|First trace the shape of the tin onto the back of the paper and cut out.|
|Brush a thin layer of Mod Podge (MP) on the inside cover of the tin. Lay cut paper on top and smooth out any bubbles. Once dry, after a few minutes, apply another thin layer of MP on top and let dry.|
|In the same manner, apply a thin coat of MP to the top and bottom of case and add paper. Let dry.|
|Measure the width of the sides of the top and bottom of the tin and cut a strips of paper to fit. MP to the tin.|
|Add any decorative pieces. I lined the top and bottom of the tin with matching ribbon, and added a paper flower on top.|
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