Summer gift-giving hack that is better for the environment
Summer has rolled around quickly. Schools will soon be breaking up for the summer holidays and saying goodbye to teachers and friends.
If you’ve got your end-of-term presents ready but want to gift something personal and get the kids involved – look no further! These gift boxes are easy to make with little ones and will stand out from the crowd as they’re zero waste and are made with a toilet roll core (what else!)
Read on for how we made these:
What you will need:
- Feel Good toilet paper core
- Scrap paper (if you have any wrapping paper lying around, that would be perfect)
- PVA glue
- Ribbon or string
What to do:
Step 1: Cut the scrap paper long enough to go round the toilet roll three times. Apply a strip of glue on the inside end of the paper. Wrap the paper around the toilet paper core and press the glue strip down so it sticks.
Step 2: Gently press the extra scrap paper inside each end of the loo roll until the paper is nicely tucked in and glued to the cardboard.
Step 3: Gently press the middle of each end of the roll so they fold in towards the centre. They will slightly overlap in the middle. Make the crease nice and sharp so it’s secure.
Step 4: Pop you gift inside and secure the other end. Cut some ribbon/string to go around the tube, wraparound and tie with a bow.
Step 5: ADMIRE!
Check out more craft ideas on our website too, like this pencil pot.