Rub & buff wax
Put on rubber gloves, and set the box on a towel. In a well-ventilated area, use a rag to rub the Rub N' Buff wax all over the inside and outside of the box. Buff and let dry completely.
Cut & glue script paper
Cut script paper to fit each side of the inside of the box and glue in place with craft glue. Do the same for the back of the frame that create the inside top of the box.
Sprinkle embossing powder
Remove the frame insert from the lid and place it and your box on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Sprinkle the embossing enamel generously over top of it and the bottom of the box. You want it covered, but do not want the enamel to ooze over the edges.
Melt & distribute enamel
Place the cookie sheet in a 340 degree oven for 3 minutes or until the enamel is melted. Repeat with a second layer if needed. Repeat this process for each side of the box, turning the box so the side being enameled is always the side it's resting on in the oven. Each side will remelt and drip onto whatever is below it, so before allowing it to cool use a heat gun to help distribute it evenly.
Cut & sand cardstock
Cut a piece of Core'dinations cardstock to fit inside of the frame. Lightly sand to bring out interior color.
Attach nailheads by pressing them through the front of the cardstock and folding down the prongs in back. Be sure to place them so they fit in the open space of the frame.
Decorate with stickers
Use stickers to finish decorating the frame insert.
Install cardstock & apply enamel
Install the cardstock piece inside the frame, backing it with the wooden piece we've lined and enameled for the inside. Repeat the enameling process by sprinkling powder inside the frame and using the over to melt it. Use only a little enamel powder at a time, working one layer at a time. Use a heat gun to remove any air bubbles that develop.
Use clear drying glue to secure a piece of chain around the frame.