What you'll need:
Cube tissue box holder (this is not a plain tissue box since tissue boxes will need to go inside of it)
Silver high gloss spray paint
White high gloss spray paint
2 Cereal Boxes
Pink Acrylic paint
White acrylic paint (for touch-ups)
4x 2 inch wooden disks (can be found in Michael's, Hobby Lobby, etc)
Hot glue gun
Extra hot glue
Step 1: Base Paint and Pattern preperation
While that dries, print out the pattern and cut it out.
Cut along the edge of your cereal boxes so that you can open them up and lay them down flat.
Trace the pattern 8 times on the inside of the cereal box. You should be able to get 4 on each box (2 on front, 2 on back). Add in the score lines.
Go outside and put a second coat on your tissue box.
Step 2: Cutting out the corners
Score the cardboard on the penciled lines using your scissors. This will give you a much nicer corner. Score along all your drawn lines.
Now fold along all of these lines. Fold them so that the plain brown cardboard is on the INSIDE, not the outside like I have shown in the following pictures (this was a mistake I corrected later). You can use tape to do this, however, REMOVE the tape before spray painting.
Now, glue the inside to secure the two outer edges. Remove the tape. It should stay together without the tape.
It's easiest to glue the other two corners first, like I've shown in the last image. Then glue the remaining flaps. Just fold them down towards the inside until they touch, then glue them together.
Repeat this 8 times.