Here's a quick little DIY you can make in about fifteen minutes or less. I repurposed 4 cardboard corners and decorated them with some washi tape and dollar store alphabet stickers. As usual, I've had these photo frame cardboard corners in my scrap box for a while before I discovered what I can do with them.
The four corners fit into each other quite nicely like a puzzle, but one simple enough for my five-year-old niece Zara to solve. Plus, since the puzzle forms a box, I decided to store a little surpirse in it for her!
I added the alphabet stickers so she can disassemble the puzzle and spell her name.
Check out the photo tutorial if you'd like to see how I made this quick but ingenious little DIY!
P/S: I also made a trinket box for my little niece Dina with a used plastic box. Here it is:
4 photo frame cardboard corners
1. Stick washi tape along the length of the cardboard corners.
2. If you want, you can also tape the inner length of the corners as well.
3. Choose the alphabets you'd like to use.
4. Stick one alphabet on one side of each corner.
...and you're done!