To start my project I found a small wooden box in my stash that was bare wood. It had a glass top on it but i decided to take it off and just create a pretty lattice design for the base and then color a pretty rose to put on top of it. I stamped the flower and the sentiment first on white paper in a dark green ink and then embossed it in clear powder. Then i colored it with 3 shades of Copic pens and 2 shades of green that matched really well. When i finished i cut it all out and adhered it to the top of the box with 3D Foam dots by Scrapbook Adhesives. It's really simple but i like how it came out.
For the box i painted it all white first and then after i added all the top pieces i went back and added some light pink paint and a bit of darker pink to shade it and match the flower. And then i got a little crafty and added a stenciled design on the sides with white gesso. I think i am going to sand it down a bit and paint a thin layer of white over it later but it was fun to try something new and think outside the box for decorating things. Below is a photo of the things that i used for my project. It's always good to see what new things others try so that you feel confident investing and trying it too.
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