Tuesday, 19 February 2013







I mentioned earlier that I was planning to decorate one of these letterboxes. Today I finally started. My idea was to fill all of them with fabric. I haven't glued them all down yet, but I was already so pleased with what it looks like, it was time for a little break. Now to fill all these. I'm sure some Lego will end up in there, and idea I took from Molly. But not just Lego, other things too. It will be fun looking for trinkets to put in here


somepinkflowers said...

love this idea, shin ...
plus it looks FAB !!

i rescued a small one
painted Bright White ...
{{ had to tone it
with some brown }}


i am slowly filling the backs
with old paper
but i have not glued them down yet,
either ...

it is fun !!
for me it is like
i am
a little girl playing
with paper*dolls !!


Jillian in Italy said...

Love this Shin. Must have taken ages to measure and cut out all those squares. I have a ton of little wooden boxes with compartments like this that I have been hoarding for years and had no idea what to do with them. Now I know!

Unknown said...

Thanks Bonnie! Yes it is fun to play with them isn't it!
Thanks Jill, yes it was quite some work to measure and cut, but so worth the work. Now the fun part of filling them starts :)

somepinkflowers said...

{{ me again !!
have not glued anything down
either, shin ...

was wondering
if you have ever used
any of that
"photo transfer cloth
photo transfer paper for cloth"

it is so costly
i thought i would ask around before
buying some ...

ever-so-much !!
spf }}

Unknown said...

Dearest Bonnie, do you mean those printable inkjet sheets? I do have them and use them a lot. I'm not sure if that is the same you mean with the photo transfer paper for cloth?

rochambeau said...

It looks really nice Shin! I do like your choice placement of fabric. At first I thought it was paper. What are you using to adhere the fabric?


Unknown said...

Thanks Constance. I have this material called Gudy V. It's a large roll of double sided tape which still stems from the time I used to work in textiles. It is perfect for fabric. I had some fabric adhered to this from another project and used mostly that. For all the other bits I just used Elmer's School Glue :)

Chrystina said...

Hi! I'm stopping by from Blog Boss - I wanted to let you know that I think that this final product is absolutely wonderful - and I love the paper combinations. So happy :)

Unknown said...

Hi Chrystina! Nice to meet you. Thanks for dropping by and your lovely compliment!

anknel and burblets said...

I love this - and your beautiful photos :) Great to see you are on Blog Boss too - thanks for getting in touch xx

Unknown said...

Thanks Charlotte!

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