When it comes to making simple, homemade gifts for girls, things are easy.  Girls love hair bows, ornaments, pretty smelling bath bubbles, and just about anything Pinterest can conceive of.
The great thing is, you can make one for much less money.  This is the perfect gift to make yourself because it gives you control over what goes in the box, and you can make it as fun or functional as you like simply by changing the quality and type of items you include. Here’s how you can make a Pocket Survival Kit for your own mini survival man (or woman). My nine-year-old son is very responsible and has been taught how to use each of the components of this box, and he has been   I would not worry about him abusing any of them.  But not every nine-year-old boy is the same!
Choose the option that you like the best and which will be most interesting to your child.  Then, teach him how to use it safely and efficiently. You may also earn 3extra entries by ordering from the Lilla Rose party to benefit Mae.  Remember, for every 3 Flexis purchased through the link, Sarah will give a free pair of Mae’s earrings! This entry was posted in Crafts, Giveaways and tagged Christmas crafts, Christmas gifts for boys, DIY, DIY Christmas, simply homemade, Survival kit on December 6, 2013 by Kristen Glover.
Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. The last thing you should do is rely too heavily on a GPS device or a cell phone in a survival situation. I included: Sewing Kit, lip gloss, scented lotion, Clorox Pen, pocket size tissues, bobby pins, hairspray, bandaids, disposable toothbrushes, lint roller, deoderant, energy bars (what bride actually gets a meal on their wedding day?), tylenol, safety pins, gum, double sided tape (keep those girls in place please!), breath mints and diet coke. This entry was posted in Bachelorette Party, Bridal Shower, Gift Ideas, Wedding Wednesday and tagged Gifts, Wedding Wednesday, weddings on May 22, 2013 by Tia Fowles.

The contents of this blog, including text, original photos and ideas are the sole property of the author. They sell them pre-packaged online at various sporting websites, and, apparently, at El Paso flea markets. There are those thumbnail sized ones that they sometimes give away at the dentist’s office. I include the staples you’d expect—matches, space blanket, tweezers, scissors, etc.—but these items take up almost zero extra space and can serve important uses in a pinch. Burns way longer than a match in case you’re having to start a fire in damp conditions. Use charcoal to scratch a message for potential rescuers or to help you remember which landmarks you’ve passed on your way back to civilization. You can use it to suck fresh water out of tight spots, tie it as a tourniquet, or provide air to the underside of a fire. Should be part of your standard kit but a lot of people have forgotten the signal mirror. This provides you with constant motivation to keep fighting to get out or get rescued.
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The tape has a million uses and you can use the wood from the tongue depressor to make tinder. Only one photo may be used from any given post with a link to the proper post for more details and images.
But even if you’re just doing a weekend camping and hunting trip closer to home, a survival kit can make a big difference.
Conservation has, and always will be important to me, and I am an advocate for successful land management and wetland restoration. So, I love the idea to give the beautiful bride a SURVIVAL KIT! Put it all in a cute bag or container and you’ve got a great gift! Do not republish an entire post (either the text or photos) or repurpose, crop or in any other way alter my images when using them. If you do feature one photo from a particular post, it may not be the collage image typically placed at the top of a post containing multiple photos with a title that is intended for pinning.

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