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« on: July 01, 2012 01:45:02 PM »

So I'm going off to college in the fall and realized I probably need better organization than an empty makeup container and a glass vase for all my jewelry. So, off to the thrift store to buy a jewelry box I went...And I ended up with a pretty big, white faux-leather jewelry box that screamed for decoupage.
So, I found old pictures, fortune cookie fortunes and concert tickets, as well as printing pictures out from the internet...And set to work! It's all Mod Podge-d with Hard Finish Mod-Podge, it says it's for furniture, so I guess it should hold up well...Honestly I just couldn't get the other container of Mod-Podge open.

Here's the top of the box, it has three parts that open up.


The left section has all Doctor Who stuff.


The middle has all Harry Potter.


The right has all Avengers.


Here's the front, it has...Everything...But I tried to put my Dr. Horrible pictures here.


The left side.


The right side.


The back.


And with all the compartments open.


Also...Some crappy cell phone pictures of before (I didn't think to take good Before pictures until after I started gluing)


And with everything open.


Thanks for looking!
Comments and criticisms are appreciated!
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misskohaku
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2012 02:33:20 PM »

This is fantastic! You did an awesome job! I might be biased though, I love all of those movies/shows. XD
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madcrafter
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2012 02:38:12 PM »

Really cool!
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