Sunday, December 6, 2009

Help for your Family and Friends

I cracked up the first time I saw one of these First Aid Kits and knew that someday I would have to make one!! Can you think of any better way to put fun in the Holiday?? What an elfish way to remind your friends of the joy of the Holiday Season. A season that is always chucked full surprises, smiles and laughter.. Do your friends need inspiration???? Well then.... give one of these little First aid kits as a gift. I know that my friends would laugh and chuckle so hard they would fall on the floor laughing hysterically. Isn't that what we are suppose to do.. make the Season fun and memorable for all? I think the list of items would look awesome in a handcrafted pouch with a zipper. Then you could use the pouch over and over again once the contents has been used up :) To remind them of the fun gift that they received by you :)


Survival Kit for a Friend...
Easy to make just add these items to a box tin or bag and print out your own label :)


Kisses: A reminder that we all need hugs & kisses.
Golden Thread: To tie hearts together in friendship.
Cotton Ball: To cushion the rough times, a symbol of support.
Life Saver: A reminder of the times we need each other's help.
Toothpick: To pick out the good in everyone...including yourself!
Gum: A reminder that friends stick together through good and bad.
Button: Because sometimes you have to "button your lip".
Candle: A reminder to share your light with others.
Eraser: To start over with a clean slate.

"Hectic Holidays" Christmas Survival Kit

Here's a gift that's easy to put together and is bound to be appreciated. I know I'd love to receive it! (Except maybe the slimfast.)

  • Pocket date book - to track all of your "must do's".
  • Bath Salts - to soothe your weary body once you've done all your "must-do's".
  • Chamomile Tea - to calm, relax, and soothe away the tension.
  • Peppermints - to settle your tummy from overindulging.
  • Panadol - to take away the headache of overindulging in festive beverages.
  • Cookie mix in a jar - to spoil yourself and your family!
  • Slimfast - to kick-start the diet that you're going to need.
  • Relaxing CD - soothing quiet music to listen to while wrapping gifts.
  • Sticky Tape - because it always seems to run out in the middle of wrapping.
  • Homemade Gift Tags - to make your wrapping even prettier.
  • Penny - so that Christmas doesn't leave you penniless.
  • Marble - in case you lose all of yours!


"Happy Holidays" Christmas Survival Kit

  • Bauble - to make your Christmas sparkle!
  • Party Popper - to start the season with a BANG!
  • Starburst Candy - for a burst of energy during the Christmas season.
  • Funny Christmas Poems printed out - to make you laugh, for 'tis the season to be jolly!
  • Christmas Cracker - hope you have a cracking Christmas!
  • Cookie Dough - because everyone's short on dough this time of year!


Christmas Survival Kit for Teenagers

  • Mint Gum & Chapstick - for the mistletoe action you will hopefully be getting ;-)
  • Trashy Gossip Magazine - when all the family is together and they seem completely crazy, reading about other people's disfunctional personal lives may make you feel better.
  • Fizzy Bath Bombs - to relaaax at the end of the day.
  • Chamomile Tea - to help calm your nerves.
  • Personalised Music CD - put your headphones on and tune out the screams of your family.
  • Paperback novel - to entertain yourself when your family and friends have gone off the deep end.
  • Ibuprofen - to recover from the drama that friends and family create during the holidays.

3 comments:

Sherry said...

Great idea! Very cute!!

P.S. I'm going to be in Wichita for a couple of weeks at the beginning of the year. Yay!!!

Sherry

Aunt Pitty Pat's Fun said...

Oh wow.. we will have to try and meet. That would be awesome to have lunch ;)
M

Doris Sturm said...

Actually, that first Aid Kit is more practical than funny to me. I keep one in the glove compartment in my car and I think that it would convey your caring for people more than anything else. After all, Christmas is the season of Love, so what's more loving than showing someone you care by giving them a first aid kit and heal their boo-boos? What a sweet gift!