Bird chipboard shape, Wood tissue box, Foam paintbrush, Pencil, Scrapbook paper, Scissors, Loose glitter, Nail file, Rhinestones, Gem glue, Hot glue
- Paint the top and edges with Hot Pink.
- Trace the sides of the tissue box onto the backs of a piece of scrapbook paper. Cut out the design. We did a different print on each side.
- Apply a thin coat of Mod Podge to the back of the scrapbook paper, position onto the tissue box, smooth with your fingers to remove any air bubbles. Wait 10 minutes and then top-coat with a layer of Mod Podge. Add three layers of top-coat with 20 minutes dry time in between. Cut additional paper designs and apply them to the front of the tissue box.
- Mod Podge paper to a chipboard butterfly. While the top is still wet, sprinkle glitter over the wet Mod Podge. Use a nail file to sand the edges of the butterfly.
- Create a Mod Melt flower by heating a Mod Melt stick in a high temp glue gun, fill a mold with the Mod Melt, allow to cool, remove from the mold and paint with Aquamarine. Glue a rhinestone to the center.
- Glue the butterfly and gems to the tissue box.