Goblet Gifting at Eastertime

Remember the Goblet Gifting for Christmas? Well, I thought it would work for Easter, too, so I put together this little gift quickly and easily.

I bought these egg candles at Michael’s Craft Store.  I couldn’t leave them even thought I didn’t know what I was going to do with them.

egg candles

Goblets  are $1. at the Dollar Store. I had some on hand. ;)

I also had on hand some of the multi colored straw.

Put these things together and you get.... an Easter Goblet Gift!

dollar store

I made a bow of green tulle because the stem looked a little lonely.


That’s it. Easy quick. Dollar Store gifting with goblets. Of course, anything can be put in these goblets, candy, little soaps (I might work on something like that for Mother’s Day).
At Christmas time, I tied up the goblets with cellophane or just covering the tops with cellophane would work, too. These are perfect hostess gifts also. Anytime a small gift is needed these goblets from the Dollar Store are just the thing. I love putting things together like this, don’t you? It’s so satisfying.
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