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Oops, Ouch, Eina First Aid Kit – Easy Gift Idea

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If you’re looking for a last minute gift idea why not put together a oops, ouch, eina first aid kit? Quick, easy, and filled with loads of character it will definitely make someone’s day.

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What You Need to Make a First Aid Kit in a Bottle

All you need is a empty container, a beautiful old French Apothecary label from the graphics fairy, some empty containers or tubs, first aid stuffs, varnish and some glue.

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Measure the lids of your containers to find out how big your labels need to be. We choose to use two different sized containers.

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Re-size the Apothecary label using Photoshop or any other picture editing software. I used Paint.net – since it’s free and really easy to use. I also made two 10 cm diameter labels for the bottle, one for the front with “Oops, Ouch, Eina” on the label and another one for the back for emergency numbers.

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Print the labels and apply a few coats of mod podge to protect them before cutting them out. Stick the labels on the containers making sure that what’s on the label matches what’s in the container. You don’t want to give someone a diarrhea pill when they’ve got a headache 😉 Add the bigger labels to the outside of the bottle, one in front and another at the back using jewelry glue. Jewelry glue on glass works like a charm and it dries clear too.

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Filling Up the First Aid Kit

Fill your first aid kit with all the stuff you think you might need. We added the following to ours:

  • A suture kit
  • A syringe and tweezers
  • Plasters, swabs and gauze
  • Aspirin, Anti acid pills and Arinca
  • Rubber bands
  • Ear buds

That’s it – a super practical, easy to make gift idea. And you can customise it any way you want to. Ours says oops, ouch, eina. Eina means “it’s sore” in Afrikaans 😉

If you like the idea, don’t forget to pin it for later

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Until next time, hope you have a beautiful, creative week. Love as always

Made with love by a Crafty Mix

 

 

 

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Comments

  • Posted: November 30, 2016 09:39

    Amanda Nel

    Dis nou baie oulik - very nice to find you on The Graphics Fairy!
    • Posted: November 30, 2016 10:30

      acraftymix

      Baie dankie Amanda ;-) Dis 'n klien wereld, so bly jy't ons gekry
  • Posted: April 23, 2016 14:51

    Debi

    Great idea!
  • Posted: December 5, 2015 16:27

    Heather Kilpatrick

    this is a sweet craft!
    • Posted: December 7, 2015 12:33

      acraftymix

      Thank you <3
  • Posted: December 4, 2015 06:35

    acraftymix

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