Desk clock organizer DIY kit, fabric box kit, cartonnage kit 175, Onli - Colorway Arts

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Desk clock organizer DIY kit, fabric box kit, cartonnage kit 175, Online instructions included

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Make your own fabric box with NO-SEW using cartonnage technique. It is so fun and it makes a unique handmade gift! This is a unique DIY kit to make a small desk clock organizer, and YES, the clock is included! You will make it out of paperboard, fabric and glue with this lovely craft!! And your pieces will be sturdy as wood, but made with your favorite fabric!

This DIY cartonnage Kit comes with all cardboard and other pieces (including the clock) you need to make your own desk clock organizer, as shown in the pictures. Fabric IS NOT included, use your favorite fat quarters! The pieces of paper (chipboard and poster board) are precut in the right sizes you need for this project. The finished box will be 8 ½” x 4” x 5”. No worries about cutting paper! Fabric and other contents showed in pictures are not included.

ONLINE INSTRUCTIONS AVAILABLE! The instruction is a very clear written PDF tutorial with 192 pictures showing in details step by step to guide you through the whole process, no steps missing, no guessing! Inside the kit you will find the password and easy directions to download the instruction to your computer. 

Basic cartonnage complementary content with videos you can see in my FREE online class Joy of Cartonnage

For making the box you will need this kit, two coordinating fabrics (2 fat quarters for the main fabric and 1 fat quarter for the other each), white PVA glue (Glue All from Elmer's), rotary cutter, cutting board, a small paint roller with tray, paint brush, masking tape, scissors, paper awl and battery (AAA) for your clock!

Cartonnage tools (spatula, acrylic spacers and corner tool) are required to have better finishing of your project, and you can find them in the "tools" section of the shop.

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