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~* Gift In A Bottle *~

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* 1 Litre Plastic Bottle.
* Sharpie or Marker.
* Scissors or Exact-o Knife.
* Card stock.
* Transparent tape.
* Curling Ribbon.
* Optional: Laminator and Laminating sheets.
* Templates:
Gift In A Bottle Click-n-Fill
Gift In A Bottle

Graphics are from the CC69: Bees clipart set.


Remove the plastic label from the plastic bottle. Wash and dry the plastic bottle.

Using the Sharpie, about a third of the way down from the top, make a mark on the side of the bottle. This will help you realign the two pieces when taping them back together.

Cut the top third of the bottle off using scissors or the Exact-o knife.

Fill the bottle with whatever gifts you wish. I stuffed mine with candy and a stuffed animal for my Pre-K Open House.

Tape the top and bottom together using the clear tape.

Set aside and make the Gift In A Bottle label.

Open a landscape sheet in your print program and import the Gift In A Bottle Template onto your sheet.

Import your chosen graphics. Print on cardstock on your printers highest setting.

Cut out and wrap the label around the bottle. Tape the back seam together.

Decorate with ribbon and you’re ready for a party!

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