I don't know about you, but I have the hardest time finding a Father's Day gift that my husband will like. Socks and ties, while useful, are trite, and anything else he really wants often costs hundreds of dollars. Fortunately, past experience has revealed that I can never go wrong with gifts of food, so I decided to make a BBQ sauce gift pack.
I die cut the BBQ sauce carrier using THIS die from Silhouette. I increased the size of the file to accommodate the slightly larger BBQ sauce bottles. The carrier was super easy to assemble and the BBQ sauce inexpensive making this a fun and easy gift for dad, grandpa, hubby, uncle brother, etc.
Admittedly, the carrier is probably not functional since the BBQ sauce is so heavy, but it still makes for a nice presentation.
I wrapped each bottle with a piece of patterned paper for a more coordinated look. However, they are easily removable so dad can see exactly what he is working with.
The circle letters on Spencer are 1/2" across making them a perfect fit for your 1/2" circle punch. I used the little letters along with the Alpha Stickers to complete the label.
Have a happy Father's Day celebrating with those you love!
Supplies: From Special Delivery: Dillon 2040, Calvin's Race 2039, Guido 2042, Jack 2043, Spencer 2046, Alpha Stickers 2051; milk carton die (Silhouette)