This is the box we used....
Cut a piece of chipboard the same size as the bottom of the box. You might have to trim until you get a good fit....round of the corners slightly for the candy box. Cover the chipboard with a layer of low loft quilt batting and trim to fit. Then cover with matching fabric.
We selected several motifs that came in the tin...in addition to the yummy candy. Angie chose to do a long thin motif for the scissor keep. Decide how much linen you want to show on the front and fold into a long tube. I slip stitched the top and bottom together for form a flat tube...added two buttons and fringed the ends. This is the back.
Now a picture of the front.
The second motif is going to be attached to felted wool. Decide how much linen you want to show on the front and mark the measurement on all four sides.
Fold back the edges, trim leaving about 1/2 inch all around and attach to the wool with matching thread.
Trim the wool using pinking shears or a rotary cutter with pinking blade---they are wonderful and well worth the price.
The next piece was trimmed, fringed and attached to the wool with beads, or buttons.
Now you have three pieces...you can play around with them until you get a pleasing arrangement.