What you'll need-
Desired amount of matching pairs of images (I just printed out the sheet of medallions twice)
2 cereals boxes or other scrap cardboard
brayer or rolling pin (optional)
Dollar store wooden display case
Hot glue gun
Paper cutter and scissors
Use your paper cutter to score lines making your images into square pieces. Your cardboard sandwich will be to thick for your paper cutter to trim all the way through so I used it to create straight lines for myself then used a scissors to cut all the way through. You now have a big pile of game pieces.
I spray painted my dollar store display with white spray paint. It had these hangers on the back that I thought added a cute element but I couldn't use them on the back so I took them out and moved them to one side so they hung over the top. The box is made out of soft pine so I had no trouble just screwing it in by hand.
Now to make our cover. Take a piece of card board and trace your box so that you have a cardboard piece the same size. Cut another strip about half inch wide by the same length as your cover piece. With your spray adhesive again, sandwich these pieces in between decorative paper. Leave a small gap (as shown) between the to pieces of cardboard as you glue them down to allow for your lid to bend. Trim the paper down to size and bend the small flap back and forth a few times to break it in.
How do they cram so many Kleenexes into such a small box anyway?