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Bright and shiny gift box

Hello friends!  My project for you today is a hand-decorated gift box for that special friend who appreciates a personal touch!

Would you believe this shiny jewel-tone box started out as brown Kraft chipboard?  Here's how it made the transformation.

Check out How to Decorate a Brown Cardboard Box by Robin Horasanian on Snapguide.

Be sure to come back tomorrow to see what other projects the Altered Pages Design Team has to share.  We hope to inspire you to create your own Wrap It Up projects.  When you do, please share them with us on the AlteredPages Artsociates Facebook page!

 Art Anthology Dimensional Paint – Shamrock, Imperial, Coral 
 Crystal Lacquer Mica Mixers  
 Bazzill Paper Flowers  
 Chipboard Gears  
 Texture Spray  
 Time Travel 12 inch stencil  
 Tacky Glue  
 Bazzill Mini Borders  
 White Cord



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