Money Box for Dad

Money Box for Dad

Make Dad something practical and useful for Father's Day this year. In only five easy steps, you can make a Money Box for Dad that can hold all his loose change. This Father's Day craft serves as a great little piggy bank for Dad. Cool Father's Day gifts don't have to be super expensive. Instead, create something he can use and display for years to come. When it comes to thoughtful gift ideas, there really is no better way to say I love you. Instead of creating a scrapbook that he may forget about, design this money box using the same techniques and supplies.
 


 

Materials:

  • 235 - FolkArt  Artists Pigments™ - Ice Blue Dark, 2 oz.
  • 320 - FolkArt  Acrylic Colors - Jamaican Sea, 2 oz.
  • 513 - FolkArt  Acrylic Colors - Cayman Blue, 2 oz.
  • 78046 - Plaid  Wood Surfaces - Letter Packs - Collegiate
  • 938 - FolkArt ®Acrylic Colors - Licorice, 2 oz.
  • CS11305 - Mod Podge Matte, 4 oz.
  • Memory box
  • Play money
  • Chipboard letters in various sizes
  • Scrapbook pad "MVP"
  • Liner brush
  • ¾" flat brush
  • Stencil brush
  • 1/4" flat brush
  • Hot glue & gun
  • Pencil
  • Scissors

 

Instructions:

  1. Basecoat the entire box and all the wooden/chip board letters with licorice using the ¾" flat brush. Highlight the letters with jamaican sea using the liner brush.
     
  2. Choose enough play money to cover the top of box. Dry brush using the stencil brush, the money first with cayman blue next with Ice blue dark and last with licorice adding a little more around the edges. Set aside and allow to dry.
     
  3. Paint Jamaican sea stripes on sides of lid with ¼" brush and ice blue dark with the liner brush alternating each color as you go. Once dry, dry brush licorice at the top and bottom edge of lid. Dry brush jamaican sea on top of the upper edges of box.
     
  4. Open up box and trace each side of box onto the back scrapbook paper. Cut out each piece and glue to the sides of box using the mod podge. Repeat with the play money on top of lid. Allow to dry and then add an extra coat of mod podge. Allow to dry.
     
  5. Hot glue the letters onto the top of box as shown in photo.

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