3" circle punch (or you could trace the top of a cup)
3 3/4 " white scalloped circle (cut with the Silhouette or Cricut)
STEP ONE:Gather all of your supplies and print off all the downloads. Cut or punch out the 3" tag and back with the scalloped circle.
STEP TWO:Spray a few coats of paint on the box.
STEP THREE: Once dry, attach the handle to the top of the box. (We used E6000 glue)
STEP FOUR: Attach the 3" round tag to the front of the box. (We used glue dots)
STEP FIVE: Tie the instructions tag onto the handle with ribbon.
STEP SIX: Fill the box with blank love notes cards.
STEP SEVEN: Make one for yourself. Your family will have so much fun leaving each other random love notes throughout the holidays and every day after.
Awesome gift idea wouldn’t you say? My husband (a words of affirmation lover) would adore this…filled with sweet love nothings of course. Click on over to the Eighteen25 girls for some more inspiration. Here is a sneak peek of what they are sharing on their blog today.
I threw a bird and branches baby shower for a friend last weekend. It was a very inexpensive theme because I was able to use a lot of outdoor elements for free. Check out all the sweet little details I added to make this shower spectacular.
Yesterday I shared with you about the ultimate trade I made with my personal trainer friend Erin. We are currently working on decorating her son’s room as part of the trade. Her and her husband created the planked and shelved wall like I made for Isaac’s room. It looks awesome, but it needed some color and custom art – one that was encouraging but also empowering. I designed it in the Silhouette Studio program…free file available.
I get asked often how to decorate large walls inexpensively. Buying art or frames adds up when you have lots of space to cover. I always come back to saying, “Wrap canvases in fabric.” The fabric choices are endless and really are works of art in themselves. So when I set out to decorate the planked and 2” x 4” shelves I knew I would use fabric to bring pops of color to that wall. Now you can look for deals on canvases to wrap or you can make your own for EVEN CHEAPER. Here’s how.
On the Love Notes tag I think there is a mispelling in it. It probably is suppose to say to, for another member IN your family or another member OF your family. I love this idea and think I'm going to save them for a pre-valentine's day gift for some families! Thanks!
Can't wait for the rest of your series!! 🙂 Love making handmade gifts!! I started a similar series a few days ago…great minds huh…. 🙂
I love this idea!
How cute and sweet is this. Maybe I can get my act together and make one. Thanks.
That is seriously adorable! It would be good for things other than love notes, too.
So, so cute! I like the idea of the love notes and you could make more boxes for almost any other thing too.
Love!! I did a whole box of love notes for my husband for Valentines day last year. He LOVED it! What a great idea to do it during the holidays! Plus….LOVING that teal box and LOVING that tag. SOOOOO cute!
This is amazing! I have to try this!
Glad we got Traci here to run spell check on the local blogs
ADORABLE!!!! love the color!
What a cute idea! I love that. And such a personal project too – so fun!
Love, love this box! What a fabulous idea and it would be a great for a busy person. xo