How is your weekend going on? I hope you are having great time with your dear family & friends, Or may be with social media & your smart gadgets? haha.. I know life is going strange these days because of social media influence in our life! Agree?
Anyways! A girl contact me last week & asked about some dough crafts & recipe. Today I am going to share her creativity, Sarah is inspired by my creative ideas & she made a jewelry box inspired by my Jewelry Box Decoupage. She contact me for asking something about my recipe of homemade clay/dough.
Sarah did great job by decorating a box with foil sheet & dough flowers. It really looks some antique metal box. Have a look here :
Jewelry Box Decorated with Dough Flower-Foil sheet
How beautiful, Sarah did it wonderfully. I really appreciate the way she did it.
How-To Decorate Jewelry Box
She told me about the process, that’s pretty simple & easy!
First of all, Make texture on foilsheet by crushing it with hands (which is usually used in kitchen) So there will be a texture like this
Paste the sheet on the box with any transparent glue. Then use spray paint of any colors of yours choice. You can also use spray paint before giving texture to it but that’s okay if you will do it later.
Sarah pasted these dough flowers on the box with glue & then painted those too.
Sarah designed this bangle holder box with the same method but she pasted pistachio shells here, they look as they are big rhinestones. Isn’t it?
How cute is this idea as well as glass bangles :)
Sarah’s jewelry box is inspired by my this jewelry organizer DIY, As I keep it simple, so my box is plain. See here:
This collection of my bling bling jewelry from about two years back, Now I have some more heaps of jewelry actually! I don’t wear this much but I like collecting these artificial jewelry specially rings.
This above box is brown paper decoupaged & then I pasted my handmade dough flowers on the box. It was a recycling too. I decorated this box which was a sweets box previously. You can check my recipe of dough making here:
You can save this dough for 3 months maximum. It’s a no bake clay as well. You just need to air dry your creations!
Thank you Sarah for sharing your creativity with me & my blog readers. I am glad to see your beautiful creation!
Are you inspired by Creative Khadija Blog? Have you ever tried something you learn from my tutorials? I would like to see your creativity! feel free to share with me for a chance to get featured here. You don’t need to have a blog. Just share the images with me & I will compose the article :) Contact Here!
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Have a great day friends :)