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27th Aug2014

Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm DIY

by Dinah Wulf

Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm How To

Thank you to Nature’s Flavors for sponsoring this post, Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm DIY. All opinions are 100% my own.

I have made my own lip balm before, but I must say that this batch might possibly be the best! I’m going to venture to say it’s because of the ingredients I chose to work with this time around. Here is what you need for this Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm DIY.

This recipe makes four small containers of lip balm.

Materials:

Equipment:

  • Small Saucepan
  • Pyrex Measuring Cup
  • Stove
  • Metal Measuring Spoon
  • Paper Towel
  • Lip Balm Containers
  • Droppers
  • Knife
  • Cutting Board

Optional:

  • Old Book Page
  • Scissors
  • Double Sided Tape

Instructions:

Choose the best ingredients. Nature’s Flavors has produced natural organic flavors for over 30 years. They have a variety of over 8000 custom flavors to choose from including everything from banana to lemon meringue. I chose pina colada and mango for my lip balm.

Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm DIY

Fill a small saucepan with 2 cups of water. Place a glass Pyrex measuring cup inside and turn the stove to medium high heat.

Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm

Meanwhile, using a cutting board and knife chip off approximately 2 tablespoons of beeswax.

DIY Lip Balm with Beeswax

Place the beeswax, one tablespoon of coconut oil, and one tablespoon of coco butter inside your glass measuring cup and allow it to melt.

Easy Lip Balm DIY with Coconut Oil

One the mixture is melted, give it a stir and remove it from the heat.

Lip Balm DIY

Using a dropper, put five drops of mango flavor and five drops of pina colada flavor into your mixture and stir.

All Natural Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm

Fill your containers. I like to save containers or ask friends to save them for me and reuse them for projects like this.

Homemade Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm

Make Your Own Lip Balm

Tip: If you are reusing an old tube container like this one allow the lip balm to harden slightly, and then top it off with more lip balm mixture.

Make Your Own Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm

The lip balm will harden after a few minutes.

How to Make Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm

Your homemade lip balm should work just as well as in a store bought lip balm container.

Make Your Own Lip Balm Tutorial

I covered my containers with old book pages for a finished look.

Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm How To

There you have it! These make great homemade gifts as well!

Mango Pina Colada Lip Balm Tutorial

Thank you to Nature’s Flavors for sponsoring this post.  Be sure to visit their website, Facebook, and Twitter and tell them DIY Inspired sent you!

08th Aug2014

Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

by Dinah Wulf

Frozen DIY Birthday Party Favors (1)

It was around 1984. I was in the third grade at recess wearing a shirt that said “Dinah” in pastel patchwork letters with a little brown haired girl with a ponytail on the front. Looking down probably shuffling my feet I hear a voice say hello.  I look up and meet Rhiannon for the first time. Three thousand miles away and thirty years later, we are still friends. Last weekend she shared some photos of her daughter’s sixth birthday party and I asked her if I could share it.  Here are some unique and clever Frozen birthday party ideas that Rhiannon Morgret, my friend, came up with.

Frozen DIY Party Favors

I LOVE these! Rhiannon made little Anna and Elsa themed make your own necklace kits.  For Anna she put pink cord, and pink, navy blue, and gold beads in a clear treat bag tied with pink and gold ribbon.  For Elsa, she put a blue necklace cord with blue, white, silver, and purple beads inside. She tied a navy blue and light blue ribbon on the bag.

Frozen DIY Birthday Party Favors (3)

Frozen DIY Birthday Party Favors (2)

Frozen DIY Birthday Party Favors (4)

She also made homemade white play dough and labeled the treat bags “Snowball Playdough” with a snowflake sticker and blue twine.

Frozen Birthday Party Favors

Frozen Birthday Party Food

Rhiannon was very clever coming up with themed food for the party.  She had food labels and signs for each item.  Here are some of her ideas:

  • Snowflakes – Snowflake sugar cookies with blue and white icing
  • Frozen Fractals – Blue Jello
  • Frozen Hearts – White chocolate covered strawberries
  • “We Finish Each Others” Sandwiches – Sandwich bar with all the condiments and fixings
  • White chocolate dipped pretzel rods with blue sprinkles

Frozen Birthday Party Food (2)

Frozen Birthday Party Food (1)

Pin the Nose on Olaf

Rhiannon made a large pin the nose on Olaf board for the kids to play.

