The last remnants of snow are finally melting away and I can really feel that spring is in the air. I am so excited for the rebirth of nature and the very special Easter season!
This little box turned out just too adorable for words. I wanted to make something extra easy and cute – aren’t those the best kind of projects? This box definitely hit the mark.
This adorable box can be closed with a ribbon or string so it is easy for your recipient to open it and get at whatever treat you put inside. It also had a surprisingly large capacity for a box, thanks to it’s hexagon shape. Best of all the whole box fits on a 12″x12″ page (or smaller if you want to shrink it down!)
I took a video of the assembly so you can see exactly how to do it. It is very easy even for a beginner I sped up the video so it is only about 2 minutes long but in real time I assembled this box in just FOUR minutes. Adding a little more time for picking paper and cutting and this is easily a 10-15 minute project.
You can use the pen tool to draw this whiskers or just draw them on yourself.
Pink and black cardstock scraps
Pen Tool (optional)
Ribbon or string
Pop dot (optional)
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