diy: jewelry box

 

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A few years ago I bought this anti-tarnish fabric with the hopes to make something with it, but instead it just sat in my fabric stash. I recently came across it again and decided that it was time to use it. I have always been a fan of simple jewelry boxes, and wanted to see if I could make one myself. I used some scraps of quilting batting and wrapped the anti-tarnish fabric around it. My box was 5″ by 5″ by 1″. I used 6 pieces of quilting batting that were 8.75″ by 5″ and 6 pieces of anti-tarnish fabric that were 5″ by 5″. I found that the rolls were a tight enough fit that I didn’t need to glue them down, but you could if you wanted to.

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To start roll your batting into tight rolls.

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Carefully wrap the anti-tarnish fabric around the rolls.

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Place your rolls into the box, and place your jewelry into it.

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Enjoy!

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