This Is Us Memory-Dex DIY Wood Box
February 21, 2023
Hello friends! Jennifer here on the blog today to share one of the new Memory-Dex DIY Wood Boxes with you! I am so loving these fun, new products and have enjoyed creating with them! For today's post, I used the 12 Inch High DIY Wood Box as my base! My project is all about my family and I can't wait to show you what I did!
After assembling my DIY Wood Box with wood glue, I painted the sides and inside with black acrylic paint. I left a blank space for where I knew I would be placing patterned paper. Next, with my Beacon Adhesive I applied patterned paper to the front, sides and back of my DIY Wood Box.
While I had my black acrylic paint out, I painted the This is Us Chipboard Word Script Title that I used on my front Divider Card.
Here it is on the Rounded Chipboard Divider Card which I covered in patterned paper and small embellishments. I love the way the black stands out against the paper!
I also painted the House Mini Shaker Shape....only painting the top chipboard frame, as well as the edges of the two middle frames.
And here is my assembled shaker! I thought it would look cute tucked in between my divider cards!
Since my project is about my family, I decided to use the House Chipboard Divider Cards. I simply painted the bottom third with black acrylic paint and covered the top with patterned paper. Most dividers I used a wallet sized photo matted onto white cardstock.
Another cute tuck in! I used the Basic Door Chipboard Embellishment Shape which I painted black and backed the "screen" with patterned paper.
For my Rounded Tab Acrylic Dividers, I colored them with pearlized pink alcohol ink which matched nicely with the collection I used.
Here is a finished card with photo + patterned paper!
I embellished a couple of my divider cards with the Door Knocker Chipboard Embellishment Shapes. I applied Gold Gilding Polish to each of them to give a nice shine.
Here is a close up of one of the House Chipboard Divider Cards with a Door Knocker Chipboard Embellishment Shape.
I also used a few of the Regular Tab Chipboard Dividers as well.
Thank you for stopping by the blog today! You can find all of the Memory-Dex DIY Wood Boxes and Dividers by clicking HERE! Have a wonderful day!
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