By Sarah Meehan
Using two-to-one mixture of water and white glue, cover Papier Mache Video Cassette Holder (5DC-28-0604 - DISCONTINUED) with bits of tissue pattern pieces. Let dry and repeat until you achieve your desired effect. Line bottom and inside back of box with paper from the Periphery Paper Pad by Basic Grey (5BG-CPIP929). Because the box is larger than the paper, you will have to work in sections using strips of paper in order to make the lining cover completely cover the box. Select two additional sheets from the Periphery Paper Pad by Basic Grey (5BG-CPIP929) to act as the focal points of your box. Cut two keyhole shapes from the In My Drawer transparency sheet (5ARDRAWER - DISCONTINUED), and affix to the back panels using Mini Glue Dots (5JV-MINI). Run a strip of Zig Zag Stitch Rub-On Tape by Daisy D’s (5DD-17098 - DISCONTINUED) along the edge of the box. Use a small, hand-held drill to make four small holes for the Antique Skeleton Keys (5DCKEY). Tie the keys in place with scraps of Scarlet’s Letter Fibers by Basic Grey (5BG-BEL812 - DISCONTINUED). Add clock faces from the In My Drawer transparency sheet (5ARDRAWER - DISCONTINUED), and affix to the front of the box using Mini Glue Dots (5JV-MINI).