Upcycled Jewelry Box

Amy from Mod Podge Rocks recently scored a sweet little jewelry box at Goodwill.  As soon as she saw it, she thought of the perfect way to give it a fresh new look with some Mod Podge and resin.

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Amy started by chipping off the rose detail from the glass insert, then removed the box’s hardware.  She traced all the faces of the box as well as the glass insert on the back of some scrapbook paper.  After cutting out the paper tracings, Amy sanded the box and painted the wood black.  Next she coated the glass insert and box with Mod Podge and positioned the pieces of paper.  Amy gave the entire box two top coats of Mod Podge, prepared her resin, and poured it onto the glass insert on the lid.  After letting it dry, she reassembled the box and added a fun cameo embellishment to the lid.  I love the finished product!  I’d be excited to organize my jewelry in such a pretty box!  Great job, Amy!

mod podge rocks after

Find the step-by-step instructions for how to upcycle a box like this from Amy at Mod Podge Rocks.

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