DIY Flower Jewellery Box

I really hate clutter and I’m always on the lookout for neat, tidy and stylish storage tips that can help make my space a little cuter and more organised (hello Pinterest!) So, anyone who’s read All Things Indulgent before will also know that I am a huge fan of the perspex trend – from clutches to cuffs, necklaces to phone covers, it’s clear to see (pardon the pun!) I am a lover of transparent goodies. So, imagine my own surprise when I realised I’ve never actually DIYed a perspex box into its original purpose – a fab storage box! These compact, clear cases are the ideal jewellery box – lightweight, versatile and transparent…which means no more rooting around in drawers trying to figure out which ring is where!

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What you need:

  • Clear perspex box
  • Clay/plastic flower embellishments
  • Contact adhesive

Available in:
Bead Box,
G/F, 221 Yu Chau Street, Sham Shui Po (MTR Exit A2)

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How to:

  1. Wipe the surface of the perspex box to get rid of any dust or smudges.
  2. Using the contact adhesive, glue the flower embellishments to the lid and leave to dry.

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Talk about easy or what! Probably one of the simplest tutorials I’ve ever written, this has got to be one of my absolute favourites! How would you DIY your perspex jewellery box?

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