Pizza Box Full of Sunshine

Today I have a fun 3D project to share with you. The Box Full of Sunshine care package idea is where you take a box and fill it full of fun things that are yellow and you decorate the box in yellow and send it to someone to brighten their day. I have seen these before on Pinterest and was inspired by a recent post that Sara Douglass, the CEO of Stampin' Up! posted where she sent a box full of sunshine to a bunch of the Stampin' Up! staff. Her post inspired me to come up with this fun little box. Sara is trying to encourage everyone to share a little sunshine, so if you do make sure you use the tag #ShareSunshine on social media.

I absolutely adore the Gold Pizza Boxes and I hope they never go away! They are beautiful and make any project so glamorous. Paired with the Hello Sunshine sentiment from the Under My Umbrella Photopolymer Stamp Set and the Best Dressed DSP this is an absolutely stunning gift.

Here is a close-up and different angle of the box. Look at the dimension on that rosette!
Special Tools Required! For this project you will need a glue gun. This is the only way I was able to secure the rosette. If you use cardstock or DSP then you could probably use Tear & Tape or Multipurpose Liquid Glue to secure it but for the Gold Foil Sheets only a glue gun worked for me.

I hope you have enjoyed this post and join in on Sara Douglass’ effort to #ShareSunshine. I will probably make a few more of these and surprise some local family members. You can fill them with all sort of fun yellow things. Some fun ideas would be:

- Burts Bees Chapstick
- Yellow Gift Card 
- Fun Size Peanut M&M's (my husband's favorite!)
- Mr. Goodbar Minis (also my husband's favorite!)
- Yellow Post It Notes

You could also pair this with the Love&Sunshine scents from Bath&Body Works. The possibilities are endless!

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Happy Stamping!
Jen


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