Personalized Hand Sanitizer Gift

Most of your kids are probably starting their winter break, but if you need a quick, easy teacher gift – this one is for you! This really would be a great gift for your neighbor, mail carrier, or newspaper delivery person, also. And you can whip these up in no time. This is so easy you probably don’t even need a tutorial!

Supplies needed:

  • Hand sanitizer
  • Stickers or vinyl cut outs
  • Ribbon (optional)
Step One:
Remove the label from your hand sanitizer bottle. Use some goo gone or some other adhesive remover to remove any left over adhesive. Wash the bottle off after you use the adhesive remover as these can leave an oily residue!
Step Two:
Apply your monogram letter and any other decorative elements to the bottle. You can have your child help you with this part.
Step Three (Optional):
Attach ribbon in a bow or tie around the top of the bottle.

What other quick, easy gifts have you done? I would love to see them!

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4 Responses to Personalized Hand Sanitizer Gift

  1. Anonymous says:

    Yeah something a noncrafter like me can make.

  2. milliemorganmedia says:

    Too cute! Great teacher gift. Thank you for sharing. I am your newest follower and I look forward to reading more of your posts! I would appreciate it if you took a moment to stop over at my blog and followed me back. Thank you! http://milliemorganmedia.blogspot.com

  3. Kim says:

    So cute! I’ve seen some plainer monogrammed ones, but these take the cake, love all the bling and pop of color. :-)

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