So it’s no secret that the emoji craze has been hot this year. And while the blogosphere has had enough emoji desserts to cover the entire surface of emojiland, I thought it was time to whip up some easy DIY gift boxes to help gift all those tasty treats! So for Day 3 of the two weeks of gift giving series I’m bringing you…DIY Emoji Gift Boxes!
So whether you fill them with DIY Emoji Macarons from Studio DIY or Emoji Cookies from Make Bake Celebrate, these boxes are about as easy to put together as texting random emojis to your BFF’s. Just grab yourself a plain white box (I got mine at Michaels), yellow paint, and red paper and you’re ready to start bringing those pixels to life!
After painting the box yellow and letting it dry, fill it with your favorite treats, cut and tape down four strips of red cardstock, and top off with the printable bow. To assemble the bow, simply cut out the bow’s main strip & middle piece (the printable template makes 3 bows), fold both ends into the middle, tape down, and then fold over the small strip in the middle.
It’s really that easy! I’m going to go ahead and assume that IF emojis were real, this is how they would gift their presents. Don’t ya think?
What You Need:
White Gift Box // Yellow Acrylic Paint // Red Cardstock
Adhesive // Scissors // Foam Paint Brushes
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I am giving my sister emoji chocolate for Christmas.I am buying a emoji chocolate mold from WISH and buying chocolate chips and melting them and poring them in the mold letting them Harding in the freezer.She really loves emojis and I am looking for something to but then in and I was thinking about making this.