Upcycled vintage jewelry chest using mixed media techniques

Another up cycling project by using a thrifted vintage box and giving it a makeover. Embellishments are from the dollar store, and the flower are from the Pretty Pale collection by Prima Marketing.

This teal/turquoise, shabby chic and vintage project will be used as a card box containing our messages to one of my friends. She is getting married this summer and we wanted to leave our advices and best wishes to her in a surprise bridal shower.

In this video, you will be seeing the use of a cosmetic sponge instead of a brush to paint the whole canvas. It is a great way to avoid streakiness that brushes tend to leave when the paint dries.


Materials


from Dollarama (dollar store)

Check out this haul video that I made recently which includes some of the items in this project:

  • blue vase fillers
  • 3D swirly stickers

from Michaels

  • Ocean Breeze Acrylic paint
  • Turquoise Satin Acrylic Paint
  • Aquamarine metallic paint
  • Vanilla Acrylic Paint
  • Liquitex Ultra Matte Gel Medium
  • White gesso from Artist Loft
  • Chalk Crackle Medium from ArtMinds

from Scrapbook.com*


from AliExpress

  • Silicone brick wall stamp
  • Vintage laser cut wood design
  • butterfly metal embellishments
  • Sentiment

thrifted items

  • vintage chest

*Affiliate link from Scrapbook.com – should you purchase the product using my link, I might be receiving a small commission based on your purchase. My links will never affect the prices of the products. What I earn will be allocated to improving my content and buying better equipment for better video quality.

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