Monday, July 19, 2010

Craft toolbox coastal makeover

I found the perfect box for my craft tools at a garage sale for $2.  The only problem was it looked really old and not so coastal.  Sooooo, out came my trusty spray paint and a little sand paper and now it looks much better.

I spray painted it with Krylon satin white paint (sorry I didn't get a picture of the process)
I glued seashells to pieces of raffia for the bow.  The box works great to hold my craft tools and supplies that I carry from place to place to work on projects.

The DIY Show Off Sumo Sweet Stuff Keeping It Simple


Condo Blues said...

Your craft tool tote is so much cuter than mine. I use a cardboard six pack holder.

Anonymous said...

Look what a little paint in a lovely color can do. I love it. Hello! I'm your newest follower and would love it if you'd follow me too so we could be blogging buddies. Can't have too many of those, right? Smiles.


eriochrome said...

I love your makeover, coastal looks are my fave! The seashells are such a fun touch.

Ann @ makethebestofthings said...

Love your project! It came out great! Now I have serious toolbox envy. ;0)

Anonymous said...

What a great project. Thank you for sharing!

~~Carol~~ said...

What a great transformation! For a while there, I was picking up those toolboxes whenever I saw them. They're great for so many things!
Happy White Wednesday!

Kim said...

I absolutely love those old tool carriers - what a lucky find.

Debbie said...

That is awesome...really perked it up. I happen to love all Krylon colors so this was perfect for me. You may be interested in some parties I do on my blog...come and check it out, would love to have ya! Debbie

Brianna! said...

FAntastic Revamp

rustandruffles said...

Love your white washed treatment!
Happy WW!

Kaysi said...

What a great idea!!!!