The box contains quick ideas and supplies to put together notes, little gifts, and remembrances for people to encourage or honor them. The idea is inexpensive, creative, and simple - but encouraging. Shall we say it is about being intentional about encouragement - and excellent thing for ministry, living life with other Christians, marriage, and family. The picture above is an AWESOME set of table discussion questions - ideal for small group or families coming together. I found this as a printable on Balancing Beauty and Bedlam - Jen has some other excellent printables that I would've liked to include in the box, but alas, it is stuffed to the top.
This little file box includes ready to go ideas, blank cards, embellishments, verses, cardstock, and a small journal to record important dates/birthdays/ and notes. How awesome is it when you can remember that one of your co-workers LOVES gummy worms and pull them out paired with an encouraging scripture -at just the right moment to brighten her day?
This is my favorite! A way to give an inexpensive brown paper sack with a few goodies - and make it look amazing and thoughtful. Found HERE.
The box was a restored clearance item, but it ended up being much, much too small. I had more I wanted to include.
The thought behind this is that ideas would be easily accessible and created quickly. I've always loved to give someone a verse with a quirky little item to go with it - like 2 Peter 3:18 "But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. to him be the glory both now and forever." -Paired with a growing bug, or a plant, or seeds, particularly when I teach a lesson over that verse.
So, this gift is like a Pinterest party in a box - probably where a lot of the ideas came from. You can find a ton of cool things if you just search "printables" - several good easy gift ideas are also available HERE at organized christmas. I included a folder of copy masters and ideas. And...I had a lot of fun putting it all together.