* 1 Tissue Box Cover pasteboard box.
* Mod podge.
* Small sponge paintbrush.
* Clear Acrylic Spray.
* Tissue Box end,
Graphics are from various sets, for example
Import templates into your print program. Print out a test sheet and check
for fit on your box. Make adjustments if needed. Import your desired
graphics and decorate. Print 1 top piece, 2 end pieces and 2 side pieces.
Let papers dry 15 minutes. Spray lightly with clear acrylic spray to seal
ink. Let dry another 20 minutes. When dry, cut all pieces out.
For the top:
Cut the dotted lines. Fold on all staight lines. Appy a thin coat of Mod
Podge to the back of your cut paper. Fit to lid, smoothing out as you apply
paper to box. For the edges: Fold the sides under that have the selvage edge
first. This will make a nice corner when you fold down the other sides.
For the bottom:
Apply the end papers first, fold the selvage edge over to make another nice
corner. Apply the side panels. Smooth all air bubbles out. Let dry for one
Lightly spray dried top and sides with a coat of clear acrylic spray. Two
light coats should give you a nice finish. Let the box dry for two or more
Since I made this for my classroom, I didn't add any embellishments but it
would look great with gimp braid on the edges!