Faux slatted/pallet tissue box Designed by Tanvi Shah

Hello everyone,
Tanvi here

Hope you all are having a wonderful crafty time.

For my post today I am sharing a decoupage tissue box in which I have created a slatted/pallet look with the latest Decoupage Specialty release by Bob n Betty “Imperial”

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These are the supplies from Bob N Betty we need for the project – chipboards, decoupage papers & leather paper.

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Measure the sides of the tissue box. Trim the chipboard & decoupage papers 1 1/2″ wide.

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The tissue box was painted with black acrylic paint. For the top I have used leather paper to coordinate my choice of red & black decoupage papers.  Decoupage the paper on all the chipboard pieces with mod podge.  Glue them on the sides of the box with mod podge. Remember to use a thick layer of mod podge since these are chipboard pieces. Once you cover all the sides seal the pieces with mod podge & varnish.

Here are some more close ups –

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Love the beautiful slatted/pallet look on the box & the classic leather top! Do you?

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Papers used here : 

 

Thank you for stopping by today!

Happy crafting.

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5 thoughts on “Faux slatted/pallet tissue box Designed by Tanvi Shah

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