|I have a lot of heart shaped card boxes (2.5" x 2.5") that are empty. I want to include a little scroll or poem or something etc to sell them for my local Hospice. They will only sell for the equivalent of $2 so I need a cheap idea. Thanks to all who reply.|
|Here's one that has been around a while. It is actually for a box that does NOT open - glue the top to bottom, decoratively paint and seal with acrylic, then wrap with a ribbon; or wrap with paper, then a ribbon. You could print the poem in a fairly small font and attach it to the top or bottom of box, or just link it in some other way. |
A Gift of Love (A small empty package)
This is a very special gift
It would be nice if you could include a To: / From: tag made of decorated-to-match cardstock to make the gift-giving easier, and as a remembrance for the recipient.
|Thank you for that. I have been making these little boxes for the Hospice for about 12 years!!!! I used to make them with little cubes of wood but I don't have a source for them now. I used the same poem and attached it to the box with ribbon on the outside. They sold really well. Maybe I will go with the same idea using the boxes. I appreciate your response, many thanks.|
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