As someone who creates wedding calligraphy, I am always devastated to put gorgeous handwritten place cards, menus, table numbers, etc. into a remarkably unremarkable priority mail box for shipping to the bride. Priority mail flat rate boxes can be great to ship in because of their unwavering price regardless of weight, but let’s face it: they’re boring.
This is a dilemma that I have pondered over the past few months, and finally the obvious answer came to me: decoupage. Here, I will show you how I easily transformed a plain priority mail flat rate box into a lovely vessel for wedding calligraphy. Of course, you could (and should!) use this technique for any occasion. I can’t think of one friend of mine who wouldn’t appreciate the extra effort, and I am sure you can say the same.
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