Marbled Painted Gift Box

3 Materials
$3
30 Minutes
Easy
This little gift box is perfect for the upcoming holidays as it gives an amazing personalized touch and so easy to create as well.
I went on a marbling craze and I marbled canvases,empty bottles/jars all of which you can see here
Marbling is just so much fun, granted it is super messy but the end result is always different and unique which is the best part about it.
In this case I had an empty chocolate box which was a combination of Gold and Brown color initially.
When I was creating this Art piece, I fell in love with the colors so I went on a little hunt to see what else I could use these colors on and I ended up finding this box.
The process was exactly the same as I painted the Canvas.
Heres a little recap.
When I was creating this Art piece, I fell in love with the colors so I went on a little hunt to see what else I could use these colors on and I ended up finding this box.
The process was exactly the same as I painted the Canvas.
Heres a little recap.
If you want all the details, hop on over to the blog  post  since all the steps are exactly the same.
This is what I ended up with.
(Even though you can still see some text but since it was the base of the box  it was all good)
The marbling on the box looked good but it still needed something extra.
 Luckily from my frequent adventures in Michaels where I always end up grabbing random things knowing I might need it in the future I ended up with this glittery, swirly floral arrangement.
It was perfect to be added on top.
I did have to snip the bottom end a bit for it to fit the lid of the box.
I used multi purpose glue to fix the floral piece in place.
Then I put a heavy book over it until the glue dried.

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