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Valentine Gift Box

By: Cathie & Steve
Cathie & Steve
Cathie & Steve
Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza are handcraft designers, Emmy Nominated television hosts, book authors, lifestyle experts and the inventors of Hot Glue Gun Helpers. Their shows can be seen in the United States, Australia, South Africa, The Philippines and on the Armed Forces Network.  They were nominated for two Daytime Emmys. Cathie and Steve has also appeared on numerous network shows and specials for NBC, ABC, Discovery Channel, HGTV, DIY and Food Network.  Programs such as Rachael Ray, IVillage Live, View From the Bay and the Florence Henderson Show have featured their creative ideas.
Create an easy gift box for a Valentine gift with a plain box and some imagination.
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Skill Level: Beginner
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Supplies

Mod Podge ® Acrylic Shapes - Basics, Flat & Charm
Item #12918
Create your own charms and embellishments with ready-to-decoupage acrylic shapes.

$5.99

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Plaid ® Hot Glue Gun Helpers
Item #16288
Take the sting and mess out of working with hot glue guns. Our one-of-a-kind set of must-have tools will banish your hot glue woes! Set includes a mat, finger caps, tweezers, a paddle and a press wand. Created by Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza.

$19.99

FolkArt ® Metallics - Inca Gold, 2 oz.
Item #676
Premium, all-purpose shimmering metallic acrylic paint for decorative crafts and home décor. Superior coverage. Exceptional brushability. Use on all porous surfaces. All colors are certified AP non-toxic, water-based, and acid neutral.

$2.49

Mod Podge ® Photo Transfer Medium, 2 oz.
Item #CS12652
Create decals or appliques from any original photo. Use it on hard surfaces or fabrics that you can handwash.

$6.99

Mod Podge ® Antique Matte, 8 oz.
Item #CS12948
Give your projects an heirloom look with this special Mod Podge formula.

$7.99

Other Supplies
Heart box
scrapbook paper
Scissors
Foam paintbrush
Photocopy of a photo
Sponge angel embellishment
Hot glue
Ribbons and trims
Rhinestones

Instructions

1. Use a pencil to trace the shape of the top of the box lid and the side of the box bottom onto scrapbook paper.  Cut out the paper. Coat the top of the lid and the back of the paper with a layer of Mod Podge.  Position onto the top of the lid.  Smooth with a brayer or your fingers so that you have no air bubbles.  Wait 15 min and then top coat with a layer of Mod Podge.  Allow to dry for 1 hour.  Repeat for the sides of the box bottom.

2. Trace the Podgeable heart shape  onto the photo copied photo.  Cut out. Apply a thick coat of Photo Transfer to the image side of the photo, position onto the heart transfer side down.  Using your fingers from the center-out, smooth the paper.  Wipe any extra transfer medium from the edges.  Wait 24 hours.  Remove the paper and reveal the image by wiping the paper in a circular motion with a damp sponge. Don’t press to hard.

3. Paint the angel embellishment with Inca Gold paint.

4. Hot glue the heart to the top center of the box.  Attach trim, rhinestones and the angel with hot glue. 


If your photo you are transferring has text, make sure you reverse the image when making the photocopy.

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