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There has never been a better time to gift some hand sanitizer. We love gifting the mini hand sanitizers (and you can always tack a gift card onto the gift if you’d like to increase the value!). Use our Christmas holiday themed FREE printable gift holders for the perfect finishing touch!
I’m so excited to add this new printable to our Christmas content today! We have gifted hand sanitizer to various groups over the years (especially teachers!) and our favorite mini sanitizers are the PocketBacs from Bath and Body Works (pictured above). You could also use unscented mini hand sanitizers, for example these Purell bottles.
You can choose from 3 different printable gift holders with this file. Our free printable includes all three of the designs shown below. There are 2 gift holders per page. You can print whichever design you want, or you can print them all. I highly recommend printing the cards on white cardstock to ensure that they are sturdy enough to hold the sanitizer.
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To put these gifts together, you will need:
- Our printable cards (printed on white cardstock and cut out)
- Double-sided tape
- Mini Hand Sanitizer Bottles
How to Assemble
This gift is SUPER simple to assemble!
Cut out the cards.
Sign the cards with your name(s).
Place a piece of double-sided tape on the back of the hand sanitizer.
Stick the hand sanitizer on the blank space on the front of the card.
That’s it! So easy and don’t they look adorable?
We hope you enjoy this printable and gift idea! If you end up giving it a try, let us know how it goes! Feel free to tag me on social media – I’d love to see how it turned out!