Why have a boring bread box when you can have a fun upcycled bread box?
A Fun and Unique Upcycled Breadbox
If your family is like mine, you go through tons of bread! A breadbox is needed. I don’t know about you, but I didn’t like the idea of having a plain bread box sitting there on my counter. Then I thought, if we upcyle everything else, why not create an upcycled breadbox?
Upcycling is simply taking something old and repurposing it in a fun way with as few materials as possible, or with materials found in thrift stores or nature. This one uses white chalky paint for decoupaging and decorative napkins. Never have a boring bread box again after doing this project!
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- Galvanized bread box
- Decorative napkins
- White chalky paint
- Paint in gold and red
- Paint brushes
- Decoupage glue
- Mini heat press
- Parchment paper
How to Upcycle a Bread Box
I shared the tutorial for this bread box craft on a Facebook Live which you can catch here. All of the step by step instructions can be found in the video.
More Upcycled Box Crafts
Once you start doing upcycling crafts, you’ll find it hard to stop! Just check out these creative ways to upcycle thrift store items.
- Upcycled Metal Seed Packet Box
- Beachy Upcycled Treasure Box
- Retro Painted Craft Hat Boxes
- Upcycled Wood Box
- Decorative Storage Boxes
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