Looking for a unique way to package gifts this holiday? Try this easy gift sack made with a gift sack with a dish towel – along with the fun of a New Jersey Lottery Gift. This post is sponsored content through Blog Meets Brand for New Jersey Lottery. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
I love the look of grain sack gift bags, but purchasing them can be super expensive. There’s tutorials to create your own, but if you’re short on time, that isn’t always the best solution. To give some of my gifts the “look” this year, without the time or money, I decided to use standard dish towels to create the same idea.
And they turned out okay! What’s nice is that the dish towel then becomes part of the gift since this project is no-sew, no-cut, and easy.
The contents of your gifts can be just as easy thanks to NJ Lottery. The New Jersey Lottery is introducing 4 new Holiday Instant Games:
$1 Holiday Luck
$2 Holiday Luck Times 10
$5 Jingle Bills
$10 Cash in a Flash)
These Holiday themed games are fun, festive, and make a great gift for anybody to be given as a holiday gesture, stocking stuffer, or party favor. Instant games are fun, offering the entertainment of a game experience and the potential for a large cash payout. They don’t need wrapping of their own and can be easily put on top of a gift, in a gift bag, stocking or box. These Holiday Instant Games are easily accessible at any local Lottery retailer like Quik Chek, Wawa or 7-11.
This year, I’m gifting a quality loose tea with the instant games for a fun, unique gift.
To create the sacks, take one standard dish towel and fold in half. Using glue dots, adhere the edges of the dish towel together, see the image below:
This will keep the dishtowel reusable and create a ‘sack.’ Fill, gather and fold sides back before tying. I like to tie with twine, some holly which I grabbed from outside and a gift tag.
How would you gift these new Holiday Instant Games from the NJ Lottery?
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Parents are urged to think twice about gifting lottery tickets to children.