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Five-Minute Thrifty Goodie Containers

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Adding ribbon to the container.Made from berry containers from the produce department, I used Christmas fabric and plan to use to gift homemade fudge in them.

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Total Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 1

Supplies:

Supplies for Five-Minute Thrifty Goodie Containers
 

Steps:

  1. Cut two squares to fit the size of the bottom of the berry container and the top of the lid. Mine were about 3 1/2 by 3 1/2 inch squares. Pink around the edges. Glue one to the top and one to the bottom.
  2. Two pieces of Christmas fabric.
     
    Attaching the fabric to the top of the recycled plastic container.
     
    Attaching the fabric to the top of the recycled plastic container.
     
  3. Using narrow ribbon (1/2 to 1/4 inch width), weave in and out of the slots of the berry container, starting at the middle of the front and working your way around, ending at the middle of the front. Tie into a knot or bow.

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