But, that's what's awesome about a really cute mini Christmas box - it's a treat on the outside before you even get to the gift on the inside!
These are actually very easy to make.
1. I used a simple box from Silhouette - you could even use a premade matchbox. I wanted it to be just a little wider than a standard matchbox.
2. The rosette is created with 3D Dotted Rosette file. I find that the scores on this file make it much easier to fold than when I score it myself. I'm not sure why!
3. Print a cute image like the one above from by Digital Paper to the size of your flatback glass dome. Mine are 1 1/2" from Karen's Craft Supplies.
4, Cover the back of the dome with Diamond Glaze - a very thin coat. Press the image to the glass. Diamond Glaze is the best I've found for this application - it holds great and dries perfectly clear.
5. Use hot glue to attach the glass dome to the rosette and the rosette to the box.
I think these are perfect for hiding in stockings! I bet Lauren finds one in hers...