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Guide To Designing A Jewelry Box At Home

Is your jewelry dispersed across the room, such as on the dressing table, side table, etc., since you broke your jewelry box and are too busy with domestic duties and a job at the office to make the time to go to the market for a jewelry box? We’ve got you covered, so don’t worry. We’ll provide instructions on how to quickly create a jewelry box at home that is simple, easy to make, and elegant.

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Take a large piece of cardboard that is 14.5 cm long and 18 cm wide. Lay this card down on the desk. Take another piece of cardboard that is 18.5 cm wide and 3.5 cm long. Put it on the large cardboard’s bottom side. Then, attach two more strips of cardboard on the left and right sides of the large cardboard, each measuring 14 cm in width and 3 cm in length. Place another piece of cardboard, 18 cm wide and 3 cm long, on the upper side of the larger cardboard. Now, wrap a colorful computer sheet over each of these cardboard pieces. Now, create more short strips to design the box’s interior portions. To make it elegant, use the same color on all the cardboard strips, no matter what color you decide.

Attach those four strips to the big cardboard piece placed in the middle. It has now acquired the form of a box. Combine the other short strips within the box to form portions for jewelry sets or items. This jewelry box needs a covering, which we must create. Take a piece of cardboard according to the jewelry box’s length and breadth. Once again, cut the short strips according to the box’s breadth. Attach these strips to the cardboard by pinning them downward. The covering must now resemble a shoebox cover. Put the cover on the box. You can also design little butterflies, petals, or flowers and attach them to the covering to make it look elegant.