Have you ever wanted to come up with a cute, inexpensive, crafty gift for a co-worker or teacher? There are just some days in life, no matter who you are, that you could use an emergency chocolate fix. With that in mind, I put these cute little Emergency Chocolate kits to give away.
Consider making several and keeping them on hand when you find someone in your life that you know could use a little smile.
It’s super simple, and they only cost around $3 each to make. I’ve made some cute free printable labels you can cut out and attach. Hope you enjoy this project. Let’s get on with the instructions!
Instructions for DIY Emergency Chocolate Kit
Emergency Chocolate Kit Supplies:
- Small box canister – The one pictured can be purchased in a multi-pack on Amazon >https://amzn.to/3QBoZa1
- This box is a little bigger than 3 in X 2 in.
- You could also use an Altoids-size canister.
- Square-shaped candies that fit in your container nicely.
- Dove chocolates fit this box perfectly
- “Emergency Chocolate” label.
- Tape for sticking the label to the top of the box.
Emergency Chocolate Kit Step 1:
Prep inside of the canister by emptying the container. All I needed to do was remove the white pill insert from my pill box.
Emergency Chocolate Kit Step 2:
Add your candies to the box.
Emergency Chocolate Kit Step 3:
Print and cut out your Emergency Chocolate Label. Note that I updated the labels more recently to look like this:
Emergency Chocolate Kit Step 4:
Attach the label to the top of the box with rolled tape or sticky dots.
Emergency Chocolate Kit Step 5:
Present to the recipient.
I hope that you can use this DIY Emergency Chocolate Kit to improve someone’s day in your own life! Besides it being a sweet gift, did you know that chocolate can improve someone’s mood? Happy thrifty crafting!
Other people to consider gifting an emergency chocolate box to:
- Mail Person
- Grocery Clerk
- Group Members
- Club Members
- Book Group Members
- Leadership Teams
Kim Anderson is the organized chaos loving author behind the Thrifty Little Mom Blog. She helps other people who thrive in organized chaos to stress less, remember more and feel in control of their time, money, and home. Kim is the author of: Live, Save, Spend, Repeat: The Life You Want with the Money You Have. She’s been featured on Time.com, Money.com, Good Housekeeping, Women’s Day, and more!