Here is one idea I found that fit the bill. . .
I was able to make twenty of these for about $12 in supplies!
(Plus I still have supplies left over to make more!)
I got the idea from this bracelet tutorial and modified it to make necklaces.
I made some with a French map, some with sheet music, and some with old dictionary pages. Each necklace was different.
To wrap them, I used tiny 2" x 3" plastic bags, trimmed tissue paper to fit inside the bag, then folded and stapled a piece of pattern paper over the opening of the bag. Then I printed little labels that said, "Merry Christmas! From, Laura."
These were for the ladies at work. I never know if people are going to like a handmade gift, but personally, I would. They all did seem to like them.
Any of you have a good idea for gifts to make in bulk?
Thanks for stopping by and God bless.
Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love another.
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