Who wouldn’t love to have a night off of doing the dishes? Print my Merry Wishes printable and create a Christmas dishes gift for friends, teachers & neighbors in just minutes.
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Christmas Dishes Gift Merry Wishes Printable
Create a disposable dish kit with items such as paper plates, napkins, plastic forks, cups and straws.
My Supplies List:
- 2 Sizes of Festive Paper Plates
- 1 Package of Holiday Napkins
- 24 Piece set of Plastic Cutlery
- Clear Tape
- My Merry Wishes free printable
- Scrap of Wrapping Paper
- Glue Stick
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The steps I followed:
1. I absolutely love this little gift idea which is why I just had to create a printable with my own phrase! After creating my Merry Wishes printable I cut it out and used a glue stick to attach it to a piece of wrapping paper. (The wrapping paper backing wasn’t necessary I just thought it would be fun!)
2. Then I quickly assembled my Christmas Dishes Gift by stacking the items on top of each other. Box of cutlery, topped with the large paper plates then the small paper plates and finally the napkins. I then slipped a piece of double sided tape between each item to hold the gift o’ disposable dishes in place.
3. Finally I wrapped a thick ribbon around the Christmas dishes gift, tied a bow, added my name to the printable tag and attached it to the gift that I, myself, would absolutely love to receive. Ta-da!!
A few more simple gift ideas from Trish…
Printable Candy Bar Wrappers
(You can’t go wrong with a gift of chocolate!!)
Love You to Pieces Candy Gift Printable
(Includes five different printable phrases.)
Helping Hand Oven Mitts
(Made with Dollar Store items.)
DIY Wood Block Photo Cube
(This gift of cherished memories is one of my very favorites!)