This tissue box has been upcycled to help find a cure for breast cancer. I needed something bigger and had to think outside the mason jar to come up with a holder for spoons and forks for upwards of 50+ people in my home for the Peace, Love, and Chocolate fundraiser.
Step by Step
I started with your standard Kleenex box.
Here are all of the materials I used – tissue box, modge podge, scissors, scrapbook paper, breast cancer awareness foamies, washi tape, and flowers. If that looks like Hubby’s sock in the background, you are correct. Keep reading and you will see why.
We enjoy watching the Superbowl, but are not big football fans. So this was my craft project while watching the game. I refer you to Exhibit A. And yes, you can see some of the decorations for the fundraiser are already up.
I wrapped and modge podged the box in the scrapbook paper and then gave it a washi tape trim.
I added cut out hearts to two of the sides, and flowers to one of the sides. It was pretty easy, actually and didn’t take a lot of time. I finished before halftime.
The Final Product
Here is the final product and yes, it does hold the requisite amount of forks. See the foamies on one of the sides?
And the heart and flowers on the other side.
Connect and Share
What do you use to hold utensils for parties? Do you use Mason Jars? What about larger sized parties?
Love, hugs, and grabbing a fork.
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