Check out this video to see the entire project, and then I'll give you some tips on making one for yourself!
After purchasing and downloading Lori's 3D heart box, I used my Silhouette software to enlarge the two box pieces so that the square in the center of the lid was 4x4". I cut out both pieces and used a strong liquid glue to adhere them.
Next, I cut a small slit in the top of my box lid, and put one end of a 30" ribbon through the top of the lid. I adhered the end to the top of the lid and covered it with several layers of card stock, cherry petite prints, and Lots of Luck pattern paper.
To add the enamel heart sprinkles to the white box base, I used a craft knife to position each heart through the cut outs in the lid. I will definitely be getting more of these! Love them!
For the photos, I adhered six 3.5"x3.5" white card stock squares along the ribbon and added 3.25"x3.25" pattern paper to the front and back of each square. Each of my 12 photos were cropped to 3"x3" and adhered over the pattern paper mats.
Finally, I adhered 6 DoodlePop hearts (3 back to back) to finish off the end of the ribbon. It was a fun way to showcase a few pictures of "the bug", aka my granddaughter :). Thanks for stopping by!
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