- Sugar Coated Cardstock
- 6" of Doodle Twine
- 1 Button
- 2 Brads
- 3" x 12" scratch paper
- Paper trimmer
- 1/8" hole punch or paper piercer
- Ruler & pencil
- Hot glue gun
Step 1: Cut Doodlebug's Sugar Coated Cardstock into 1/2" and 1/4" strips as indicated in photo.
button with Doodle twine and adhere to the top of the bow with another dab of hot glue.
Doodlebug cardstock and patterned paper from the Fruit Stand collection and decorated a diecut tag with a heart cut from the leftovers along with a bitty blossom doodlepop and a doodles cardstock sticker sentiment. For my box I used THIS cutting file and cut my box twice (once from thin chipboard and again from the paper using a .01" offset) to make it extra sturdy. If you don't have access to a digital diecutting machine you can cover any small box you have on hand with paper or make one using a scoring tool.