These super-cute goody boxes were fun to make and so inexpensive! So simple, but just what is needed for a hostess or small thank-you gift. I made these for ladies in my church group, and I came out spending around $2.50 for each. Below is a list of ingredients in this delicious recipe!
Supplies Used (Be creative...use what you like!)
I am always on the hunt for cute containers for goody boxes. You never know when you might need to fill one in a hurry for a quick hostess gift, especially during the holidays. Great ideas are craft paper containers like the ones used in the above project, craft paper bags or plain white bags (which you can find for a song) tied with raffia or twine, Chinese takeout boxes (available at Michael's in all colors), tin buckets (either galvanized or painted). The choices are endless! Just keep your eyes peeled for deals on containers , cute ribbon and standard fillers like tissue paper and craft paper shreds, and you'll never be caught without the fixin's for an adorable goody box!