Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Spring Wedding Trinket Box

Our family is so excited in the planning of our middle daughter's wedding this April. There will many goodies to distribute, so I made this little trinket box for "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue." I pulled out my faithful jars of Amazing Mold Putty A and B. Be sure to grab equal parts of each so that the mix is correct. Knead the 2 parts together til uniform in color.
As you can see I made 2 perfect replicas of an egg half and antique button. I added tan paint to the egg and ivory to the button. I also applied 3D Crystal lacquer to give the button some shine.
This is the bottom half of the box. I lightly stenciled a hexagonal motif in warm brown ink to add interest to the box.
Although small, I think it is just the right size for presenting a tiny treasure. The eggs are in keeping will the wedding theme birds, eggs and nests. Amazing Mold Putty is always a constant in my craft corner. Have a Happy Easter!!!!!!!!!!!



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