Here are the resin charms I made to match the stenciled dot thank you card sets. I used the twisted rectangle silicon mold sold at HM Ben Franklin Crafts. I happened to have a package of dots that I think someone gave me as a freebie for purchasing some craft items. You could probably just use a small paper punch to make your own paper dots or find some candy sprinkles. I used LED resin to slowly fill the mold and gradually added the dots. With a LED light (sold at HM Ben Franklin Crafts) I was able to set the resin in about a minute. Next I added a bail (from HM BFC) with a dab of resin hardened with the LED light.
I purchased from Daiso some large ziplock bags that looked like corked glass jars (3 for $1.50). I thought the thank you card sets would look great in the jar bags...sort of like candy in a jar. I tied on some skinny ribbon (from Daiso too...only $1.50 for a roll of many colors). The dot charms were added to complete the gifts. I really like how these gifts turned out and can't wait to mail them out. Isn't it amazing how a little imagination can craft something unique for very little cost?