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« on: September 06, 2004 12:17:29 AM »

I brought this plain box at a craftstore and originally wanted to decopage it. But my fabric box is full and I need to get rid of the littler pieces I have. So I glued this rose fabric to the box.

It's far from beeing perfect, cause I didn't measured exactly and I did it at the middle of the night around one. I think I will seal it with some paint too.
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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2004 04:47:08 AM »

I've been thinking about doing something similar, but did the box already have the dividers in it? or did you make those? I can't find any with the dividers already in it and am too lazy to do it myself ;-) I saw an old cheezy cardboard little girls type at the thrift store the other day, but wasn't sure if the cardboard would hold up being painted or glued.
« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2004 01:10:09 AM »

Yes, the divider-thing was already in. But I don't think it's too complicated to make your own. Eventhough cardboard can be painted and glued, I don't know if it's not too thin for a divider. Why don't you use wood? Just grab a little saw and a file and diy. If you've got a building cente(don't know if that's the right word???) near you, you can ask for left over wood. A friend of mine did that before and because she asked friendly, she got it.

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