Frozen Birthday Party Olaf (2)

Frozen DIY Party Decorations

Rhiannon and her family printed enlarged characters and mounted them on plywood to make almost life sized characters for the guests to pose with. Here is Elsa and Olaf.

Frozen Birthday Party Elsa

Frozen Birthday Party Olaf (3)

She also made signs with quotes from the movie and some other decorations.

Frozen Birthday Party Olaf (1)

Frozen Birthday Party Olaf (5)

Frozen Birthday Party Olaf (6)

Frozen Birthday Party Olaf (4)

Frozen Birthday Cake and Cupcakes

Rhiannon is a master of baking! She made these adorable Olaf Cupcakes and embellished them with cocktail umbrellas representing Olaf’s love for summer. She made Olaf out of icing and used mini pretzel rods as arms.

Frozen Birthday Party Cake

Frozen Birthday Party Cupcakes

I hope you enjoyed Rhiannon’s party! I wish I could have been there to see it in person! Thank you, Rhiannon for allowing me to share your amazing ideas!

04th Aug2014

Stenciled Burlap Sacks DIY

by Dinah Wulf

Stenciled Burlap Gift Sacks

You may know that I am obsessed with dollar bins at retail stores.  I ALWAYS get sucked in.  There are very few times where I walk by and find nothing. This time I found some little burlap sacks and some pretty trim. I tossed them into my basket and knew exactly what I was going to make with them.  Here is my tutorial for stenciled burlap sacks.  They make fun wedding favors, gift wrapping, or even great gifts as-is for jewelry or other small trinkets.

Materials:

  • Dollar bin burlap sacks
  • Various trim
  • Hot glue and glue gun
  • Black craft paint
  • Foam spouncer
  • Small paper plate
  • Stencils

Here are the cute little bags I found.  They were three for two dollars.

Stenciled Burlap Sacks (1)

I also found this pretty trim in mint, yellow, and white.

Stenciled Burlap Sacks (2)

I used adhesive stencils for this project. The Martha Stewart brand is great because the fuzz from the burlap rubs right off the stencil if you run it under a little water and it’s as good as new.  I placed the stencil on my bag and used a spouncer and black paint.

Stenciled Burlap Sacks How To

Tip: Here are my tips for stenciling, crafting, and caring for burlap.

I made each bag a little different.

Stenciled Burlap Sacks Tutorial

Next, I added trim to each bag using a hot glue gun.  You can use fabric glue as well, but I found it easier to use hot glue (I’m an Expert Hot Gluer!).

Stenciled Burlap Sacks DIY

Here they are… adorable, right?  I am using these as gift bags for small gifts. I think these would also make really sweet wedding or baby shower favor bags as well.

Stenciled Burlap Sacks

Stenciled Burlap Gift Sacks

Need more inspiration?  Here are some burlap craft ideas and stenciling craft ideas!

31st Jul2014

DIY Party Favor Ideas

by Dinah Wulf

DIY Party Favor Ideas

I love entertaining and helping others with parties. Many of my close friends ask for help all the time and I love it. Whether there is a theme or not, my basic ideas can always be used interchangeably for all parties and special occasions. I thought I’d put together some DIY party favor ideas that can be used for any type of occasion simply by changing the color to fit the theme or color scheme.

Reuse Recycle

I recently used Toilet Paper Roll Gift Wrapping to wrap some small souvenirs that I brought home from a recent trip. Toilet paper rolls are a great size for party favors.  You can even make these and cut them in half.  Fill them with candy or chocolates and place them at each place setting.

The possibilities are endless for the reuse of Tic Tac Containers I have made Repurposed Tic Tac Packs Craft Kits.  I filled Tic Tac containers with glitter and made little craft kits that are perfect for a party for a little girl. You can make themed craft kits by color, for example, blue and white glitter for Cinderella or Frozen or green and red for Ariel.

For an adult party, you can make pairs of recycled wine charmsout of wine corks.  I used seashells for mine but you can also glue or paint on any small trinket to match a party theme.

DIY Favor Containers

There are so many great craft machines to help make projects easier.  I personally like Fiskar’s Die Cut machine.  I have used it to make Hello Kitty party favors and DIY Candy Box Treat Boxes.

Embellishing existing containers is a lot of fun too. I used some Duck Brand tape and Washi tape to make these easy anytime treat bags. Just change the color and pattern to fit your needs. I also stenciled some burlap gift bags to make personalized favors for each guest.  This project was fun and the girls are able to reuse the bag for other things when they get home.

