Survival Kit – Guardian Angel

Purchase a small gift bag and fill with these items along with a label explaining each token. Make this creative gift for a friend - tell them you're their guardian angel.

Survival Kit – Guardian Angel

What you need

Materials required below



Instructions

Toothpick – Pick out the good qualities in everyone, including yourself.

Band-Aid – To heal hurt feelings.

Gum – Think before you “Chew” others out.

Smiley Face – Because smiling is contagious

Guardian Angel – Because everyone needs one.

Pencil – To write down your days blessings.

Eraser – To remind you always start each day with a clean slate.

Sticky Tape – To tape your lips when you have nothing good to say.

Star – To reflect what you can be.

Sand paper – To smooth out the rough edges.

Glitter – To make things sparkle.

Velcro dot – Help you get a grip on things.

Rubber Band – To stretch you beyond your limits.

Paper clip – To keep things together.

Candle – To light up your path.

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Comments

  1. This guardian angel survival kit is a great idea for all ages. 5 thumbs up

  2. to the people who have left negative comments – consider yourselves very fortunate never to have needed a guiding light or a helping hand – you are lucky people! (now leave the rest of us to enjoy our ‘cheesy and patronising’ craft ideas) thank you.

  3. Brilliant for a laugh, I will do the friendship and retirement kit and of course the people recieving them will be getting their real pressies but your idea and the reasons why just add to a good get together.
    Thanks
    Mimi

  4. This a wonderful idea you guys that say it stupiid are silly!It shows how much effort you put into it wich what true freinds do! and it shows you you really do care because you spent time on it just for them!every piece has a meaning its wonderful 5/5

  5. Aww so cute!If you have an upset friend its perfecttt xx :D

  6. whats the point in that you might as well give them a piece of paper saying that you like them instead of wasting money duhhhhhhhhhhhh

  7. regenboogvrouwtje says:

    I used this idea to fill a wooden heart with all this kind of stuff and personal texts. It was nice to give and watch the effect.

  8. Nobody needs this! just tell the person how you feel, don’t waste money on a cheap gift!

  9. babygirlblue says:

    I love this, so simple and so very nice with huge meaning, thank you for this wonderful idea.

  10. This is such a sweet project! How nice!

  11. I seen a lot of people comment that this is impersonal so make it personal. You dont need to put exactly what is listed find items that your friend would expect from you. If you take the time to get the items your friend would like to recieve it is no longer a “cheesy” gift but something you thought about. If you dont have the imagion to do that you are not crafty and shouldnt try doing things crafty.

  12. i think this is stupid

  13. i love it! and it is so true! brilliant idea! :) <3

  14. I am an assistant cheerleading coach & made these bags for my daughter’s cheerleading squad. They were a big hit and really helped as a team building gesture.

  15. Try adding:
    Apple- For god health.
    Fan- To blow your troubles away.
    Flower-Because you are one, growing in the garden of life.

  16. This is also a great idea. I liked the Friendship Kit, this makes it even better. I’m goint to add somes things to it too. I’m going to make the cell phone purses and add a note that says someting about staying in touch with one another.

  17. This is absoloutly brilliant! I printed out the page and showed it to my one of my friends and they thought it was brilliant as well!
    Keep up the good work!!!

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