Ideas for Reusing, Repurposing, and Upcycling All Those Empty Birchboxes, Glossyboxes, Allure Beauty Boxes, Target Beauty Boxes, and so on!
I’ve “instagrammed” my box projects a bunch of times now, but I think it’s time to do an actual post on the topic. If you receive multiple subscription boxes and/or multiple boxes of one kind (especially Birchboxes) then you likely have lots of cute little boxes sitting around waiting to be used for something. These can be used in countless ways. However they really take up a lot of room if you’re just storing them away for later. I think it was my 6 year old son’s request to do crafts last winter that got me to pull out all of my empty boxes. At that point I realized I had to do something with these things and so I started to experiment. I’m going give you some ideas of what you can do at home with your boxes, without a lot of fancy tools or craft expertise.
Well, I did get my Diptyque Thé candle after-all (see the post where I discuss this). I was so relieved when it arrived and was in good shape. I have no idea when and if Diptyque will re-release the Thé Candle, so this could be my one and only chance to burn it.
For the past week or so I’ve been writing less than usual because I’ve been busy crafting a makeup table. Or maybe it should be called a makeup-top table.
Being an “idea” person, I randomly dreamed up a makeup-top table. I got an image of it in my mind. Also being kind of obsessive, I had to implement a plan to create it or else I would never stop thinking about it. Only after starting it did I realize I needed a step by step plan of how to make the idea into reality.
However, I’ve managed to make some cool things over the years with clear epoxy resin, after starting with some simple projects.