Crystal Clear

Sometimes the party favor is too pretty to cover. Use colorful candies in regular plastic containers like these Anytime DIY Party Favors for Kidsormake cookie lollipop favors from any type of holiday cookie or a cookie with colorful icing and put it in a clear treat bag with a tag and ribbon. Pretzel treat bags are not only for pretzels! Use them to display other beautiful sweet treats like these frosted animal cookie party favors.

21st Jul2014

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Wrapping

by Dinah Wulf

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Wrapping (5)

If you have been following along both of my blogs, this one and Inheriting Our Planet, you may have noticed all the posts I have been writing about my amazing trip to Villa del Palmar at The Islands of Loreto in Mexico! Of COURSE I had to bring home a few souvenirs from my trip. Thanks to my Mother In Law, she gave me the inside scoop that Mexico has THE BEST vanilla extract so I always know it’ll be a hit when I get home. I ended up using Toilet Paper Roll Gift Wrapping to present my gifts to my friends and family.

Materials:

  • Gift (duh!)
  • Toilet Paper Rolls (duh!)
  • Decorative Paper
  • Tissue Paper
  • Scissors
  • Paper Cutter
  • Double-sided tape
  • Ribbon
  • Hot Glue and Glue Gun (optional)

It just so happens that a small bottle of vanilla extract fits perfectly in a toilet paper roll.  I KNEW I was hoarding toilet paper rolls for a reason!

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Wrapping (2)

I picked some colorful and bright paper that reminded me of Mexico,  cut it to size with my paper cutter, and secured it with double sided tape. FYI, toilet paper rolls are 4.5” long.

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Wrapping

Next, I simply rolled the bottle in some tissue paper and inserted it into the roll.

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Wrapping (1)

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Wrapping (3)

Next, I tied a ribbon on each end.

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Wrapping (4)

Now, the bottle was a little thin and slid around in the tube, so I put a little dab of hot glue into the tube to keep it from sliding around and it worked beautifully.

Toilet Paper Roll Gift Wrapping (6)

I can’t wait to give them away, especially to my Mother In Law!

In case you want to read about my adventures in Mexico, check out these posts!

Tomorrow I’ll be sharing a cute little video of my trip!

18th Jul2014

Circus Carnival Theme Party Favors

by Dinah Wulf

Circus Carnival Theme Party Favors

My daughter is turning four next week and instead of having an elaborate birthday party we are taking her and her two best friends to the circus. Since we are saving money on food, decorations, a bounce house, shaved ice booth (we have this every year), and everything else that goes along with a party, I thought I’d spend a few extra dollars to make three special Circus Carnival Theme Party Favors for my three favorite little ladies.

I found these adorable plastic bottles at a craft supply store. I wrapped some red and white paper around it and filled them with blue candies.

Circus Themed Party Favors

I also found these candy shaped plastic containers and filled them with red and gold candies.

Circus Themed Party Favors (1)

Cute, right?

Circus or CircusThemed Party Favors

I filled some candy pretzel bags with animal crackers and iced animal crackers and tied them with red and blue ribbon.

Circus Themed Party Favors DIY

I also bought a bag of candy peanuts and divided into three. I put them in small plastic sandwich bags, stuffed the bottom of these cute popcorn treat boxes, and placed the peanuts on top.

Circus or Carnival Themed Party Favors

I designed a little Happy Birthday sign on my computer for the front of the treat box.

Circus Themed Party Favors (2)

Carnival Themed Party Favors (1)

I stuffed the box with all the goodies I made including a blue felt flower hair clip and a little stuffed elephant. I also decorated it with some carnival tickets I bought at the craft store.

Carnival Themed Party Favors (2)

Carnival Themed Party Favors DIY

They turned out so cute and I only spent about $15 per girl. I thought it was well worth it for my daughter and her best friends.  I can’t wait to see the looks on their faces when we take them to the actual circus!

Carnival Themed Party Favors

If you need more carnival or circus inspiration, check out these posts!

14th Jul2014

Party Top Hat Headband DIY

by Dinah Wulf

Party Top Hat Headband DIY (9)

My daughter turns four at the end of this month and my husband and I are taking her two best friends and her to the circus for the first time. I thought it’d be fun to dress her up a little for her special day so I wanted to share and easy repurposed Party Top Hat Headband DIY that I made out of a party cup and that you can make for a costume, party hat, or just for fun!

