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Gathering the Supplies
For this project you will need:
I started by wrapping this fancy lidded box that I found at Dollar Tree ($1). The gold dotted paper was purchased at Marshalls's ($4.99/roll)
I wrapped and wrapped, and... well, at this point I have to honestly admit that I don't see wrapping anymore round boxes in my future. Way too tedious.
The doilies, which were purchased from Walmart ($1.88/30pcs), were used to create a makeshift bow. I simply folded four individual doilies in half - twice - and hot glued them to the lids in a circular fashion. I then fanned out the folds to create a 3-D bow, and embellished the "bow" with some bling from a leftover from a different project.
My apologies for not including photos of that step. (You can tell that I'm not a die-hard crafter, huh?) Once the hot glue burns on my fingers have healed, I promise I will update this post with the missing photos. Ha!
Now that we've gotten that out of the way let's get to the good part. Let's take a look at what I put inside each of the four boxes.
All of us ladies have such busy lives taking care of our husbands, children and homes. Most times there are just a few minutes in between rushing off to the next appointment. So a "Nails & Cocktails" gift box, packed with some me-time-essentials is perfect. Inside I've included:
There you have it - a Nails & Cocktails gift box! Not only is the box great for the initial gift presentation, but it can be used in their workplace offices to hold other items like toiletries, a sewing kits, or even tea bags. I LOVE that! Please tell me, what do YOU think of this gift idea?
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Welcome to "my place". I'm Ola, a self-confessed décor addict and DIY think-tank. I love working with small spaces. Make yourself comfortable, and feel free to "shop" my ideas.
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