Leftover candy box
large paint brush
1 Piece of scrap book paper
enough ribbon to outline box edge
Here is how I did it.
I took my candy box and found some pretty romantic scrap booking paper that would fit the cover.
I turned the paper over laid the candy box face down and traced the heart shape.
I drew a heart shape larger than the original to attach the paper to the box with. I then cut the paper out.
All around the heart, up to the original line, I cut little segments to use when I Mod Podge the paper to the candy box lid.
Cover the entire face of the candy box lid with Mod Podge.
Place the candy lid right on the original tracing of the heart.
Next, paint with Mod Podge the edge of the candy lid and fold each paper segment onto the Mod Podge.
Cover entire lid with Mod Podge and smooth all bumps and edges.
Next,put some school glue on edges of paper that is still exposed and place a ribbon over it to finish.
Cover entire edge with this ribbon.
Here is the finished box filled with post cards and a love note. You could find several uses for this box. It could hold tea bags and sugar packets in for a tea service, or you could attach another ribbon on the box with hot glue and make a Valentine door decoration.
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