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MDF Box !

Ever since I started working in association with Craftslane and their awesome MDF products, I have been in love.
Their MDF products have such wide range and of course great finish and quality. So, yes you will be seeing a lot of MDF gorgeousness on my blog and that too very often :D

This week I worked on this fabulous MDF square box which could be used for anything really - jewellery box, chocolate box, trinklet holder, gift box, just about anything.

I tried combining decoupage with stamping(have been missing it off late :)) this time and loved the results.

Here's the before and after of the project.

Is it gorgeous or what?  :D

Here are a few more pictures for you.

And here is how it all came together :)

1.  Start with the fabulous MDF box and give a coat of white. I used spray paint as I was feeling adventurous but acrylic works great too :)

2. Let it dry. Use sand paper and get some of the paint off the box and give it a more shabby look.

3. Use your favorite pattern paper(I am using this gorgeous paper from Fabscraps), cut it to size and cover the lid using mod podge (follow the over and under rule always :)). For the sides, cover them completely or cut stripes like I did for more interest.

4. To decorate, I used another beautiful paper from Fabscraps to white heat emboss some flowers and fussy cut them. I glued the first layer of flowers down using Mod Podge so it is flat of the box. Then I layered smaller flower to add dimension and give it a fuller look. Kaisercraft pearls complete the flower and make them prettier.

5. I also used a left over negative die cut for the lid after heat embossing it in black and a little bit of tulle for the dreamy effect.

I hope you liked it and will give decoupaging a MDF product a try soon! I am entering this for Crafters Corner Challenge#11- Anything Goes 

See ya!


  1. Lovely box Ujjwal. Happy to see your stamped flowers back!

  2. AWESOME ! lovely creation & love the colours :) Love ur work ujjwal!

  3. what a gorgeous box! love it!

  4. The faux mosiac look is gorgeous !

  5. This is beautiful. Pleasing colors. I loved the stone background. Thank you for the instruction.

  6. Ohh Wow Ujjwal.....very much informative and result is Awesomest....!! DAMN BEAUTIFUL!!

  7. muito bonita caixa parabens compartilhando


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