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Ten on the 10th

Hey friends! It’s $10 on the 10th. This months theme is Ladybugs. Not gonna lie, I had to pull out the extra creative juices on this one, but I’m pretty happy with what I ended up with. Spring means planting season here in Texas. Which means that we are outside a lot more. When my boys were little I always tried to find a fun outdoor activity to keep them busy while I gardened. Since our theme is Ladybugs, it only stands to reason that I would think of a Ladybug bug box!

bug box

I picked up this colorful bug box at my local Dollar Tree.

It is so fun and colorful, however it was a little plain.

It needed a little something extra.

Plus, if you have more than one little it’s always good to do something that lets each child know who’s bug box is who’s.

Nobody needs a squabble going on while work is getting done!

ladybug vinyl transfer

Step 1

To make my bug box extra special, I cut out this vinyl ladybug on my Silhouette.

If you don’t have a cutting machine there are a ton of vinyl stickers available at craft stores.

vinyl transfer on bug box

Step 2

Apply the vinyl transfer to the bug box.

painting on a bug box

Step 4

Add extra embellishments.

I added a few “dashes” to show the ladybug’s flight.

On the back side I added the child’s name.

Ladybug Bug Box

My Ladybug box is done!

I found this magnifying glass at Hobby Lobby and couldn’t resist adding it to the box.

Super easy and guaranteed to keep littles busy!

Now please join me in visiting the other bloggers to see what Ladybug things they came up with.

Patti – Pandora’s Box

Allyson – Southern Sunflowers

Terrie – Decorate And More With Tip

Barbara – French Ethereal

 

 

Ladybug bug box

                                    If you like it, be sure to PIN it!

 

Tammy from Patina and Paint
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