Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Pugs & Kisses dog Valentine Box (in minutes!)

To make it’s so easy, this “pugs and kisses” valentine box! So cute for either boy or girl, and ideal for the classroom. 
skills Required: Beginner. you’ll need to be able to use to craft and paint and then foam rubber (I cut out a pattern!

your littles Are ready for Valentine’s day? I’ve done a summary of valentine boxes, because she was one of the great joys of my childhood. With the cereal box and carton, I could take over the world!
this year I decided to make a version with my favorite breed of dog – the pug! If you like, you can see that something is “pugs and kisses” this Valentine’s day? I know I would!!! This pugs and kisses valentine box is so easy to make, and I’m excited to be able to have a pattern for you. All you need to do is to be able to paint, cut and glue.
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Let’s dive into the project . . . 
DIY Valentine Box
Collect These Supplies

Oval wood box
acrylic paint – I used Martha Stewart bedding
pug-face pattern
moss rubber – in different colors (light brown, dark brown, red)
Mod smorgasbord – Hard Coat or Sparkle (optional)
Glitter adhesive letters
Wiggly eyes
- scissors
hot glue gun

Paint your wooden box and let them dry. You give him another coat. Once this is dry, coat your Valentine's day box with Mod smorgasbord and let it dry. This is optional, but I think a perfect Mod hodgepodge formula for these is the Glitter. It is the perfect bling for the holiday! 
Print out your pug-pattern – to do you don’t have it in color, I have only this, so you could see the different colors.
section of the pug's head out of the foam, based on the colors in the pattern. You’ll end up with separate pieces . . . 
. . . the look of something like this.
you bring the foam pieces onto a piece of thicker paper, foam, or even a cereal box. Glue or hot glue the pieces to the bottom.
Add the wiggly eyes with hot glue as well – and the nose and the tongue.
won your pug Valentine’s day-field’t, until you add the wrinkles and highlights on the surface, you’ll do that with a Sharpie, and the pattern shows you where to add these lines (you can a few more wrinkles about the eyes, if you want to).
as soon As your pug's face is complete, cut the head and glue it to the front of the box, right below the buckle (so that the top unglued). The shutter should operate to be able to the behind the head.
Cut a large hot for the top of the box – and a number of smaller hearts in various sizes add to the rest of the box.
Paste the letters spelling out “pugs and kisses” on the top of the box, in the great heart. 
Then glue the remaining hearts on the field – and add little accents to the heart with the Sharpie. Let it dry before using.
children can use the box on your Desk and let the Valentine's day, fill it!
I love that you can use it from year to year, and this sweet little box is ideal for gifts or candy, to. Happy Valentine’s day!

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