How to Make a Halloween 2 in 1 Photo Display Box

Early Halloween?!? Yes, it's time to start making Halloween decoration. I have just made this photo display box which fit for a 3x4 photo, but why it is a box? Because this is a 2 in 1 display box.

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How to Make a Halloween 2 in 1 Photo Display Box
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Die-cut shapes from chipboard, cut a rectangular window on one of the pieces

Die-cut shapes from chipboard, cut a rectangular window on one of the pieces

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Adhere pattern papers on both sides of the back chipboard piece, apply distress ink on the edges

Adhere pattern papers on both sides of the back chipboard piece, apply distress ink on the edges

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Cut chipboard pieces to be the box, they are measured 3-1/2"x1-1/2" and 4-1/2"x1-1/2", 2pcs each

Cut chipboard pieces to be the box, they are measured 3-1/2"x1-1/2" and 4-1/2"x1-1/2", 2pcs each

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Form the box shape with tape or connection strips

Form the box shape with tape or connection strips

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Cover in and out with pattern paper and apply Distress Ink on the edges

Cover in and out with pattern paper and apply Distress Ink on the edges

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Here how it looks

Here how it looks

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Adhere on the box base using strong glue, like Glossy Accents

Adhere on the box base using strong glue, like Glossy Accents

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Die-cut another piece of pattern paper for the window

Die-cut another piece of pattern paper for the window

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Adhere on and cut out the excess

Adhere on and cut out the excess

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Die-cut another piece of pattern paper, adhere on the back of the window, cut the excess again

Die-cut another piece of pattern paper, adhere on the back of the window, cut the excess again

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Use a piece of scraps to hold the front window in place

Use a piece of scraps to hold the front window in place

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Trim 2pcs acetate to size, adhere only 3 sides of the second acetate, leave one side for photos to sleeve in

Trim 2pcs acetate to size, adhere only 3 sides of the second acetate, leave one side for photos to sleeve in

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Die-cut chipboard and papers for the top, adhere well

Die-cut chipboard and papers for the top, adhere well

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Cut chipboard with half inch, fold into half, simply color with Black Soot Distress Ink

Cut chipboard with half inch, fold into half, simply color with Black Soot Distress Ink

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Mark the position of the box on the top, where you will stick on the lid holder

Mark the position of the box on the top, where you will stick on the lid holder

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Adhere your black lid holder in place using strong glue, leave to dry

Adhere your black lid holder in place using strong glue, leave to dry

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This is how it look like before decoration

This is how it look like before decoration

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This is how it look like when you open the top and the window

This is how it look like when you open the top and the window

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If you don't put any photos in, it can be a beautiful Halloween home decoration

If you don't put any photos in, it can be a beautiful Halloween home decoration

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Your photos can simply be sleeve in between the acetate window

Your photos can simply be sleeve in between the acetate window

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