The Original Jewelry Box.
The jewelery box had a varnish finish on it, so I needed to sand it down to help the Mod Podge and paper adhere better.
Once I had measured all sides of the box and cut my papers to size, it was time to lay down the Mod Podge. First apply a thin layer, lay down your paper, clear out any air bubbles and then apply another thin coat of Mod Podge on top.
To help me cut the paper to size for my mirror top, I used the clear plastic packaging from my chipboard pieces to trace with a slick writer and make myself a template for my patterned paper.
After all the papers were in place, I marked the center of my drawers and then hot glued my drawer pulls on. I used tapestry beads topped with a gem for my drawer pulls.
Next apply your chipboard pieces and I also added a string of pearl trim.
Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope I was able to give someone else a great idea to treat their little girl to!