I LOVE decorating sturdy little boxes for gifting. Done right, they become re-usable as well as unique and fun!
For this one I used paper as a ribbon, and loads of little paper strips to make a bow. This slides off the box easily so it too can be re-used.
I used lots of fun Echo Park Paper stuff as well as some glass glitter + tinsel trim. For the papers I used Crafty Power Tape and/or Tape Runner (By Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L) – there was no need to seal and/or get liquid involved.
The snowman was a sticker, but I turned him into a to/from tag. How? I applied a bit of PPA to the back and let it dry. This made the sticker part non-sticky (once dry) while creating a write-able surface. Acrylic paint might work for this too.
This is going to make such a fun gift – no matter what I stick inside!
Next time you see a box with a lid… think about converting it to become a fun gift box!
10 thoughts on “10 projects for Christmas: Echo Park gift box”
This might be my favorite or yours yet. LOVE LOVE LOVE the colors the papers the sparkles….Simpy awesome, May!
This is just too adorable!
Too stinkin’ cute! You can never go wrong using Echo Park. Have been enjoying your Christmas projects this week.
So cute – I love the big paper bow.
Ah May this is totally adorable!
I love this project! Heck I’d love to get a box like that as the gift itself! 🙂
I just got some Echo Park for the first time this week … I believe I have some of the same stuff as you. I use baby powder on the back of stickers to make them unsticky …. I am cheap. I love your project!
That box is absolutely gorgeous!! I love what you did with it. 🙂
That is so cute! I need that Echo Park line!
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