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Doily Wrapping

My last project for 
CURTSEY BOUTIQUE
featured a plain kraft box decorated in a band of 
pink paper doilies, ribbon and a sweet glittered topper.
Makes such a nice statement and so easy and quick to construct!
Curtsey Boutique carries pinstriped, yes pinstriped boxes of the same size...
check 'em out here!  For the band, I used five of the 4" hand-dyed pink paper doilies
and adhered them together with a small glue dot.  I then wrapped them around the
box (not too tightly so it will slide off), securing the ends at the bottom.

I love pink and turquoise together (well, I love turquoise with any color LOL), so I 
added a band of satin ribbon and then tied on a bow to the top.  To the center I added one 
of my most favorite Curtsey Boutique products, a mini felt rose.

I wanted the glittered cake die-cut to stand UP on top of the box, so I attached two of 
the pieces together by folding a strip of paper between them as shown above.

And that's it...pretty easy, right?? I think these would also make darling favor boxes for
a girly birthday party, baby or wedding shower or perhaps even for a caterer offering little
boxes of sweet treats :)  

Shop for original and unique shabby chic, hand-crafted items at Curtsey Boutique!

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  1. Absolutely stunning!!!! Love the gorgeous doily and the glittery cupcake!!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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