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Flowers and Butterflies Box

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The Flowers and Butterflies Box was created by Maria Nerius during our Hexagon Box Challenge on FaveCrafts 365 (our daily v-log report to you!). These paper craft boxes are perfect for that little girl in all women!

Flowers and Butterflies Box  Flowers and Butterflies Box

Materials:

  • Sizzix Bigz Pro Die Hexagon Box
  • Die cutting machine
  • Floral themed paper (shown: Die Cuts With A View)
  • Small piece of pink boa (2”)
  • Craft wire
  • Wire cutters
  • 4 Applique butterflies
  • 9 Flower charms or other small flowers
  • Wood skewer or other thin smooth item for curling wire
  • Ribbon or floss for bow
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue gun and glue
     

Instructions:

  1. Die cut the hexagon box, fold on scores, fold into box, adhere all connecting flaps (not that this box has 3 flaps that are inserted into the box at top to close, do not glue these flaps. Allow to dry.
     
  2. Wrap a small length of wire around wood skewer to curl. You’ll need 2 curled pieces using around 6-9” of wire for each. Curl the last 1” with hands in a circle. It’s this bottom circle you’ll need to adhere the wire to the center of the top of the box. Don’t worry about the glue showing! You’ll cover it with the boa.
     
  3. Adhere curly wires to center of box. Adhere 2 butterflies back to back to each wire stem. Cover the bottom of the wires with your length of boa.
     
  4. I removed the loops for the charms with my wire cutters. Adhere flowers randomly around the top of the box (you’ll be gluing to boa).
     
  5. Finish with a small ribbon or floss bow. This is adhered to top of box at the front between the two front inside flaps of the box.
     
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