Hello! Today I have a fun project I created using an amazing Lori Whitlock file. The original use of this box is for a Valentine's box. You can see the graphic of it HERE. It is a super cute holder for all those Valentine's the kids will be getting next week. I thought it would be fun to take the same exact file and show you another way to use it so that you can see that it isn't JUST for Valentine's Day!
So, I used the same file (but shrunk it down a bit using my Silhouette Studio Software) and made a flash card box for my 6 year old. She gets new sight words to study every few weeks and I thought this would be a cute way for her to store the index cards. It makes it easy for her to grab the box and study by herself too:
I added a star index card so that she can place the words she already knows behind the star and the ones she is still working on in front of the star.
The box was cut out using some October Afternoon patterned paper and some chalk stock paper for the front panel. I used embellishments from Little Yellow Bicycle and from October Afternoon to decorate it:
You could also make a cute note holder for beside the bed or at your computer desk for different notes you want to jot down or for computer passwords. The possibilities are endless!
I know my daughter loves her new sight word box so hopefully that will make studying more fun for her. Here is a link to the Valentine Box I used. Here is a link to Lori's online store!
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