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My DIY Hangover/Wedding-Survival Kits *Pics & Templetes*

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Here’s what I did on a Friday night instead of going out. (Fiance thinks I may have gone over into the DIY deep end. LOL)

 

I had purchased cardstock which ended up being the wrong color. I couldn’t return it so I decided to “step up” my Hangover/Weekend Survival kit (I was originally using ziplock bags). I stole the idea of the cute stick people that BDW bride Ayita stole from another BDW bride. wink.gif

 

Here’s a couple of pics:

 

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In the kits, I have:

First Aid kits

2 oz. Aloe Vera Gel ($.99 ea. at facevaluesonline.com)

Pepto Bismo ($4.99 for 48 tablets also at facevalues)

Advil

Waterproof band-aids ($2.75 for 20 also at facevalues)

Sunblock and Anti-bacterial wipes from La Fresh.

 

For the bags with a bag topper:

Use plastic Treat Bags from Michaels (5 inches x 11.25 inches).

Standard sheet of cardstock cut into quarters (fits the top of the bag perfect).

Each topper is then scored length-wise (long-wise) in order for it to fold easily.

Put your goodies in the bag.

Fold over the bag

Place a folded note card over the folded bag

Staple the card shut and then put on your labels!

 

I have attached the labels for the bag toppers and for the first-aid kits. I printed them out on Staples Sticker sheets. I used Microsoft Publisher to create them but I attached them in formats that most people use.

 

These were fun to make!

 

 

 

 

hang over kits labels.ppt

Survival Kit Labels.doc

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They look great - where did you find the first aid kits?
I got the first aid kits from Office Max for $1.34. They are the Johnson&Johnson first aid kits. Sign up for an Office Max account and you'll get discounts and free shipping offers.

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Those look cool. I'm sure your guests will get a lot of use out of them too!

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