September 10, 2019

Turning Trash Into A Treasure Upcycling A Box

Hello! Today I am sharing how I upcycled a box that was trash into a pretty treasure that can be used as a gift box, jewelry box or however you like. So often the packaging of things we buy can be used for so many other things that it is a shame to just throw them away.

The Crafter's Workshop has provided me with some of the product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own and I only design for companies that I completely love their products.

Below is a video tutorial showing how I created my project.
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To create my upcycled box I first painted the box with two coats of the TCW9001 White Gesso. Once it was dry I then sprayed the sides with some color mist and sprayed a paper towel with the same color mist using one of the new The Crafter's Workshop Summer 2019 stencils, TCW871 Native Star. Then adhered it to the top of my box with TCW9006 Gel Medium.

Interested in the products I used? Products are linked to multiple shops below, for your convenience.
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I design for several companies because I truly love their products! Anything I recommend on my blog is something that I genuinely love and regularly use. I buy most of my own supplies. However, I do receive some free product to work with and I sometimes make money for the projects I make. I DO NOT get paid for product reviews, I give my honest opinion about the products I use and I will never recommend a product that I do not like or would not use.


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