Use Gift Boxes

Gift packing is equally special as the gift item itself. But when it comes down to gift wrapping, you want it to be unique and at the same time useful. But how can a gift packing be useful for the recipient? The answer is, “yes”, it can be. When you slip in your gift in a luxury gift bag or pack it in the lovely gift boxes, these covers are going to be handy for the receiver.

So, this time, don’t just gift the present; in fact, give the gifts in something that would come handy even after unwrapping. Without much ado, let’s explore the interesting ways you can use a gift box after unwrapping the gift:

- Make It Your Jewellery Box

Small jewellery like earrings, nose pins, rings and hairpins can be lost easily. Small gift boxes make a great choice for a jewel box where you can keep all small jewels, rings and pins safe.

- Your Quick Makeup Kit

This is a tip for every beauty conscious girl out there to ease up their mornings. Every morning you get pestered with a messed up dressing table, or a huge makeup box with hundreds of products inside. End up the battle by putting all your daily beauty essentials such as a sunscreen, mascara, eyeliner, lipstick and compact in the sturdy gift box you got this birthday!  

- The First Aid Box

Avoid plastic boxes and keep your first aid articles and a few essential medicines in a plain white gift box. Put a “plus” mark on it with red marker or write “first aid box” on it. Use the box that has lids to keep the stuff safe and covered. It is handy and provides you with an instant heal from an injury.

- Clever Craft Kit

This is the life saver for the creative souls. All your ribbons, bows, cuttings and beads stored in one sturdy box! Isn’t it great? You can purchase some kraft gift boxes and decorate the lid surface with colours and ribbon to indicate its purpose.

Apart from all, you can also use a gift box to store spices and sachets in your kitchen. This is a great hack for mums to store all spice sachets at one single place that is in an old open gift box!

 Use Gift Boxes

Gift packing is equally special as the gift item itself. But when it comes down to gift wrapping, you want it to be unique and at the same time useful. But how can a gift packing be useful for the recipient? The answer is, “yes”, it can be. When you slip in your gift in a luxury gift bag or pack it in the lovely gift boxes, these covers are going to be handy for the receiver.

So, this time, don’t just gift the present; in fact, give the gifts in something that would come handy even after unwrapping. Without much ado, let’s explore the interesting ways you can use a gift box after unwrapping the gift:

- Make It Your Jewellery Box

Small jewellery like earrings, nose pins, rings and hairpins can be lost easily. Small gift boxes make a great choice for a jewel box where you can keep all small jewels, rings and pins safe.

- Your Quick Makeup Kit

This is a tip for every beauty conscious girl out there to ease up their mornings. Every morning you get pestered with a messed up dressing table, or a huge makeup box with hundreds of products inside. End up the battle by putting all your daily beauty essentials such as a sunscreen, mascara, eyeliner, lipstick and compact in the sturdy gift box you got this birthday!  

- The First Aid Box

Avoid plastic boxes and keep your first aid articles and a few essential medicines in a plain white gift box. Put a “plus” mark on it with red marker or write “first aid box” on it. Use the box that has lids to keep the stuff safe and covered. It is handy and provides you with an instant heal from an injury.

- Clever Craft Kit

This is the life saver for the creative souls. All your ribbons, bows, cuttings and beads stored in one sturdy box! Isn’t it great? You can purchase some kraft gift boxes and decorate the lid surface with colours and ribbon to indicate its purpose.

Apart from all, you can also use a gift box to store spices and sachets in your kitchen. This is a great hack for mums to store all spice sachets at one single place that is in an old open gift box!

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