Hello everyone! Happy Saturday!
Suz back today to share a little project I made for my youngest's school; a Box Tops For Education collection container. This was a simple little project and would be a great project to have your little one/s help you with!
I started by using a repurposed protein powder container that I had on hand. With a heavy duty craft knife, I cut a small opening (for the box tops to be slipped into the container) into the lid of the container. Next, I stripped off the product label and the began trimming papers to fit. I used the Daily Flash Milk Money Collection almost exclusively for this project. I placed the Daily Flash Milk Money Penmanship washi on some white cardstock and trimmed to run aroung the sides of the lid. Then I added strips of the numbered washi tape from Cakewalk to the top, trimming such that the opening was not covered up. I used a hot glue gun to adhere everything except for the Daily Flash Flash Bulbs, which I adhered with Glue Dots to the top of the lid.
Here is an image of the lid "in progress". I added more strips of washi tape to completely cover the top of the lid minus the opening as you can see in the top photo. Quick and simple project that can be made in short order!
Have you been creating with OA today? This week? Share your creations on Instagram with the hashtag: #oasaturdayshares. We would love to see what you have been creating with October Afternoon products!