So I think this takes care of most of the major Holidays. Who would’ve guessed that simple Halloween label for Tic Tacs would go this far. I feel like I need to prepare an acceptance speech or something, thanking all y’all!
scissors // glue or tape (unless you print these off on sticker paper) // Tic Tacs
If you want to make the Easter Garden Starter Kit, you’ll want to download all of the labels. If not, pick the ones you’d like:
Now I know what you’re thinking: But Sarah! Where on earth did you find BLUE Tic Tacs??? Oh, my dear friends. I wish I had known about this awesome tool earlier. The Tic Tac website has a STORE LOCATOR!! Select the flavor of Tic Tacs you need, then enter your zip code. In a few seconds you will see which stores near you carry any Tic Tac your heart may desire! Including BLUE ones! I found ALL of mine at CVS, in case anyone was curious. #BlessYouOneStopShopping
And now for the intense instructions:
BAM. You’re done. (Feel free to wipe the sweat off your brow.)
Sit back and admire all of your hard work:
But you don’t have to stop there.
To shake the Tic Tac Series up a bit, I thought it would be fun to create a seed and fertilizer kit with these.
(Yes, I realize I placed the Tic Tacs in the bag backwards. Unfortunately I noticed it too late *facepalm* Let this serve as a friendly reminder to pay close attention) I shredded some newspaper and stuffed a cellophane bag (can’t remember where I got it though) then added the finished Tic Tacs with the label! You could use a paper bag, place them in a cute plant pot or even a large soup can, or find a cute cardboard box. The possibilities are endless! When you’re done, just glue the tag on, or punch a hole and hang it on. It’s something fun and different! I’d love to see what you come up with- leave a link in the comments! Hope you all have a fantastic week! -xoxo
*Please note: These downloads are for personal use only and are not to be sold in any way/form digitally or physically. But please feel free to spread the word + love! Thank you!