Know a Fortnite fan?
Fortnite is a survival game that’s taken over the gaming world – and when you make your own DIY gift basket from Dollar Tree items (I’ve even included free printables!), you’ll have just about every kid you know flossing like a boss!
My kids love Fortnite!
In fact, one of our close friends invited us to a Fortnite themed birthday party for her son, and I was thinking of what I could give alongside a PlayStation gift card.
DIY Supply Drop Gift
Supply Drop is an aspect of the Fortnite game, so I created a fun gift basket using some FREE printable labels to turn snacks and toys into Fortnite goodies! This is such an easy idea and can be put together at different price levels. The example I made is mostly made from Dollar Tree items, including the container and yellow filler! It’s a fun and affordable gift idea that I think Fornite fans will enjoy.
Don’t know what these items are in Fornite?
Neither did I, but just ask your older kids or grandkids, and they’ll likely know all about it. In fact, this would be fun project to let the kids put together for someone!
Just print and tape on the labels
To use these labels, simply print and tape them to a different toy or to snack items. I used blue drinks such as Gatorade, juice Hug drinks, Lays chips, a dart gun, and microwave popcorn.
You can take the original labels off as I did with the Lays chips, or add more construction paper behind the labels as I did with the pack of microwave popcorn. I included a couple of other fun things like water guns, but you can definitely customize items for the recipient.
The last thing I did was to attach a yellow helium balloon, the only aspect that wasn’t from Dollar Tree, but was only 99¢ at the grocery store.
If you’re looking for a funny gift to throw in there for adults, I LOVE these cute Fortnite socks! LOL
Such a fun and inexpensive project!
I love when free printables can turn ordinary things into a creative and thoughtful gift that’s also easy to put together. As another idea, you could use these labels to create inexpensive party favors or use them as a fun birthday party element. I also think this would be a cool Easter basket idea or Christmas stocking stuffer, too! Enjoy!
Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s DIY/Crafts created just for Hip2Save, click here.