Wall Decor - Upcycled Snacks Box


I'm back with another upcycled project today, this time it is a quick wall decor! As you might have guessed, it is again using washitape! Have a look first :)

Do you want to know what I upcycled? Empty snack boxes - specifically, the Kind bar ones :) This is how the boxes were before being altered.

All I had to do was wrap the lovely white boxes using Altenew's Watercolor Nebula washitape, and add the words using alphabet die cuts. I have used Honey Bee Stamps' Bee Bold Alphabet dies to diecut from gold designer cardstock and 4 layers of white cardstock. The dimension for the words really adds great interest.

A closer look at the words...

Do you see the dimension using layered die-cuts?

So, that wraps up my quick project! You don't need a lot of materials to adorn your walls, just Altenew's wide washitape is enough :) 

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Thank you for stopping by, hope you like my creation! Do let me know your feedback! Have a nice day :)


  1. ANOTHER FABULOUS UPCYCLING!! It’s wonderful to see you try new things and play with techniques. So glad that you join the fun with my “Show & Share”! WONDERFUL! Very happy to see your lovely work! Thank you for your support!

  2. You are so good at upcycling. And what amazing Art Work fo your wall. I love the dreamy background of each one and then the super gold words and yes I can see the dimension! Thanks for joining Time Out x

  3. Wow... what a cool project! Your use of ink to create that color effect is great! Thanks for playing at Time Out Challenges!
    - Shauna

    1. Thank you :) But the color effect is a washitape :)

  4. Amazing - love these! Thanks for joining us at CountryView Crafts and good luck! Hugs rachel xx

  5. Very cool boxes.
    Thanks for joining us at the Creative Aunt Challenge.
    Greetings Andrea


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