Every year it seems that there are more and more people on the Christmas presents lists, first it was my husbands extended family and friends (somehow they quickly turned into my responsibility too), then there are the neighbours, my colleagues, the ladies at the hairdressers, Christian's colleagues, the staff at Eva's nursery, her friends parents and now there are Alex's friends parents.......the list just goes on and on!
I am therefore always on the look out for great little ideas for handmade gifts that look amazing but really don't cost a lot to put together.
I think today's project fits the bill perfectly.
I think these little boxes of dressed up tealights just look so impressive and professional but yet are so very easy to make.
I think anybody would be thrilled to recieve them.
I can also see them selling really well at craft fairs.
Mine are made using the gorgeous Warmth and Cheer DSP stack and Garden Green and Cherry Cobbler card stock but of course you could mix up the colours and papers and they would make a great gift at any time of the year.
If you would like to make your own version, click HERE to view my YouTube tutorial.
Just a word of warning though - you do need to remove the DSP from each tea light before lighting them - probably worth putting a little note of warning inside each box.
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Caroline x x
Base Card Stock: 8-3/4 by 4-1/4inches
Score 4 sides at 1/2 and 1-3/8 inch
Window Sheet7-11/16 by 3-3/16 inches
Score 4 sides at 7/8 inch.
Belly Band Card Stock 5-1/2 by 1-1/4 inches
Belly Band DSP 5-1/2 by 3/4 inch