Image credit: Rebecca Virginia DIY on Youtube
Planning out and wrapping a gift doesn’t have to be boring. It is actually a fun and inexpensive experience. Gifts are about the thought process and the effort; it is not about how extravagant they must be. Quirk it up with these gift ideas by Rebecca Virginia DIY on YouTube.
Hot chocolate jar, melted snowman
Roll up each fuzzy sock and secure with a rubber band or twine at the end. To create the cupcake concept, take 2 cupcake liners and place the rolled sock on top of them. Place each cupcake sock in a clear loot bag. Cut out the excess loot bag and fold the remaining while securing it with clear tape. Tie up the top of the loot back with a silver twist tie and cut off the excess end, making it shorter to stand out more. Lastly, glue on a tiny bow tie ribbon and a jingle bell to each cupcake sock loot bag to add more festivity.
To personalize the plain oven mitt, create a design and place it on a vinyl sheet. Let the Circut machine do its thing to cut the print. Then, using a (small) cloth iron, print it on the plain oven mitt. Make a ribbon bow and use hot glue to stick it on the oven mitt. To finish, insert the rubber spatula and chocolate chip cookie pack into the mitt’s pocket.
Melted snowman, hot chocolate jar
Clean out your craft bottle and let it dry completely. As it dries, cut out a melting snowman print in the shape and size of the craft bottle’s lid. In the bottle, pour in the white or regular hot chocolate powder. Insert the marshmallows until you make 3 stock layers. Use acrylic paint to paint on the bottle the snowman’s features. To wrap it up, tie a bow using twine around the lid.