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I have a chest ive been meaning to repurpose but i had no idea where to start. As i was watching this i started to laugh! Of course it would be so simple! And on the off chance a panel is damaged or stained, i just havevto make another! Thank you so much for posting this!
Thank you for sharing this technique. Before seeing your video, I didn't know where to begin. Now I can get busy. The most difficult part for me now is taking the exact box measurements. Guess I'll have some trial and error times.
Thank you for the clear instructions - an easy way to line a box. At Christmas my son gave me a small decorative storage trunk and I would love to line it. I think like another viewer I would cut the card a tiny bit smaller to allow room for the material.Thanks again.
I sent this video to my school email to play for my Ceramics students. Many students make ceramic boxes, of various sizes and shapes, to put their stuff. Your video made showing how to fabric-line the various boxes easy for me, instead of explaining each time a student asks. Thanks Ron! Heather, HS Art Teacher
I would cut the pieces of cardboard a bit smaler than you want to leave room for the fabric.
Great tip as always. I do have a box I may do that too.
Goot one Ron.
My mother has a jewelry box that was her grandmother's and over the years, the lining has been damaged & removed. I offered to fix it up for her. I thought this project was going to be difficult but you made it easy - thanks for these simple directions!