I have been holding onto 2 of these for a the last few months. My daughter would ask what I was planning to do with them, and my answer would always be vague.
I turned these cheese wedge boxes into these:
The one on the left is for my mother, and the one on the right is for my daughter.
|Mother's trinket box side with trim|
I found out, after trimming all the paper away from the intersecting edges on my daughter's trinket box, that trimming wasn't necessary. The thin scrapbook paper folds sharply and when glued down, doesn't keep the lid from closing on the bottom of the box. Next time, I won't trim away the excess. I would advise though to let it cure overnight by keeping the lid on the box. That way it dries to the ideal shape to fit onto of the bottom.
|Daughter's trinket box side with trim|
Each box has a surprise in the bottom.
|Interior: Mother's trinket box|
|Interior: Daughter's trinket box|
Each box also has a set of diskpics of my daughter's graduation.