DIY Jewelry Box

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Introduction: DIY Jewelry Box

About: Hey, I'm Muhaimina! A Craftaholic person (or Witch if you may say!). Obsessed with swirls and polka dots... and Instructables is pretty much my second home! Follow my IG Blog https://www.instagram.com/the_craf…

Girls love to own unique jewelry boxes. You can simply buy jewelry boxes form stores, but if you can make your own jewelry box it'll be unique. This instructable shows you how to make a simple, easy & pretty jewelry box out of cardboard. Make one for yourself, gift a friend or anyone special. It's sooo easy to make :)

Step 1: Materials Needed

To make cardboard jewelry box you'll need:

  1. Cardboard,
  2. Pencil and ruler,
  3. X-acto knife,
  4. Fabric,
  5. Scissors,
  6. Hot glue gun,
  7. White glue,
  8. Yarn.

Step 2: Making the Box and Lid

Cut out 6 pieces out of cardboard,

A (box), B (lid) and C's as shown in the picture of this step.

Notice that I've drew 3 lines (oink, yellow & blue), make sure that pink + yellow = blue.

Now fold up the four sides (of A & B) & use glue or scotch tape to stick them.

Step 3: Covering the Box With Fabric

Cover the box and lid with fabric.

You can use any kind of fabric.

Cover it with fabric as neatly as possible.

Step 4: Adding Inner Layers

Stick the four pieces (C) inside the box as shown in the picture.

You can cover the inside of the box with fabric if you like.

Step 5: Adding Border

Apply glue along the sides off the lid and then stick the yarn.

Decorate the lid with yarn. Use white glue to stick the yarn.

Step 6: Decorating

You can add beads, stones, threads, small mirror pieces, anything to decorate the box.

Enjoy!

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13 Comments

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veshiniv
veshiniv

Question 2 years ago on Step 1

What measurements can be used

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786Ayesha
786Ayesha

9 years ago on Introduction

I like your Ibles.I love these types of craft work.I do with my play school kids.

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Muhaiminah Faiz
Muhaiminah Faiz

Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

I'm glad you liked it Ayesha! I love doing easy crafts ... Thank you :)

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786Ayesha
786Ayesha

9 years ago on Introduction

I like your Ibles.I love these types of craft work.I do with my play school kids.

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

9 years ago on Introduction

Very cute - covering it with fabric makes it look so nice. :D

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sunshiine
sunshiine

9 years ago on Introduction

I will experiment and see what I can do! Thanks for sharing your hard work! Have a splendorous day!
Sunshiine

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af choudhury
af choudhury

9 years ago on Introduction

Ah that's really great....I can make it easily....Thanks for sharing....