Jewelry Box Simple TUTORIAL!

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Do you realize how difficult it is to find a jewelry box? I had no idea until I was in the market for one. I would finally find one, then I would look at the price tag, only to find that it was anywhere between $25-$70! I was not going to spend that on a jewelry box for Harper’s room! I was able to make one for about $8, but I had a few of the items laying around the house, if you don’t already have items around your house, it would still only cost you about $15.
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What you’ll need…
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*Jewelry centerpieces/brooches (mine were on clearance)
*OPTIONAL- vinyl and vinyl cutter
1. Spray paint your entire plastic container and drawers. This spray paint is very high quality and it doesn’t take much to cover all of your surfaces.
2. Glue your jewelry pieces to your drawer pulls.
You are done if you don’t want to add the vinyl details!
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3. If you do want to add vinyl detail, find the design you want to put on your box, and cut it out.
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4. Put your vinyl on the sides of your container.
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Now you have a legitimate looking jewelry box without much effort, time, or money spent!
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Comments

  1. Miss Emily says:

    Hi!

    I was hoping to find out if the paint stayed very well. I’ve got some plastic drawers I want to paint to match the current color scheme of my room and was wondering how well the paint lasts.

    thanks!

    emily.

    someday-baby.blogspot.com

  2. Miss Emily says:

    Hi!

    I was hoping to find out if the paint stayed very well. I’ve got some plastic drawers I want to paint to match the current color scheme of my room and was wondering how well the paint lasts.

    thanks!

    emily.

    someday-baby.blogspot.com

  3. Miss Emily says:

    Hi!

    I was just wondering how well the paint held up after a few months of use/wear and tear.

    Thanks!

    Emily

    someday-baby.blogspot.com

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