I'm proud to hand my blog over to my talented daughter Olivia Bray today. She was asked by Craft Attitude and Jonathan Fong to do a back to school project using Craft Attitude Printable Film. Without further ado, her she is to share her lunchbox project with you!
Hi! My name is Olivia and I LOVE to craft! Today I'm going to show you how to put your artwork on a lunchbox. Everyone at school will be jealous, but you can teach them how to do it too!
- White, metal lunchbox
- Craft Attitude Printable Film
- Glitter stickers (everything is better with glitter!)
- Glue stick
Draw a picture
Print it on the Craft Attitude film. Follow the instructions on the package and let the printed image dry for at least two hours.
Cut out your picture.
Using a glue stick, apply glue to the lunchbox where you want your picture to go.
Peel off the backing from the film.
Smooth the film over the lunchbox. Be sure to push out wrinkles.
Put stickers on lunchbox.
Tie a ribbon to the handle if you want to and get ready for school!
Here's a picture of me and my new friend Jonathan Fong. He likes the lunchbox.
Be sure to check-out all the other cool, kid-created, back to school projects!
Disclosure: I received product and/or payment in exchange for this post.