Both Heidi and I want to apologize that this project is being released the day before it’s intended holiday. We had a miscommunication, but it’s such a cool box I didn’t want to skip over it. The shape can be adapted to so many things and it has many other uses besides holding firecrackers. So please forgive us and enjoy this awesome box! ~Michelle
I think outside of Christmas, the 4th of July is my favorite holiday. We always have a huge 4th of July celebration and cookout in our neighborhood and it is typically held at my house. It’s so much fun having everyone over and we have made some amazing memories. One of my favorite things to do is to pull out pictures from past years and see how much all the neighborhood kids have grown. I will always cherish these moments.
Every year I make party favors for our gathering and this year is no different. I think this firecracker shelf box is going to be a fun surprise when everyone opens them. I added some candy and fireworks to my shelves, but you can add anything you like. I decorated mine with stars and used a bit of bakers twine to hold it closed. The complete instructions and cutting files are available below.
Though I know the 4th of July is typically only celebrated here in the states, this box is very versatile and can be used for any holiday or event simply by changing the paper and decorations. Maybe add flowers and pearls for a wedding favor, or cover it with notebook paper with a message written on it for a special teacher. As with most projects made with a Pazzles Vue, the possibilities are endless!
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