Sunday, March 3, 2019

Rotating Princess Jewelry Box with Video (For Sale!)

I've had this idea in my head when I first saw Eileen Hull's new "Treasure Box" and "Stacking Drawer Box" dies. Graphic 45's Princess collection immediately came to mind for a Princess-themed rotating jewelry box. I got right to work and enjoyed a week of crafting and creating it. 


With the addition of some metal accents I've accumulated over the years and some pretty trims, this came together nicely.


Secret doors secured with magnetic closures reveal pretty little envelopes with cards inside...


...and a Princess diary. (Made by hand as you'll see in the video below.)


The top is adorned with the pretty Peach Rose Bouquet from Graphic 45, along with ornate metal corners and a gold finial at the center which serves as a knob to turn the rotating jewelry box.

I hope you have a moment to check out my video below. There's somewhat of a tutorial halfway through to help you understand how it came together if you're interested in making your own. 

This item is one of a kind and will be listed for sale in my Etsy Shop tomorrow (March 4, 2019) at noon EST. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thanks for stopping by today. Have a great week!






27 comments:

  1. Dreamy gorgeousness & GENIUS configuration constructon of Eileen's dies. I love this graphic 45 collection & all the projects you have been creating with it. YAY!*☆♡☆* HUGS YOU ARE LOVED!

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    1. Gosh, thank you so much Jenn! So happy you like it. What a sweet comment. You make me love my job!

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  2. This is just amazing! You are so creative! Thanks for all the inspiration.

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    1. Thanks Barbara! It was a pleasure to create so it means a lot that you like it.

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  3. This is absolutely amazing, Annette! You have outdone yourself! Such a clever use of the dies and paper! Love it!

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    1. Aw, Susan, thank you so much. You made my day!

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  4. Simply stunning Annette. This will definitely be treasured by the lucky little princess! Happy Crafting!

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    1. Thanks Michelle. Happy papercrafting to you as well.

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  5. This is gorgeous Annette, such a wonderfully clever design and those papers are just perfect! I have just got the dies and now want to make one, thanks so much for the inspiration. Hugs, Anne xx

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    1. Thank you Anne, so much. If you make one, you be sure to tag me so I can check out your fabulous work. Hugs back to you!

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  6. Beautiful Annette...! Thanks for sharing your talent!

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    1. Hi Susanne, and thank you! So happy you like it. Your comment means a lot to me. Thanks!

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous and so creative!

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  8. Annette, this is absolutely awesome!! Such a cute and creative use of materials and tools! Amazing! I love all your projects, you are my inspiration!
    Thank you for sharing this with us
    Kind regards from Germany
    Anka

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    1. Anka, thank you so much. Very kind of you! I’m so happy you like it.

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  9. Beautiful project and so sweet and useful. Love the tutorial and your ideas for these dies. Thank you for sharing this wonderful creation. Love love it! :)

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    1. Thanks so much Roxanne. I’m so happy you liked it as well as the tutorial. It was certainly fun to construct and create.

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  10. I don't know what would be more fun - playing with this as a child or making it as a former child. Just beautiful and love the little secrets!

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    1. I would have LOVED this as a little girl, but it was totally as much fun to make it! I agree.

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  11. I love the tutorial and your ideas Thank you for sharing this wonderful creation. 😍😍😍

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  12. This is beyond fabulous Annette! I LOVE every detail, and all the hidden surprises!!!

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