Three (3) coordinating Waverly Inspiration fabrics: 1.5 yd. each, Large wooden crate, Three (3) wooden boxes, Stencil tape, Poster board, Cream-colored ribbon, Sea sponge
Fabric Holiday Gift Wrap
- Wrap in the fabric as you would with wrapping paper, and then tie a pretty bow.
- Basecoat the first box Ivory, and basecoat the second and third box Lacquer.
- Measure the amount of fabric needed plus a little extra. Brush Mod Podge on to the back and allow to dry. Using measurements, cut the correct amount and Mod Podge one of the Lacquer boxes entirely on the outside.
- On the other Lacquer painted box, cover the box about two-thirds up with coordinating pattern following the same step as in step 2. For the top third of the box, measure the space and then cut out the amount needed plus a little extra. Brush some Mod Podge onto the back of fabric and allow to dry. Once dry, cut out the correct measurement. Stencil the flowers from stencil in the Lacquer and Evergreen. Allow to dry and then Mod Podge to the box. Tape of a stripe below the stenciled fabric and paint in Evergreen. Allow to dry.
- On the Ivory box, stencil the same flower pattern in Lacquer using the sea sponge. Allow to dry. Tape off a 3” stripe and paint Evergreen. Allow to dry. Tape off a 2” stripe within the Evergreen stripe and paint Moss.
- For the large crate, basecoat in Moss. Allow to dry. Paint the bottom in Evergreen. Allow to dry. Paint a Gold Glitter stripe around the entire create as shown in photo. Tape off stripe on solid sides.
- Using a can for a template, cut out 12 circles from the poster board. Use the Mod Podge to glue 2 circles together.
- Cover the back of one of the fabrics in Mod Podge, using enough fabric for the amount of circles you plan on making.
- Mod Podge the fabric to the circles. Allow to dry. Cut out circles.
- Cut out another circle slightly smaller than those cut out for the banner. Use the smaller circle as a mask. Place in the center of the larger circle and brush Gold Glitter on the outside of smaller circle. Allow to dry. You will need several coats. Repeat for each circle.
- Punch two holes into each circle and weave the ribbon in and out of each to hang.