Step seven:  Use a wet washcloth to dampen the transfer paper.  When the paper is wet enough you will see the image show through. Carefully peel off the paper to reveal the image underneath. This is why I love image transfers….see how the paint color shows through? Awesome!
Step eight: Die cut pink cardstock.  Use Mod Podge to attach the paper to the box as pictured.  Seal with more Mod Podge.
Step nine: Use pink Mod Melts with Mod Molds to make the crown and heart embellishments.  (For more details on how to use Mod Melts and Molds, click HERE.) Attach the embellishments to the box with a dab of the pink Mod Melt as glue.
Step ten:  Finish off the tote box with a pink ribbon handle. First I stapled a ribbon in place, then I made and hot glued bows on either end of the ribbon handle.
This colorful, custom tote box is so adorable that I want to keep it for myself! My daughter is so excited about her new tote, and she’s already filled it with Shopkins.  My youngest son asked for a tote box with superheroes, and that will be easy to customize since I can use Mod Podge to transfer anything I can print!  To see all my image transfer tutorials, click HERE.
Plaid Crafts is generously giving away several prizes as part of their anniversary celebration.  I’m thrilled that I get to offer my readers one of the prizes! This Mod Podge prize pack, valued at $50, includes:
-8 OZ. M/P Matte
-8 Oz. Dishwasher Safe Gloss  
-Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium 2 Oz. Carded
-Mod Podge Silicone Craft Mat
-Mod Podge 7 Piece Tool Kit
-M/P 4pc Spouncer Set
-M/P 4pc Foam Brush Set

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