Hi friends, today I’m sharing this wonderful piece of home decor or handy craft room storage with you.
I’ve been wanting something nice and big to hold my paper flowers and will be showing you how you can add extra sections in another video.
I was inspired to make this shape after looking back through some old photos and I saw my own Bureau I used to have, I painted it in Annie Sloane chalk paint and distressed it, it was lovely and now some friends continue enjoying it after I sold when I moved abroad.
The first photo is before and then after, the true colour is the last photo, it looks a little yellow in the middle photo. I finished it with large cut glass door knobs just like in today’s tutorial.
SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE THIS
2mm Chipboard available here.
MEASUREMENTS NEEDED TO MAKE THIS
2mm Chipboard measurements
1 piece of 5.1/2 x 8.1/2 chipboard for the front slope
1 piece of 4″ x 8.1/2 chipboard for the top
1 piece of 5.7/8 x 8.1/2 chipboard for the back
1 piece of 8.1/2 x 8.1/2 chipboard for the base
2 pieces of 5.7/8 x 8″ chipboard for sides
1 piece of 3″ x 8″ chipboard for the front
Pattern paper measurements
2 pieces of 12 x 12 paper joined together to cover the front of the front slope, top & back.
1 piece of 8.1/4 x as long as possible, mine was A3 length pink paper to cover the inside of the case and another piece of 8.14 x 6″ to cover the rest.
2 pieces of 9″ x 8″ pattern paper to cover the sides.
2 pieces of 9″ x 8″ paper to cover in insides of the side panels.
1 piece of 10″ x 5″ pattern paper to cover the front.
1 piece of 10″ x 5″ paper to cover the back of the front piece.
1 piece of 10″ x 9″ to cover the base
1 piece of 7.7/8 x 7.7/8ish to line the inside.
1 piece of 8″ x 5.7/8ish to line the back.
1 piece of 8″ x 8″ paper to cover the underneath of the box.
Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made it.
Stayed tuned for the dividers and draws that I will be adding.
As always thank you for stopping by today, I hope you like today’s tutorial.
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