Tuesday, June 2, 2015

DIY Plastic Pail COLLEGE SURVIVAL KIT

If you don't know what to give to someone that's going off to college, this COLLEGE ESSENTIAL KIT is a brilliant idea! They will thank you later!


Here are a few items you could add to the kit:
Book Light
Earplugs
Nail Clippers
Can Opener
Cough Drops
Hot/Cold Compress
Wet Wipes
Hand Sanitizer
First-Aid Supplies
Mending Kit
Poster Adhesive
Tissues
Gift Cards
Q Tips
Tylenol
Chapstick
Mini Lint Roller
Their favorite candy!

Here's what you'll need to make this Plastic Pail College Survival Kit.
Supplies available at our Ben Franklin Crafts store in Monroe, WA.
• Scrapbook Paper
• 12" x 12" Sheet of Chalkboard Self-Adhesive Paper
• Chalk Markers
• Clear Plastic Pail
• Clear Tape


Let's get started...
1. Cut your paper to fit the inside edge of the pail. Slide it inside and tape it in place.

2. Cut a circle out of the chalkboard self-adhesive paper. Peel and stick to the outside of the clear pail. Write a message with the chalk marker. There you go, wasn't that easy!


Here's another fun DIY College Survival Kit created with a Mason Jar. Head over to postcardsfromtheridge.com for the tutorial.

Mason Jar College Survival Kit ~ Postcards from the Ridge #masonjar #balljar #canitforward @ballcanning

If you have any questions while you're making this project, don't hesitate to come see us at the store. We'll be happy to help you get this done in no time! Or you can always call us at 360-794-6745 ext. 100.

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