DIY Gold Tissue Box
DIY Gold Tissue Box: A simple DIY project – an old tissue box gets a face lift and turns into a trendy gold bathroom accent.
Since we moved, my head is swimming with DIY ideas, but some times it’s overwhelming how much I want to do. You see, I’m an impatient person……I want things to happen fast. Large project intimidates me, so I thought I’d start small.
I love the new trend of gold accessories, so I thought I’d give a few old accessories a quick face lift. I had everything I needed right at home, and clean up was a snap.
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Do you have some of these grapevine balls laying around? If not, you can find them in most craft stores.
I love how they look fresh and trendy again. I may have to pick up a few more to paint and put in a bowl.
One I sanded down the old tissue box real good, then used a dry paper towel to dust off all the sanding.
Two I used a damp Bounty Paper Towel to wipe down the entire tissue box to make sure it was dust free.
I waited about 10 minutes to start painting, to make sure the box was dry.
Three I painted the tissue box with a few coats of white acrylic paint, letting it dry between coats. I only painted 3/4 the way down on the sides. Four After the last coat of white was dry, I used painters tape and marked where I wanted to paint the gold on the bottom third of the tissue box. – and gave it a few good coats of gold paint. Five I removed the tape while the gold was still wet, then used my round sponge brush to make gold circles on the top and sides.
Six I took it out side to give it a nice coat of acrylic sealer.
The gold tissue box and grapevine ball look perfect in Allison’s bathroom right now.
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