Image by Super Idea
Are you giving stuffed toys, candies, chocolates, or small items to your friends or family members this Holiday? If so, here are 3 Christmas gift packaging ideas made from plastic bottles by Super Idea on Youtube. It’s a great way to recycle them instead of throwing them into the trash. Watch the video below for detailed instructions.
Cut 1/3 of the top part of the bottle using a blade. Set aside the bottom as you won’t be using it. Trace the cap of the bottle onto the foam sheet and cut. Glue it on the top of the cap. Cover the sides of the cap with a strip of foam sheet, then glue the ribbon around. Next, trace the bottom opening of the bottle on the foam sheet and cut it. Then cut a strip from the foam sheet and glue it around the round one. Cover the strip with ribbon. Insert the small soft toy and candies into the bottle then place them on the bottom cover.
Print a pattern of Olaf and Santa Claus from the internet and make them in shapes just like below. Cut each piece and trace it on the foam sheet in its corresponding colors. Cover the bottom half of the plastic bottle from the project above and cover it with a foam sheet. Glue the pieces together, then stick them to the covered plastic bottle.
Cut the straight bottom part of a bottle, then fold it in half. Once done, glue the ends together to make a heart shape and stick the sticker strip on the bottom part. Next, trace the bottom of the heart on the foam sheet and cut it. Do the same for the top. Glue the bottom in place. For the top heart cover, glue a strip of foam sheet around its edges. Get the square glittered foam sheet, and cut the four corners diagonally toward the middle just leaving a small space between them. Flip it and add glue in the middle. Get two corners and fold them in. Do the same on the opposite side. On the top part, cut it into a rectangular strip and the bottom into a letter V. Add glue on the middle and fold the strip down to make a bow. Glue it on the top cover. Lastly, insert your candies inside.