Hi, here comes my second box project for the Frog Dog Studio Mixed Media Kit Club with the March mixed media kit. This time I wanted to create a little present set with a tiny DIY notebook inside the box. And this is what I did:
I first cut a piece of corrugated cardboard to match the lid size.
Next I sprayed with the „Silhouette Silver“ and the „Golden Doublooms“ mists (Lindy´s Stamp Gang) over the paper and the let surface dry.
After that I dabbed some acrylic paint (Pebble) here and there for additional grungy effect.
And finally added some rusting powder (Dusty Attic) here and let it do it´s magic.
After that I started decoration the box. The chipboard elements got a layer of mist and acrylic paint over them.
When that layer was dry I applied some black ink droplets here and there (Mantilla black).
After the chipboard pieces were all dry, I added some metal clockwork pieces and a little piece of dry embossed, with alcohol inks treated foil cardstock.
I layered various pieces over each other (also some stickers from the Tim Holtz sticker sheet book that was in the kit).
After finishing the lid decoration, I swapped over to the bottom part of the box and taped a washi tape around the box for additional interest.
After finishing the box I wanted to create a little DIY notebook to go with it and made it the size to fit into the box. For the notebook I cut a piece of kraft carstock, rounded the edges and folded it in the middle. Then I took some notebook paper, cut it to match the book cover size and using a stapled the pages to the cover.
Next I just decorated the notebook cover with corrugated cardboard, foil tape and some Lindy´s Golden Doublooms mist.
I also added some sticker elements and a small chipboard piece on top.
This is what the book looks like after it was finished.
And here is the complete finished set.
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