Did you know that the dollar stores are a great option for finding budget-friendly packaging for Christmas treats? From reusable containers to plastic food wrap, there are lots of options that won’t cost a lot! To make them a bit more appealing, you can do as I did and add some vinyl cutouts and tags made by the Cricut!
I use Cricut Access and I found lots of options inside the image gallery for this project. To find your own images in Design Space, simply search for Christmas images (snowflakes, trees, presents or even sayings like “Merry Christmas).
These deli boxes were only 4 for $1 and were perfect for cookies and small treats.
Reusable plastic containers are great to reuse or use for regifting! There were 4 of these tubs for only $1 at my local 99 Cent Only store. I added a layered Christmas tree to the lid.
Plastic wrap is another great way to wrap holiday treats. I added a tag that was a print and cut option in Design Space.
These tubs were 12 for $3 so they were just a bit over $1 but still a great deal. I added the snowflakes to the sides and top.
I love keeping a tin of gifts near the tree so that I can grab them as friends and neighbors come by!
Need vinyl for your projects? Since Christmas time is so close, I would recommend checking out Amazon’s selection! You can often find budget-friendly, highly rated vinyl with a discount that can be delivered to you within 24 hours.
If you are new to using the Cricut, start here – http://cleverpinkpirate.com/cricut/
Looking for other Christmas gifts? Check out my DIY Gifts section here – http://cleverpinkpirate.com/tag/diy-gift/