Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Damask Bread Box

I find these all the time at the flea market so when I stumbled on this post I knew eventually I would be a copy cat. I know it doesn't say much for my imagination but imitation is the best form of flattery. So, yay you Classic Campbell and shame on me for not being more creative.

One boring bread box primed but probably not necessary.
All papered up, sprayed semi gloss black and trying out the new knob pre spray paint. Used spray adhesive instead of mod podge. I am loving this stuff!!

But then there are issues. The paper wasn't wide enough so I had to cut a piece and match it up like wallpapering. Easy right? WRONG, the seam was so obvious! Then I brainstormed ways to hide it and came up with this. In the end, it turned out to be a happy accident. Well maybe not an accident but you know what I mean.

Notice that perfect ribbon on top waiting to hide the obvious seam. Had to take a Michael's run for this but it was so worth it.
I used the spray adhesive to add the ribbon too. First went with the glue gun but it was all lumpy.

It looks like a perfectly wrapped present just waiting to be opened unfortunately the gift inside is nothing more than a loaf of bread. I'm going to put this on my web site
Linking up here...


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The Polka Dot Closet said...

I love this and the mistake the ribbon covered was meant to be! Don't feel bad about copying ideas, there are very few new ones out there. i am always scrolling blogs for inspiration. I bet no one has made any bread boxes as cute as your's!


Kim @ Second Time Furniture said...

Oh Sue! I never thought I'd say this, but that bread box is gorgeous! Looks like a little present! What a clever way to hide the line. Glad you like the spray adhesive. Me, too! It sounds like it works great for paper~ I was wondering if it would. :)

Chrissie said...

Beautiful! I love that bread box! The black and white is so chic!

Anne Maskell said...

I love this! It would make anyone's kitchen look fabulous!

Pretty Pink Cherub said...

Just DARLING!!!!!!!!!!!! TYFS Hugs!

Midwest Cottage said...

VERY CUTE!! It turned out so well.

Anonymous said...

Fun idea! It turned out fabulous!

Amanda@RelovedRubbish said...

I love your little bread box Sue! I think it looks cuter with the ribbons too.

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

It came out fabulous, Sue! Great way to hide the seams, you clever girl! Love the pattern! very chic!

So thrilled you stopped by! You are a darling!


FineArtPainting said...

well, i did not see this anywhere else and i think it's great.

do come and share it on our site so our readers can find your tutorial also:

(and do come back each wednesday with more great ideas w tutes, will ya?!!)


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