Then I placed score tape on the inside of the design paper and assembled the flap of the lid inward.
Start at any eyelet hole, go upwards from the bottom through one of the top eyelets.
Then pull the ribbon through and your next move is into an eyelet one back and lower from the outside of your project inwards.
Then from the inside, you put your ribbon up through the eyelet that is directly above the hole you just went through in the step above.
Lastly you pull your ribbon through and then move one hole forward and down from the outside inwards. You've completed your X! Congrats! Then I used one stitch more, adjoining one X to the other, but this is not a necessity! The ribbon I used was 1/4 inch multi colored Tiny Sheer Pink/Orange floral organza! It was a delightful match to the DP and just the right size for the eyelets.
The entire DP on the lid was Criss Cross sewn then glued down to the paper mache box lid.
The edges of the box were distressed with Vintage Photo Ink from Ranger, two bows created from three different ribbons ; Sheer Organza White w/Ivory, Sheer Iridescent Peach, and Tiny Sheer Pink/Orange Floral placed together on the top left and bottom right corners top off the crystal dangles that add that girlish sparkle to the project. The beautiful Ballerina image can be found here.