A Few Modifications and a Paint Job Give This Case a Second Life!
Do you have an old jewelry box you’re been meaning to toss? Take a good look at it and consider turning it into a handy sewing case.
Sarah Ramberg from Sadie Seasongoods found one at a thrift store and with a few modifications turned it into a pretty sewing case. While she calls hers a starter sewing kit, it’s also a great box for hand sewing supplies.
She was drawn to this box because of the tapestry cushion lid, knowing it would make a nice pincushion. By the time she got done, she had a good-looking case that, when not in use, can sit out on a shelf just about anywhere.
Learn how Sarah upcycled her jewelry box at the link below. The tips will help you create one of your own.
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