Happy Birthday to my little blog-My Favorite Finds! As with any birthday party, the guests totally make it fun. That’s why I have a huge list of blogger friends lined up for your reading enjoyment!
I’d like to welcome Laura from Digi Art Cafe………
My name is Laura and I’m a graphic designer that has been fortunate enough to be a stay at home mom who has loved every part of raising a family. These past few months, I’ve been on a journey to reconnect with my creative side. I have always loved crafts, art, illustration and photography. A little of everything. Through my blog I feel I can share and post my creative process and maybe help or inspire someone along the way.
Copic Markers Storage Box
|I love all things organized, and after starting my collection of Copic Markers, I decided to make my own storage box!|
|I used: 1 medium square box (from Hobby Lobby), some natural medium weight chipboard sheets, Tacky Glue, a pencil, x-acto knife and a ruler|
|Cut out 7 squares from the chipboard sheets, about 5 5/8″ x 4 3/4″ each|
|Measure and draw a 1/2″ line on each side of the squares. Lightly score each side, about 3 times, making sure not to cut through the chipboard.
Do this to all 7 chipboard squares
|Fold in the ends of each square|
|On the lid of the box, draw a square. 1/4″ in on the sides and 1/8″ for the top and bottom. Using the x-acto knife, cut out the square, creating a window on the lid|
|Using the Tacky glue, place some glue on each one of the folded ends of the chipboard squares and place inside the box, with the sides folded down to form a shelf. This is what the box and top should look like|
|Use some Mod Podge, a sponge brush and some scrapbooking paper to decoupage the box and lid|