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Valentine Bulletin Board Cube

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Designed by Make It Fun Crafts
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MATERIALS:

STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam
White Cube, 8″ x 8″ x 8″

Hugs and Kisses Collection (Used for project as shown: The Paper Company / TPC Studio)2 of each 12” x 12” scrapbook paper: “I Love You”, “Letters”, “Heart Stripe”
Bouncy Stickers
Printed Brads
2 yd. length of 3/8″ wide Ribbon
Glue gun and glue sticksExtra Strength Glue Stick (Used for project as shown: Elmer’s® Craft Bond™)
Rotary Paper Trimmer (Used for project as shown: Elmer’s® X-Acto®)
8 push pins
Table spoon
6” diameter Bowl
Valentine Candies
Valentines
Craft snip
Pencil
Ruler

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. To create opening for bow, center bowl, upside down onto top of cube. Use pencil to trace around bowl.  Remove bowl. Starting in 1/4″ from traced line, use spoon to remove enough STYROFOAM™ for bowl to fit down into cube.
  2. Plan placement of scrapbook papers around cube, using same papers on opposite sides. Also plan to use a third paper for the top and bottom. Cut papers into six 8″ squares. Set one square aside for top of cube. Apply glue stick to STYROFOAM™ and press squares onto each side and bottom of cube.
  3. Center and trace bowl onto wrong side of square paper for top of cube. Mark center of circle and cut slits radiating out, stopping ¼” from line. (Note: Slits should be about 1” apart near circle.) Use glue stick on back of paper and slits and attach to top of cube, pressing slits into opening for bowl.
  4. Cut ribbon into two 1 yd. lengths. Apply glue stick to back of ribbon and attach one piece to top and bottom edge of cube. Trim any excess.
  5. Use craft snip to remove prongs from brad. Use glue gun to attach brad fronts to push pins. Randomly place bouncy stickers onto cube. Fill bowl with candy and display valentines on bulletin board cube.

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