I bought an unfinished heart shaped wood box at a craft store for $1.00. I painted the box red. When dry, I stamped the Asian writing with black permanent ink on the left side of the box. On the upper right, I stamped a butterfly in gold pigment ink and heat set. I then sponged the sides and edges of the top of the box with the gold pigment ink and heat set. I sprayed the box with a matte sealer. Next I scoured my yard until I found a small twig that I liked and glued that to the left side of the box. I glued small pink paper flowers to the twig so that it looked like a cherry blossom branch. I finished the box by gluing a carved stone piece under the dragonfly. These boxes make pretty and inexpensive gifts. You can also use it as a gift box for handmade jewelry.