By Ester Shaffer. Graduation Gift. Published at Friday, April 27th, 2018 - 23:07:41 PM.
How You Can Make Your Own Lei: First, you need to buy 40-50 flowers which you like most. The petals are very important when making your own lei, so you just need to separate them in a cooler place on the top of the plastic bag. After that, you should cut off your thin string around 30-40 inches depending on what is your grad length. Once you cut your string the next thing you have to do is knot one end a few times so its working like a stopper when you thread your flowers. Also, you need to leave some knot to connect both ends of your lei. Then tie the other end of your string with the needle.
Candy - If the person on your list loves sweets, then consider taking a lovely coffee mug and filling it with his or her favorites. You can fill the large coffee mug with candy, wrap tissue paper or cellophane wrap around it, secure it with a bow, and be finished. This is an adorable idea for teachers or church members. It is inexpensive and you can even choose mugs that depict the recipients favorite hobby or color. Besides, everyone loves a little candy during the holidays. For an extra special treat, consider making your own homemade candy for the gift.
Gift Cards - If you are giving a gift card this season and want to find a way to make it a little more interesting, consider putting it inside a coffee mug. You can fill the mug with a little tissue at the bottom and then place the gift card inside. You can also use shredded confetti tissue for filler. This is a great way to give your gift card as well as a cool coffee mug to the recipient. This is perfect for the coffee or tea drinker as well. You can fill coffee mugs with a gift card for a local coffee shop, a restaurant, or anything else. It is also a good way to avoid losing the gift card under the tree. When it is wrapped into a coffee mug, there is less of a chance it will be accidentally tossed.
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