Materials:

  • Small Party Cup
  • Scissors
  • Circle Craft Punches
  • Cardstock
  • Ribbon
  • Craft Flowers or Felt
  • Hot Glue and Glue Gun
  • Headband

I purchased these cups for .50 for the whole pack at an after Easter sale.  They were just too cute to pass up and I knew I would eventually use them for something.

Party Top Hat Headband DIY (2)

I used scissors to cut it down to the size hat I wanted.

Party Top Hat Headband DIY (3)

Next I cut out two circles with two craft punches. The sizes I used are 2” and 3.5”. The 2” just happen to fit the bottom of the cup perfectly.

Party Top Hat Headband DIY (4)

I glued the top, rim, and ribbon band onto the cup.

Party Top Hat Headband DIY (5)

Then, I had some extra felt craft flowers from my Dollar Bin Headband project I did not long ago and glued that to the hat.

Party Top Hat Headband DIY (6)

Lastly, I hot glued the mini hat onto a sparkly gold dollar bin headband. Isn’t it adorable??? I can’t stand it! I may even wear this myself to the circus or even make three of them for party favors for her two best friends!

Party Top Hat Headband DIY (7)

Party Top Hat Headband DIY (8)

Party Top Hat Headband DIY (1)

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09th Jul2014

DIY Chalkboard Clothespin Tags

by Dinah Wulf

DIY Chalkboard Clothespin Tags How To

These cute little versatile DIY chalkboard clothespin tags are perfect for creative gift wrapping, party favors, name place cards, or even gardening or home organization labels.  They are inexpensive to make and you only need a few materials.

Materials:

  • Wooden Shape Cut-Outs
  • Chalkboard Paint
  • Foam Paint Brush
  • Scrap Paper
  • Clothespins
  • Glue
  • Chalk

I found these cute little wood cut-outs at Michael’s for .29 each but then I got 15% off of that, so they were roughly four for a dollar.

DIY Chalkboard Clothespin Tags

I painted one side using a foam brush.  I like using this type of brush because the edges stay nice and neat so that only the front of the wooden cut-out is painted.

DIY Chalkboard Clothespin Tags Easy

Tip: You may have noticed on previous posts, I like to save packing paper and reuse it.  It’s easy to store and doesn’t take up much space and it’s perfect for protecting any craft workspace.  I use it especially when I do kids crafts that involve paint with my daughter.

Two coats will suffice, but I did three, allowing one hour in between each coat.  I find that waiting works best when working with chalkboard paint.

Lastly, I glued each painted chalkboard tag to a clothespin.  You can use any type of glue. I personally prefer hot glue in this craft.

DIY Chalkboard Clothespin Tags Craft Idea

Tip: I noticed after the fact that it was easier to glue on the wood cut-out BEFORE painting it so that it is easier to hold while painting and less messy on your fingers!

DIY Chalkboard Clothespin Tags Craft

I used these for little party favors but you can use them for several purposes. They would be adorable as place cards settings for a dinner party or even a wedding or shower.  You can also use them to label and organize craft supplies as well.

DIY Chalkboard Clothespin Tags Tutorial

Here are a few more after photos.

DIY Chalkboard Clothespin Tags Party Favor

DIY Chalkboard Clothespin GiftTags

23rd Jun2014

DIY Mod Podge Tea Lights

by Dinah Wulf

DIY Mod Podge Tea Lights (5)

I came across these adorable red and blue metal buckets in the dollar bins at a Joann Fabric and Craft Store.  They have a little star cut out, perfectly patriotic for the Fourth of July or Memorial Day. I wanted to add a little oomph so I ended up turning them into DIY Mod Podge Tea Lights. You only need a few materials.

Materials:

  • Metal or glass candle holders
  • Outdoor Mod Podge
  • Foam Brush
  • Paper Cutter
  • Scissors
  • Patterned Scrapbook Paper
  • Wet Paper Towel
  • Small Paper Plate
  • Tea Lights

Here are the dollar bin metal buckets I found. Cute, right?

DIY Mod Podge Tea Lights

I measured and cut little strips of patterned scrapbook paper that I had left over from these Glow Stick Party Favors (and free printable) that I made.

DIY Mod Podge Tea Lights (2)

I poured a little outdoor Mod Podge onto my paper plate and used the foam brush to apply the Mod Podge both to the back of the strip and then on top of it. I added four strips to each little bucket.

