This may look like a simple old jewelry box made of wood but it has something to hide…
…this adorable heart cutout inside!
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I loved the shape of this box and the fact that it was a solid piece of wood. I was hoping that the stains on top would clean up but they didn’t so after keeping it in my stash (almost a year!!!) I decided to paint it.
I took some of my last bit of CeCe Caldwell’s Vintage White (our shop isn’t selling it anymore so you’ll probably be seeing some new colors and brands soon).
Supplies & Tools for Old Jewelry Box Makeover
- CeCe Caldwell’s natural chalk and clay paint
- Canvas Corp Brands Tissuestock, French Script
- Mod Podge
- Americana Decor Light Satin Varnish
First, I traced the heart shape onto a piece of plain white printer paper to use as a pattern for the tissue stock. Then I traced it onto the tissuestock and cut out three heart shapes the same size.
One was decoupaged on the top part of the lid, one on the bottom of the lid, and one inside the box. (Jewelry available in my online shop.)
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Thanks for reading! Leave a comment and let me know what you think I should paint next!
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim