Guest Post: Lil’ Luna

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We have a s p e c i a l  guest today…! 

I am so happy to be Guest Posting 
here on C.R.A.F.T.!

My name is
Kristyn and I run Lil’ Luna.
I like to think of it as a place where anyone can find Cute, Inexpensive, Fun and Awesome Ideas, Crafts and Recipes for any and ALL occasions.
Go on over and check it out!

Today, I’d like to show you how to make a Scrapbook Pail.
What’s great about them is they’re pretty easy and could be made for any occasion depending on what scrapbook paper you choose.

-Clear Pail (found at Michael’s, Joann’s, Hobby Lobby)
-Scrapbook Paper
-Brad Punch
-Paper Cutter
-Treats to fill it up with


1. Begin by cutting your scrapbook paper using a paper cutter. Cut it the height you want it. In this case, I cut it 3 inches tall. Set aside.

2. Since your original piece will not be long enough to go all the way around the pail you will need another piece to go underneath. Cut your paper that will go underneath a little shorter than your original piece. I cut mine 2.75 inches tall, by 4 inches. Tape this piece to your pail.

3. Take your original piece of scrapbook paper, turn it over and mark the middle. Then mark one inch to either side of the middle.

4. Bring ends of paper together and punch a hole using a brad punch in the three marks.

5. Add brads to holes and tape paper onto pail.

6. Lace up brads using ribbon or tulle.

7. Cut circle for top of pail and add a tag if you’d like.

8. Cut 4-5 pieces of ribbon or tulle and add to pail handle.

9. Fill pail with goodies (or teaching treats for teacher in this case).

That’s all you do.

Super cute.
Super easy.
Thank you SO much Krystin for the great idea! Be sure and check more of her FUN ideas HERE!


  1. So cute!!!! I love that it's filled with crayons!! I should make this for my girls! They would love it :)

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