DIY Mod Podge Tea Lights (1)

Allow the Mod Podge to dry completely.

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I added tea lights and voila! Instant festive DIY Mod Podge Tea Lights.

DIY Mod Podge Patriotic Tea Lights

I thought about giving them as a hostess gift to the annual Fourth of July party that my family and I attend.

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In case you missed it, here are a few more patriotic posts I did recently:

 

17th Jun2014

Summertime or Anytime DIY Party Favors for Kids

by Dinah Wulf

Summertime DIY Party Favors for Kids (2)

As I mentioned earlier last week, my best friend and I decided to throw a little beginning of summertime party for the kids at our daughter’s preschool.  I made these cute little ice cream themed invitations, and I also made an ice cream cone banner. This weekend, I made these Summertime DIY Party Favors for Kids to pass out as well. I whipped them up pretty quickly with a few things.

Materials:

  • Plastic ramekins with lids
  • Colorful candy
  • Ribbon
  • Scissors
  • Tag or craft punch
  • Hole punch

I filled each ramekin with colorful Sixlets candies. I made extra for all the siblings too. The candies are great because you can buy practically any color to fit any theme or color scheme.

DIY Party Favors for Kids

I stacked three different colors for each child.

Summertime DIY Party Favors

Then, I designed and printed these tags that say “Happy Summer” and punched them out with a tag craft punch as well as punched a small hole for the ribbon.

Summertime DIY Party Favor Tags

I tied each stack with curling ribbon and the tag. That’s it! Super easy!  Just change up the colors and tag to fit any party theme or color scheme.

Summertime DIY Party Favors for Kids (1)

In case you need some more ideas for party favors, here are a few of my most recent favorites!

 

09th Jun2014

Repurposed Dynamite Stick Patriotic Party Favors

by Dinah Wulf

Repurposed Dynamite Stick Patriotic Party Favors (5)

Thank you to SweetWorks, Inc., for sponsoring the candy for this post, Repurposed Dynamite Stick Patriotic Party Favors.

If you know me, you know that I work out often. When I do, I bring bottled water with a vitamin B12 energy powder mixed in. The powder comes in these cute little cases that I have been saving because I’m a Craft Hoarder (that’s right…I admit it!). They come in several colors and I have a ton of them because I buy them at Costco! Aren’t they cool?

Repurposed Dynamite Stick Patriotic Party Favors (2)

When I got these cute little red, white, and blue Sweet Shapes stars from SweetWorks, Inc., I thought I’d make some candy filled patriotic party favors that look like little dynamite sticks with my containers. If you don’t have these containers, you can make larger favors with toilet paper rolls.

Repurposed Dynamite Stick Patriotic Party Favors (1)

Materials:

  • Plastic Energy Powder Containers (or something similar)
  • SweetWorks Sweet Shapes Candies
  • FREE “Have a Blast” Printable
  • Decorative Paper
  • Black Cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Double-Sided Tape
  • Tape

I made sure each container was clean and dry and filled them with the red, white, and blue, star pressed candies.

Repurposed Dynamite Stick Patriotic Party Favors (3)

Next, I wrapped each container in patterned decorative paper and secured it with double-sided tape.

Repurposed Dynamite Stick Patriotic Party Favors (4)

I taped a piece of twine to one of the containers, and then bound three containers together with a black piece of cardstock. I also printed and added a little tag that says “Have a Blast!”

Repurposed Dynamite Stick Patriotic Party Favors

These little favors are great for the Fourth, Memorial Day, end of the school year, or any birthday party. In case you missed them, check out some of my other patriotic craft and party ideas!

04th Jun2014

Summertime Party Favor Gift Idea and Printable

by Dinah Wulf

Summertime Party Favors Printable (1)

Thank you to SweetWorks, Inc., for sponsoring the candy for this post, Summertime Party Favor Gift Idea and Printable.

School is almost over and I wanted to share a fun little gift idea for your kids to take to their friends at school, or for anytime fun. I can’t believe that summer is just around the corner. This year has gone by so fast! Having a little one makes the days go by way too fast.

When I saw these Aquarium Candy Fish from SweetWorks, Inc., I fell in love and knew immediately what I wanted to do. They are just adorable…and taste good too!

Summertime Aquarium Fish Candies

I was at Michael’s a few days ago and saw these adorable little shovels for the beach and they were on sale. I think I got them for about .50 a piece.

