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DIY Clay- Jewellery box makeover

I am so excited to share a creation today from one of craftionary’s readers. Farah Gul
She loves to craft and makes beautiful things for her home. She was sweet enough to send me her tutorial on how she reinvented her mini jewelery box with flowers made from Italian dough. 

Jewelry box reinvented 
      Bored of old useless, dull and fainted jewelry box and thinking of throwing it away. Give it a new life with flowers. 


YOU WILL NEED:

  • Old jewelry box
  • Italian dough in red and green color (check out this step by step recipe by Craft A World)
  • Glue gun
  • Tooth pick
  • Lacquer spray
  • Golden spray paint

MAKING ROSES AND LEAVES:

ROSES

  • Grease your hands with petroleum jelly or cold cream so that the dough will not stick to your hands. Then take some red dough and flatten it on your palm. Roll it into a rose bud
  • Now make two small and three large balls with the red dough
  • Mold them into drop shape using your fingers and flatten them on your palm to shape them like petals
  • Now press the petals around the rose bud, starting with the smaller petals and ending on the larger ones
  • I made twelve small and one big rose for the middle

LEAVES

  • Take some green dough form a ball and shape it into a drop
  • Flatten it on your palm and shape like a leaf
  • Form impressions on the leaf using tooth pick to give details
  • I also added some red shade on the leaves using color
  • I made six leaves for the jewelry box

Leave them to dry and spray lacquer for protection when they dry



DECORAING JEWLRY BOX:
Clean and spray the box and it’s lid with the colored spray and leave it to dry. Arrange your flowers and leaves on the lid and paste them using glue gun
Hope you enjoyed the tutorial
Thanks Farah!

A few of Farah’s projects that she made at home:
Flower arrangement

Ceramic imprinted bottle craft

Cute pencil holders

Vegetables made with dough
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14 responses to “DIY Clay- Jewellery box makeover”

  1. Hi,

    Your so cute.. I am Hani.. SAHM means stay at home mom.. 🙂
    thanks..

  2. kitchenmorph says:

    hello sahm

    then who's hani?? i like your colorful blog 🙂 very nice catalog here. love the ceramic crafted bottle…keep it up!!

  3. Ellie says:

    Your blog is great! I'm so glad you stopped by today and entered the giveaway!

    Ellie
    http://homestitched.blogspot.com

  4. farah gul says:

    dear hani, im glad 2 share my creation on ur blog. plz all visitors give me feed back.
    thnx

  5. Anonymous says:

    oh wow farah… gr8 job yara…

  6. Anonymous says:

    OH THE JEWELLERY BOX IS SO BEAUTIFUL I LOVE IT

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  12. Wow! That was a great way of redecorating old boring jewelry boxes. It's quite easy. Thanks for the marvelous info. I think I'll try this one out.

  13. farah gul says:

    A bundle of thnx to all of u .really it was grt experience at craftionary

  14. […] Our today’s guest contributor is Farah. She does not blog but loves to share her cute projects with us! Let me tell you something before we start on today’s project. When I was a very new blogger, she was one of the sweetest people who reached up to me to contribute at craftionary. Farah is not new to Craftionary. She loves to make Italian dough crafts, if you would like to see the jewelry box makeover by her, go here. […]

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