Ever wonder what to do with those cute little cheese boxes that brie and camembert come in? Well, obviously we must eat a fair amount of these types of cheese, because I came up with an idea to keep the boxes out of the landfill, for a while at least. For a birthday gift for the little girl next door, who loves to collect "stuff", I decided to decorate some of these cheese boxes. I went to the craft store and picked out some decorative papers in her favorite colors, namely pink and purple, but with some others mixed in. I also purchased some Mod Podge-something I haven't used since grade school. Then I set about measuring the boxes and cutting out the paper to cover the boxes. That's the longest part of the project, cutting and measuring. Next I coated the box with Mod Podge and pasted the paper onto the box, smoothing it as I went. After allowing the paper to dry I then applied several coats of Mod Podge to the outside of the boxes allowing about 30 minutes drying time between each. The end result I have to admit is pretty fun. This is a good project to try with kids. If their patience runs thin, have them help pick out the papers then cut them when the kids are doing something else and then later have them help cover the boxes. If you find some of the boxes are real tight fitting, they'll be even more so after adding a layer of paper and several more of glue. Mine all worked, but if necessary you can sand down any tight spots with extra fine sandpaper to make them easier to open and close. So, next time you are going to throw out that cheese box...think about repurposing them and giving them away as gifts, or selling them at the school or church craft fair, or if you're not interested in any of that, give them to me...I'll make something of them! In any case, enjoy the cheese, especially the Crave Brothers Petit Frere...mmmmm...delicious!