Summertime Shovel Party Favors  (2)

Here is how to make them. You only need a few things.

Materials:

I filled each shovel with the Aquarium Candy Fish from SweetWorks, Inc.

Summertime Shovel Party Favors  (1)

I made little tags that say “Have a Great Summer”, and since I already made them I thought I might as well share them! You can download the free printable here.

Summertime Party Favors Gift Idea (4)

I put them in clear party favor bags and tied them up with blue Baker’s twine with a little tag.

Summertime Party Favors Gift Idea (5)

Here are a few more pictures.

Summertime Party Free Printable (2)

Summertime Party Free Printable (1)

Summertime Party Favors Printable (2)

I hope you enjoyed them and use the printable. In case you missed it, here are some more party favor ideas to help inspire you!

Here are a few of my favorite SweetWorks candy posts I have done in the past on Inheriting Our Planet:

29th May2014

Glow Stick Fourth of July Party Favor Printable

by Dinah Wulf

Glow Stick 4th of July Party Favor Printable

My family and I celebrate the Fourth of July at the same place every year. There is an annual party with family and friends at my best friend’s in laws. Every year after the sun sets and we wait for the fireworks, all the parents pass out glow sticks and sparklers to all the kids.  This year, I thought I’d make a glow stick Fourth of July Party Favor and free printable to make and bring to the party.

Materials:

You can find glow sticks and sparklers everywhere at this time of year.  I found some fun multi-colored bracelets.

Glow Stick Fourth of July Party Favor Printable

They have a little more flare than the traditional glow stick bracelets. I removed them from the packages and placed the plastic clasp on one end of each.

Glow Stick Fourth of July Free Printable

I printed out the printables that you can download here and cut them out with a paper cutter:

Glow Stick Fourth of July Party Favor Printable

I cute out 10”X3” strips of patterned scrapbook paper. I taped three glow sticks onto each strip and then used double sided tape to tape a corresponding piece on top, with the printable on top of that. Again, sparklers work great for this too. You can even do a combo of both along with a little pack of matches!

Glow Stick 4th of July Party Favor Printable

The printables say “Light Up Your 4th” and “Have a Bright 4th”.

Glow Stick Fourth of July Party Favor

I hope you enjoy them! In case you missed them, here are a few more fun Fourth of July posts:

28th Apr2014

Repurposed Tic Tac Packs Craft Kits

by Dinah Wulf

Repurposed Tic Tac Pack Craft Kits

This post, Repurposed Tic Tac Packs Craft Kits, was brought to you by the makers of Tic Tac® mints. I received compensation to write this post through the Tic Tac® Pack program… all opinions expressed are my own.

I have bought Tic Tacs ever since I can remember. I recall being so excited to try them when they came out with the orange flavor years ago.  Today, there are a variety of flavors and colors like dark strawberry and green apple available. I went onto The Tic Tac My Pack site and made my own DIY Inspired Pack! I filled it with berry, passion fruit, grape, dark strawberry, and green apple. Check them out!

Tic Tac Packs

You can create your own one-of-a-kind pack with your ideal flavors as well!

Being the Crafter that I am, once I finished my Tic Tacs I just had to reuse them and repurpose them into something new and different.

Repurposed Tic Tac Packs

I realized that the container and the opening are the perfect size to hold and pour glitter.  Using a scrap piece of paper, I rolled it up to make a funnel and filled each Tic Tac Pack. This is a quick and easy method that works beautifully.

Repurposed Tic Tac Packs Craft Storage (1)

Aren’t they perfect? I thought it’d be fun to wrap them up and make repurposed Tic Tac Pack craft kits to give away.

Repurposed Tic Tac Packs Craft Storage

I put together some supplies for a fellow Crafter and Scrapbooker I had in mind. I included some scrapbook paper, glue, markers, a foam paint brush, and of course the glitter. The contents are up to you and the recipient!

Repurposed Tic Tac Pack Craft Kits (1)

I put it in a little bag and made a gift tag. These would make fun party favors too.

Repurposed Tic Tac Pack Craft Kits

Oh! I also made some customized swag bags to give away as well! They have a keychain I made with DIY Inspired and Inheriting Our Planet key chains in them, a business card, and a pack of Tic Tacs in it!

DIY Customized Swag Bags

Be sure to make your own Tic Tac Pack! Thank you to Tic Tacs for sponsoring this post!

 

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