Monday, March 29, 2010


A few years ago I purchased a card display box. It came flat packed and you put it together yourself, which I did. The colour was white. Over the time that I've been using it in the Tourist centre is had become grubby and looked very tired.
So here is the revamped card display box. I used Graphic 45 Renaissance papers and a lot of Mod Podge Gloss Lustre. lol The label on the front is also from the Renaissance range with my stamp on it. More Mod Podge over that to hold it in place.
I think it came up really well and certainly looks better than the poor taped up thing it was.
Thanks for visiting and all the wonderful comments you leave.


Lynette said...

Great job - it looks very pretty now!

Kim Piggott said...

Oh I so love this!
kim x

Janet said...

Leigh - I love this - it looks great. Where did you find the display box? I would love to have something like that here at work.


Kylie said...

Beautiful Leigh! Love those Graphic 45 papers!

Take Care,
Kylie X

Cheryl said...

Fabulous and I love Graphic 45 much so that I don't like cutting them

Debbie Pamment said...

Great card box - and it looks amazing refurbished! Do you remember where you got the original???

Dawn B. said...

This is so neat. I love the paper you used.. It looks so pretty with this display box..Oh the things you could do with this.. Great job.

Jean McKenzie said...

It looks great Leigh!! And I can imagine the complete transformation - those Webster papers are beautiful! You did a great job of covering it.

Liam said...

Hi Leigh,
thanks for your comments on my blog it was nice to hear your kind words. thanks for thinking of me.



A fabulous transformation, and a very useful item for storing letters etc. Love the papers, which have a vintage feel about them.
Sylvia x

Nancy (Shady Tree Studio) said...

Oh my, this is stunning!! I adore Graphic 45 paper ~ looks excellent on this box!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

This looks wonderful Leigh!!! What a great way to give this a makeover!!!