This Works Nicely with Larger Boxes, Too!
Sometimes you want to give a gift in a decorative box, rather than wrap it with paper. That’s often true of small special things, like jewelry.
Rather than put a bow on top, make the box into something special with a fabric lid. It’s an easy process to cover a box’s lid and dress it up for any occasion.
Plus, the box itself becomes a second gift that’s perfect for storing treasures. It will be lovely on a dresser or shelf.
Choose a fabric the recipient will love and use batting to give the lid dimension. Gift boxes can be purchased at craft stores or check here and here.
Instructions are provided by A Spoonful of Sugar and can be used for boxes of any size.
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