You will need two cereal boxes to get enough pieces cut. I cut two pieces to be 5x10, two 2x5 pieces and two 2x10 pieces. I then assembled it together to make a box using some washi tape I had in my stash.
My goal was to create a photo box that the pictures could be changed in and out of as my nephew gets older. I cut down this 6x8 divided page protector in order to have that ability. First, I cut the 4x6 pocket off of the bottom just above the seam. I then cut one of the 3x4 pockets just on the other side of the seam. That gave me my two pockets for my photos.
From there I cut one 5x10 page from the yellow star paper. I then pulled out several different embellishments that I thought were cute looking. I liked the idea of having an element stick up off the top of the box. I started with the monster journaling tag and added it to the upper left hand corner. Then I added my 4x6 pocket page to the lower right hand corner. From there I started embellishing until I was happy with the look.
I was trying to take a picture of how the picture would come in and out of the page protector.
I took a picture of how the photo would slide out of the protector.
I then cut all my pieces for the sides of the box.
The last step is to simply glue everything down to the chipboard box we created earlier. Then you have this great photo box that you can change out the photos on as your children grow.
Finished Front Side:
Finished Back Side:
A few close-ups:
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Have a beautiful day! Smiles, Jessica