I have been collecting old jewelry boxes for a bit of a project. I have found some at yard sales and thrift stores.None of them cost more than a couple dollars. These are a few of the collection. The blue one was in bad shape on the outside but the inside was in tact, best of all it was lined in a hot pink velvet. The second one down had old stickers glued to it and some of the paint was chipped. The last one is actually from Target from a couple years ago.The project was to revamp them for use in some of my parties.This is what I came up with:
I new this one had to be based on the Glass Slipper Ball. So I added a figurine, some paint and some glitter and bippity boppity boo we have a smashing little jewelry box.
This next one is probably my favorite. Although I can't take credit for the Fairy (I also found her at a thrift store)I am really happy with how it turned out.
Finally my sleeping beauty inspired jewelry box. Sure it's dreamy but it just doesn't feel like a party without the other two fairy godmothers. Guess I will have to hit some yard sales next week!
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