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Valentine Chinese Box

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A Chinese box that I bought on clearance after Christmas for a quarter becomes a sweet valentine box.

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Approximate Time: 30 minutes

Supplies:

  • Chinese takeout box
  • embellishments

Instructions:

  1. I got 4 of these adorable polka dotted Chinese takeout boxes for a dollar. I printed off some free digital stamps and colored them in with coloring pencils.
  2. I put them on the box and the box lid and then added pink lace.
  3. I filled them with coordinating tissue paper and chocolates and I had an extremely affordable gift for four people.
  4. 1 dollar for 4 boxes and 3 dollars for candy. 1 dollar for tissue paper. Total cost per each gift. 1.25

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    By Christi from Paducah, KY

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February 14, 20100 found this helpful

As everyone knows, I love recycle crafting, and this is a beautiful example of something useful. I love the idea as well as the great end result. Harlean from Arkansas

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February 15, 20100 found this helpful

After serving as Valentine treat holders these cute boxes would be great for holding little treasures or other items, too. Sweet!

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