16 April 2011

Charm/Jewlery Case Reconstruction

The perks of cleaning your room every so often is magically finding random things that you “thought” you lost. Before I begin, let me share a little something. Buying watches are one of my many obsessions and you can imagine that over the years of buying them, I've accumulated many watch boxes. I recently rediscovered this box and decided to perform a reconstruction.

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Here is a Roxy watch box that I wanted to throw out, but figured that I should put practical use to it instead. Although the process is not photographed, I used black acrylic craft paint. I know it wasn't a wise choice to use because the paint isn't going to hold on well but I didn't want to spend money buying more materials. :)

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I found the box quite dull and decided to decorate it. I used the backing of a border sticker (that I was going to throw away) and glued it on to the box.

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Here is the final product, finished and ready to use!

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Please tell me what you think and thanks for looking!

7 comments:

Asami said...

That turned out really great! Way cuter afterwards. I'd put it on my desk. ^_^

*~kAy~* said...

so cute! <3
It matches your folder holder right beside it! :p

naomemandeflores said...

What a great idea! Now it's a totally adorable box!


Camila F.

Danielle said...

You completely rescued it! Looks great.

BeauxsMom said...

it came out so nice wish i was as creative as you

Katherine said...

Snaaaaazy, so crafty Alice.

Beautyshades said...

it looks much nicer now.

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