This is a tall 2-4-6-8 box. I wheeled the CS sheet, punched out the window at one edge. My window is lined with window film. I put the box together with Sticky Tape. I used a yellow rubberband to hold it shut, after punching in on each side with the square 1/4" punch.
Date: Friday, March 3, 2006 GMT Views: 2116
Registered: September 4, 2004 Location: Wisconsin Posts: 7035
Fri, Mar 03, 2006 @ 11:24 PM
Here is the poem attached to the box.
Birthday Survival Kit
For those getting a little “older”
Some money . . .
So you'll have some to burn
A balloon . . .
Let the air out of all your worries
A party horn . . .
So you can toot your own!
A candle . . .
Remember not to burn it at both ends
For when you've fallen and you can't get up
Magnifying Glass . . .
To help you when you read
Rubber band . . .
To give you your flexibility back
An Eraser . . .
so you can make all those lines disappear
Hug and Kiss . . .
Because we really do love you
Registered: February 24, 2006 Location: Posts: 2905
Fri, Jun 02, 2006 @ 7:14 PM
This is such a neat gift and one I will make this weekend. This month is my girlfriend's birthday and she is 20 days older than me. We give each other crazy gifts like this. On our 30th birthday I gave her a wheelchair, 20 days later there were tombstones in my front yard that she made and a sign that declared my home a nursing/retirement home. Thanks for sharing!