It was a simple and fun project to do and was made to store a few little odds and ends. I really love the way it turned out and I am considering doing something similar with some bigger boxes. I also think it provides great storage and is a fun craft project that can be done with kids.
Paper mache box
Hot glue sticks
Hot glue gun
1. Cut the decorative paper to fit the top of your trinket box lid.
2. Use mod podge to glue the decorative paper in place on the top of the lid, remove any air bubbles and let dry.
3. Apply several coats of mod podge and let dry between coats.
4. Hot glue twine around the edge of the lid.
5. Hot glue twine on the outside of the box, leaving space at the top of the box for the lid to sit and cover the box securely.
Tip! The top of my trinket box was covered with craft tissue paper, which I printed with a page from "Gulliver's Travels." To print on tissue paper, you may have to bond it to card stock or other printer paper to make it easier to print on.