I know I said I wouldn't be posting until after the little man's birthday party tomorrow, but while I was waiting for the timer to go off while baking cakes last night, I jumped into my craft room and came up with this little ditty!
I was given a 3.5" clear cube photo block from my student at work (she thought I would actually just stick some pictures into it and call it a day!)
I started with the Green Stack from Die Cuts With a View (DCVW) and cut out 3.5" squares from my favorite pages.
I used the cardboard insert that was already inside the cube as a base for my project. I didn't want to fool with trying to adhere the pages to the clear acrylic, so this seemed like an easy option. Make sure to tape all of the loose edges of the box for stability.
At this point, all of your 3.5" papers are little scrapbook pages! Feel free to add pictures, although I went for more of an inspirational piece that I can set on my desk at work.
Keep in mind that dimensional items will need to be adhered to the outside of the box, not actually on your pages. I ended up using a lot of rub-on's and ribbon.
I used Glue Dots to adhere things to the box (super strong hold and tiny enough to not be seen!)
Here are all of my 'pages' after I put things on them and slid the cube back into the acrylic piece (with elements adhered to the outside of the cube):
I just might see this coming as a project to a crop near you
(well...near me!) this Fall!!