I love to give money in unexpected gift containers and a prescription bottle certainly makes for a surprise dose. This is one of the easiest gifts to make.
HOW TO CREATE A MONEY PRESCRIPTION BOTTLE:
- Prescription bottle
- Large mailing label or paper and clear packing tape
- Cash – bills or quarters
Just for the asking, my pharmacy provided me with a new prescription bottle free of charge.
To give you a couple of ideas, I created two different labels. One on a sticky mailing label and one on plain typing paper.
I found a large mailing label fits nicely on the large prescription bottle. For the smaller prescription bottle, I cut plain paper to fit and used clear packing tape to adhere it to the bottle.
RX Prescription: Just what the Dr. ordered!
Directions: Take amount needed!
Prescribed by: Queen Darlene
Create your label for the amount of cash or quarters you want to give. Remember the number of refills is important. If it were me, I would return to have it filled as many times as allowed!
For example, I placed a $50 bill in the large bottle and 40 quarters that equaled $10 in the smaller bottle.
The “Just What the Dr. Ordered” money prescription bottle gift is a unique way to give money for anniversaries, birthdays, Christmas and graduations.
Giving a prescription bottle filled with cash will definitely help the “patient” feel better and there are no side affects!