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Tim Holtz Fabric Mod Podge Tissue Box – All About Fall Blog Hop

Don’t miss the giveaway and the other blog hop stops at the end of this post!

Fall is full of beauty.  It’s my favorite time of the year.  However, it’s also the time that keeps me reaching for my Puffs Plus tissues (the only brand I’ll use) due to seasonal allergies.  So, it makes total sense that my project today is a tissue box makeover!  Check out the fabric…it’s by TIM HOLTZ!

I’m using black paint, Antique Matte Mod Podge, Tim Holtz Eclectic Elements 5″ Charm Pack fabric, a paper mache tissue box by Darice, a styrofoam bowl and a foam brush.

First, I painted my tissue box black.  My craft room colors are the brown you see on the wall in the background, black and white with a few teal accents.

If you’ve been following me on my Joy Joyslife Facebook page then you know I’m giving my craft room a makeover.  Slowly but surely it’s coming together.  One of the things I’m doing is finding lots of things that I already own and making sure to put them to good use.  First up is this sad little tissue box that I bought a year ago.  Pitiful that it’s looked like this for so long.

I turned the box over on the fabric and drew an outline of the opening directly onto the fabric.  Then, I cut it out.

I covered the top of the box with Mod Podge.  Next, I placed the fabric down and covered it with Mod Podge.  Easy!

Repeat the Mod Podge process with all the sides of the box.  This is my very favorite piece of fabric.  I keep it facing out on my desk.

From the top!

I think this box is cool from all sides!  I hope you enjoyed my project!

Check out the projects from these talented ladies!

Joy – YOU ARE HERE!!

Laura: http://www.laurascraftsandmore.com

Lori: http://got2bcrafting.blogspot.com

Maria: http://asimplefive.blogspot.com

Stacey: http://staceyscreativecorner.blogspot.com

Kendra: http://luv2scrapnmakecards.blogspot.com

Julie:  http://muddypawsinkyfingers.blogspot.com

Dawn: http://dawnmercedes.blogspot.com

Time for a Giveaway!

Tell me what project that YOU’VE recently made is your favorite and why.  I’ll post a winner of this fun Mod Podge starter pack on October 26, 2013 on this post.

And the winner is:

Sue D says:
OCTOBER 20, 2013 AT 1:23 PM

I just finished up 20 Thanksgiving cards for a lady at church and I think they turned out nice. Today we had a pastor appreciation reception and were to bring cards. I made one with turtles–he raises turtles–and it came out very cute.

Have a great day!

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30 Comments

  1. I made a layout of my kids at the beach and I love how it turned out-one of my favorites!

  2. I’ve been working on a lot of DIY projects lately. I bought one of those wall clock kits that you hang pics around for the numbers. I love it!!!

  3. This is such a fabulous creation. I love those fabrics and what a great addition to any desk or home! TFS and for a fabulous hop. Have a great weekend.

  4. Awesome tissue box! I too have allergies :(. My favorite project was a card that I made for my niece for her wedding. I made it in her colors and I think it was special to her.

  5. This looks awesome Joy!! I hope you don’t have to use it too much tho!! LOL!
    I would love to have a craft room makeover… I just know I have TONS of stuff I have forgotten about. 🙂
    Hugs,
    Lori

  6. I haven’t made any super-cool projects like your TH tissue holder, but I have been expanding my creativity by trying some mixed media things with my cards. Fun!

    How lovely of you to offer this variety pack of Mod Podge. I would love to play around using these.
    <3 J

  7. Lately, I’ve made a birthday card for my daughter using a chevron background stamp which is my new favorite stamp.
    Your tissue box is so cute. I’ve been wanting to try Mod Podge for a long time but just haven’t gotten around to it yet. Thanks for a chance to win.

  8. This is really cute. I like that its for a man or woman, would be great for my son’s rooms and my hubby’s desk. I just made my first project with modge podge a couple weeks ago. I found you really have to be generous with it and make sure it covers the edges. Made that mistake. It turned out cute those its a box shaped like a book.

  9. I just finished up 20 Thanksgiving cards for a lady at church and I think they turned out nice. Today we had a pastor appreciation reception and were to bring cards. I made one with turtles–he raises turtles–and it came out very cute.

  10. The last thing I made was the Mod Podge shapes spelling Autumn to pin on a pumpkin. I love all of your ideas, and am now going out to get the paper mache tissue box cover!

  11. I recently finished making a full set of Distress ink applicators from wood blocks that had been attached to my rubber stamps (which I unmounted).

  12. Love the mod podged tissue box! The last craft I made was a blue and green paisley bookmark!

  13. Joy great tissue box project. My project list has been rather lengthy as of lately! I am a Consultant for Close To My Heart and I just finished the Trees on the front of the Close To My Heart Gift Guide they are awesome. But my favorite project I did lately has to be the Roll Tide wreath complete with AL.

  14. I made for a friend a stationary folder, she still likes to send handwritten letters and so I thought it would be a great gift. I loaded it with cards and little blank note cards as well as gift tags..
    I love your tissue box cover, I have been trying to come up with an idea to cover the tissue box in the truck, and you just solved that problem for me. Thanks!

  15. Love Tim Holtz and your tissue box! I think my favorite project so far this week is the Halloween party I am crafting for my kiddies(my own and those in our neighborhood).

  16. Have you posted the winner of the Mod Podge Starter Pack yet? Just curious.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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