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Princess boxes

I love, love, love  paper mache!  Paint, decoupage, many possibilities. 

These were made for my adorable little cousin Ananiah.  Her birthday was a Disney Princess theme and I use the boxes as the centerpiece. (only one pic from the party - idk what happened to that memory card...)

  • 2 paper mache round boxes (medium and large)
  • Disney Princess scrapbook paper
  • Disney Princess stickers
  • Princess ribbon
  • Paint (purple, pink and yellow) 
  • "Princess" wood word (Michael's)
  • diamond accent 
  • initial letter (Michael's dollar bin)
Additional views:

  • prepare paper mache with sealer and let dry (not necessary but recommended)
  • paint boxes inside and out (if covering with paper you can paint just the part that will be seen to save time and paint)
  • adhere scrapbook paper to boxes and ribbons to rim of tops (permanent tape runner was used and worked very well , liquid adhesive will sometimes warp paper)
  • use strong glue to adhere wood Princess word with diamond accent and initial letter
  • apply stickers  


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