How To Make A Perfect Stash Box — A Quick Guide
A stash box is a handy thing. If you have been hiding your weed in a boring Tupperware, it is time to stop doing this. Legal cannabis deserves better.
Good news: you can make a perfect cannabis stash box all by yourself. Make it personal, make it useful — and just enjoy using it. The recipe is simple: find a box, grab supplies, get creative (maybe even smoke some to get pumped?). Here’s a simple guide to your perfect stash box.
Step 1: Select A Right Box
Before getting a box, decide where you want to keep it. Measure and write down approximate dimensions to look for. Another thing to consider is how much cannabis you want your stash box to hold. After deciding on these things, head to Container Store, consignment boutique, or estate sale to find a perfect box for a reasonable budget.
You may want to look for old jewelry boxes, cigar boxes, recipe boxes, or tool boxes. If you want something simple, you will quickly find plain wood boxes in craft stores.
Step 2: Get Some Supplies
Craft stores are also perfect for getting all the materials you want. Here’s a list of supplies you may want to check out:
- Superglue (or hot glue gun)
- Acrylic paint
- Spray paint
- Painter’s tape
- Old magazines (for decoupage)
- Decorative paper
- Fabric scraps
- Beads or sequins
Step 3: Make Your Box
Start with whatever materials you have chosen. Line the box with fabric, paint the exterior, add stickers inside and out, or do anything you want. Here’s a list of suggestions:
- Use smaller sections to hold joints and flowers; use larger sections to hold pipes or other large items.
- Organise it wisely: use different colors or stickers to mark sections with different things or products.
- Make it your own: give the box personality, add plenty of glitz, or just paint it with neon green. Why not?
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