If you need a thank you gift for volunteers, these water bottle drink packet holders are really cute! They are easy to make, and I used scrap paper to make all of them. These were for vacation bible school volunteers, so I used animal print paper because it fit our theme. You could use any colors or patterns that you'd like. You can also put anything you want on the front or use a different patterned paper.
First cut out the SVG file or SCUT file with your Silhouette Cameo or Cricut (links at bottom of post). I made a scalloped circle on the top so it will fit most water bottles.
To fold the cardstock, you'll fold at the 2" mark at the top and bottom.
After you make your first fold, flip it over and fold the other side. When you're done, it will look like this:
Then cut out the patterned paper. I cut 3" x 3" squares. Glue this to the front of the drink packet holder, which would to the left side in the above photo. I used a glue stick to attach the paper.
Then I used a glue stick to attach the Bible verse to the front. You could use the same patterned paper or a different one. I just created a table in Google Docs and cut it out. You can use mine here if you are using this for church or VBS thank you gifts. Otherwise, just make sure what you want to print is less than 3" wide and 2" tall.
I used a tape runner to attach the sides of the pocket so there's enough room to fit the flavor packet.
And here are all 50 of them displayed on a table. They looked great with our Weird Animals theme!
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