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Fruity DIY Wooden Trinket Boxes

By: Amber from
Fruity DIY Wooden Trinket Boxes
Fruity DIY Wooden Trinket Boxes
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You won't believe what these cute little containers are made of! Make yourself a mini pineapple, watermelon, and orange with these Fruity DIY Wooden Trinket Boxes. These painted craft ideas are perfect for holding small kitchen tools, or you can put them in your craft room to house needles, thread, buttons, and more. A combination of baked clay and wood makes these tiny boxes very sturdy and durable. Spend an evening putting together these cute DIY trinket boxes to get your house organized and ready for summer.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsClay, Wood

Primary TechniquePainting



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I did not know that there were big wooden bracelets like this but it is a great idea to use them on this woodn trinket box. This is a very cool idea. I have never tried the clay before as I was not confident enough to. After seeing this tutorial it looks real easy and I love the fruit idea. This is a good project to do with your friends or family and see what fruits you can come up with. Great for storing Jewelry or evn loose change. Thanks.

I love this project! These trinkets would be so cute for storing my earrings and small accessories. I'll have to make all the fruits - and add strawberries. I love all things strawberry )


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