So as promised here is another door hanging box. We have been to Disneyland a few times in the last year and the kids always want to buy something. So I came up with Disney Dollars. It was an easy way for them to earn some spending money and a little lesson in management and keeping track of it. When they are do something worth rewarding then I give them a Disney Dollar.
One box holds the Disney Dollars I have to give and the other hangs on the door.
I forgot to weld the door hanger and the sweetheart box. Ugh!
Here is what it looks like before it's put together.
And now put together.
These are the Disney Dollars. I used clip art to get the Mad Hatter and the font is from a free fonts website and is called Alice in Wonderland. I made them in $1, $5, and $10 increments. They are the size of a standard business card so it was easy to print several sheets of each. I also made one with a Buzz Lightyear theme and Star Wars theme. (those are the kids choices Mad Hatter is my favorite so I chose to make one with him)
Then I took some padding bond that I got from Chica & Jo to make then into notepads. This makes it much easier to keep then in one place and it's kind of fun to tear them off.
On the hanging box I cut a slit in the top that will allow me to just drop in the Disney Dollars when they are earned.
I used Elegant Edges to create my background and Disney Classics for the Mad Hatter. This cartridge is a must have if you love Disney!
The "mad" is cut from Happy Hauntings and the $ is from Birthday Cakes. The card stock and ribbon are from Stampin' Up: Kiwi Kiss, Taken with Teal and the new Pool Party. The twine is from The Twinery.
I hope you have enjoyed another idea for my door hanger boxes.