In fact there have been several tissue box designs that I've loved but never seen again, and I still kick myself for throwing out the empty boxes rather than refilling them. (One in particular featured a stone stairway leading up to an old cottage, with potted geraniums on every step.)
So there I was, studying this pretty tissue box, and suddenly it came to me:
I disassembled the box, used a paper cutter to slice away the bits that weren't usable, used my hole punch to make an opening for a ribbon or tie and (as a friend of mine used to say) "WALLAH!"
I use these thrifty gift tags ALL the time, not only on gift bags and wrapped presents but on gifts of food, bouquets of flowers, knitting projects, or just random things I want to pass along to friends and family. It's a sweet way to enclose a note on any occasion.
Whatever the style, there's a gift tag waiting inside a tissue box, just crying to get out.
And I'll be there—armed with scissors and hole punch—to set it free.