Of course, the gift would have to be small, but there is more room than you think. And I’m sure you noticed the washi tape. Now it’s time to show you how they were made.
Gather These Supplies
Small cardboard boxes – you can make them out of a cereal box if you don’t have fancy Starbucks boxes
Mod Podge Satin
Martha Stewart Decorative Paint – Wedding Cake
Ribbon to hang
Here are the boxes. I like the green (the perfect shade), but not so much the brown.
So I painted them white. It took several coats.
I started applying the washi tape on the diagonal on one box, allowing Roxie to inspect the process (she’s QC).
One box was all on the diagonal, and I changed it up for the second box. Trim with scissors when done.
Mod Podge the washi tape to the box. Give a few coats and let dry.
I glued the ribbon into the handy-dandy slit at the top of each box.
Glue any buttons on and let dry. Assemble and you’re ready to hang.
I’m quite pleased at my surprise boxes.
Now, who will I surprise? I think I’m going to hang these with candy in them. Hopefully I don’t eat it all since I know where it is . . .