikes.
5. Greeting Card:
- You can create any kind of pop up shape like a christmas tree or a snowman.
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