Manualitat decoratives amb uns mocadors de paper

Qué us semblaria convertir una simple caixa de mocadors 
Qué os parecería convertir una simple caja de pañuelos 

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I tot gràcies aquest tutorial que he trobar a la pàgina que tenen publicat el tutorial de Pink Striper Stocks. 
Y todo gracias a éste tutorial que he encontrado en la página donde tienen publicado el tutorial de Pink Striper Stocks --- 

Pels que som impacients us el deixo aquí en versió original (en anglès i amb mides de inches) properament us faig la traducció !!!  
Para los que somos impacientes os cuelgo aquí la versión original (en inglés y con las medidas en inches) próximamente os hago la traducción !!!!

DIY Cardboard Whale Tissue Box Holder de pink striper stocks 
Once again, I fell in love with something that I saw on Etsy:  a whale tissue box holder.  Although he was super cute, I couldn't justify spending the money.  So... I crapted my own.

Would you like to make your own whale tissue holder?  If so, read on!

- Pen
- Ruler
- Exacto knife
- Scissors
Tacky glue (I used Aleene's)
- Packing tape
- Paint
- Paint brushes
- Mod Podge
- Foam brush
- Cardboard

1. Measure and cut out
2 pieces of rectangular cardboard, 3 3/4 inches x 9 1/2 inches 
- 2 pieces of rectangular cardboard, 3 3/4 inches x 5 inches

2.  Cut out the shape of a whale tail from a piece of cardboard.  Cut out a small slit at the end of your tail.  Cut out a similar slit in the center of one of your smaller cardboard pieces.  Make sure the tail slides snugly into the rectangle.  

3.  Glue your four rectangular pieces together to create the sides of your tissue box holder.   (I used tacky glue and packing tape to securely attach the pieces together.)  Then, slide the whale tale in and tape it down as well.

 4.  Measure the top of your creation and cut out another rectangular piece of cardboard to place on top.  Cut out a rectangle where your tissues usually come out.

(I made my top rectangle 5 inches by 9 1/2 inches.  It was slightly too narrow, but I used it anyway because I ran out of cardboard.)

5.  Paint your box.  Then, give it a couple of coats of Mod Podge to protect your paint job.