What should be in a box of sunshine?

Recycle a kitchen field (oatmeal canisters, cookie tins, unique taste Pringles cans, and so forth.) by washing and drying it, and Mod Podging yellow paper or material to the outside. Then, tie a yellow ribbon around it or positioned a yellow present bow at the lid. Or Mod Podge some other container, like the obvious ones from Dollar Tree I referred to above. (Now that I consider it, a yellow Nesquik container could be ideal for a sunshine present! My DIY gratitude jar became made from an antique Nesquik container!)



Spray paint a wicker basket yellow, or even preserve it the unique shade and weave a yellow ribbon thru it and tie a bow (take a look at out how I quick dressed up my get-nicely gift basket with ribbon).


Decorate a easy cardboard container with scrapbook paper and elaborations, then line it with yellow tissue paper.


Add greater pops of yellow to any box through adding stickers or vinyl, vegetation, tissue paper, or ribbon.


Think outside the box for your present field (no pun meant). You can also find that a handbag, seaside bag, garage cube, or maybe tumbler is an appropriate way to gift all of the yellow chocolates in your recipient.


This “sending you sunshine” greeting card measures 8.Five″ x 5.5″ opened up (half of of a regular sheet of paper) so as soon as it’s printed, you’ll want to crop it all the way down to those dimensions with a paper trimmer. This card suits in an A2 size envelope.


Tips for printing: make sure your printer is ready to without boundary lines printing and scale one hundred%. Feel loose to touch me or leave a comment under if you have any troubles!



This curated gift box is remarkable for pretty much any recipient, however I’ve indexed some thoughts under to personalize this even similarly. You can encompass any items you want (I would really simply go to that department in Walmart and look for whatever yellow I would possibly need to consist of), however those are a few ideas to get you started.


If I don’t specify that the object is yellow, just anticipate that it’s miles!