Today I am going to show you how to make a useful thing out of a useless case I have found in my garage!
To do it, you`ll need the following:
2) fet saw;
4) acrylic paint;
5) PVA glue;
6) craquelure varnish;
7) acrylic enamel.
At first, I measured the length and width of the box, and cut out these details out of fiberboard with fet saw.
Then I glued these details to the case with glue for wood (I PVA glue).
To ensure the construction, put a heavy thing on it. A bucket of plaster would be fine!
After the glue dried, the box has changed.
Then I painted it with acrylic paint (white inside and brown outside).
After that I took a craquelure varnish and applied it with a brush on the outer (brown) side.
As soon as the varnish layer had dried, I applied white acrylic enamel. You may now see the cracks!
What`s next, I painted flowers with acrylic paint on the front and side. Instead of hand painting you can use decoupage!
I applied a layer of acrylic lacquer inside and outside.
A great case is ready! It may be used for numerous purposes. For example, you can place T-shirts or socks, or cream there.
It may also work for books which have no place at home.
I have put my paints there, but you can use it for kitchen cans or towels.
Here is a mini-master class turned out! Can someone come in handy :)