Easy-fabric-DIY-jewelry-Box - Mod-related-hodgepodge rock
Mod hodgepodge of a DIY jewelry box with Joel Dewberry ' substances and Mod-hodgepodge. I chose bright fabrics and colors to make a statement!
How do I do it? Mod hodgepodge, of course! What I love about fabric is that, unlike paper, you can decoupage with Large pieces that are very flexible around corners and sides I was able to wrap the fabric around the entire box (the seam in the back).
Can do’t, the with scrapbook paper, unless you want to huge wrinkles, or to cut separate pieces for each side. Here is the DIY jewelry box instructions, and I thoroughly encourage you to try a fuel Mod patchwork project! It’s a lot easier than you think.
Collect These Supplies
FolkArt acrylic paint – Bright Baby Pink (optional), glazed carrots, Wicker White
Mod smorgasbord of fabric and Mod hodgepodge gloss
Small wooden jewelry Box
Joel Dewberry ' "Deer Valley Antler" fabric, peony 1/2 yard
1/2″ Orange Ribbon – enough around the box
1" Flat brush
acrylic Sealer (optional)
prepare you want to the fabric before painting. To do this, wash and dry the fabric (do not use fabric softener). Iron and then lay out on a covered work surface. Wax paper is better, for the of the table cover. With a brush, paint a thin layer of fabric Mod smorgasbord on your fabric. Let it air dry. This allows you to cut the fabric, such as paper, with no ragged edges.
time to cut your fabric pieces. Place the lid top down on the fabric and trace elements. You cut with the scissors. You measure the rest of the box from top to bottom and from side to side with the ruler. Add the inch and cut a strip to go completely in the middle of the box – remember to leave 1/2″ extra for your seam in the back. Set aside.time. I base coated the interior with Bright Baby Pink, but if you just want to buy a few colours, only glazed carrots. Let dry.
Basecoat the lid and the outside of the box with willow White. Let dry.
Around the bottom edge, color glazed carrots as an accent. You can do this with the 1" brush, if you want you can also go smaller. Of Your Choice. Let dry.
This is my favorite part! Part keep the lid and the main fabric using the gloss Mod-hodgepodge. Completely smooth out all air bubbles and allow to dryleave on for 15 to 20 minutes.br>coat the entire box (inside and outside) with at least two layers of gloss Mod-hodgepodge. Let dry.
Go back to the lid and cut the excess fabric around the edge with a cutter knife.
Cut the ribbon and glue it to the top with the craft glue. I cut the spaces to fit the hinges in the back.
Allow the trinket box to dry for at least 24 hours prior to use. I recommend spraying with several coats of acrylic sealer to completely finish your project and add durability.
you Want this jewelry box? You may also want to take this step stool makeover . . . I have the same fabric in a different colorway: