The inside of my box with the items I covered and used.
Showing how I wrapped and tied the twine into place. To help with this I used my Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher to hold it into place as I went around the box.
Here is the other side of the box. I used stickers and fussy cut the papers up to create all of my embellishments.
I bought a box of 12 pencils and made a box using my Martha Stewart Scoreboard. I know that this box has 1/2" sides and the size will depend on how many pencils you use, just remember your box is only 4" wide.
I want to give you a little close up on this fabulous finding, it is from Industrial Chic and I purchased it at Michael's, they are so awesome and this set had 3 pieces on the same card.
My crayon box, see how I added the staples to help hold down the ribbon.
Just in case you needed to see.... it is really a box of crayons, just paper up a bit.
Can you guess what this is.... it is a Post It Note Holder. I cut a piece of 3 1/2" by 3 1/2" piece of cardboard and "papered" it up. The pencil comes from the same package of Industrial Chic that the #6 finding was from
The last of the Industrial Chic findings I used on my Notes book, it also a piece of the Bo Bunny Learning Curve Collection. I added the Reading to the finding using Glossy Accent - the "reading" came from the die cut sheet.
Just want to let you see how you can "paper" up the glue sticks you bought for school, aren't they fun. I hope you enjoyed my Teachers Box and remember it is a great welcome back to school gift or a present for child's favorite teacher at Christmas.
The supplies I used were Bo Bunny Learning Curve Stripe, Leters, Cut Outs, Apple Pie, and Crossword papers, along with School is Cool Stickers. Industrial Chic Findings, Martha Stewart Scoreboard, Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher, Chestnut Roan Ink, Navy Blue Card Stock, Marachino and Brown Twine from the Twinery and other various ribbons.