Drenched in Verse & Paint, The Artist Arsenal

Crafting a Rolodex Box

My mom gave me a huge stack of vintage rolodex cards. As I began altering them I realized I needed to figure out what to do with them. I went the semi-traditional route and made a rolodex box rather than buy one.

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My box is large enough for plenty of altered rolodex cards, file cards and ICADS which is key of course.

I upcycled a long cardboard delievery box and used the following materials:

·Cardboard box
·Mod Podge
·Patterned Paper
·Bookplate
·Distress Paint
·Sponge brush

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All the items I used in my rolodex box I had on hand already in my artist arsenal! 🙂 And keeping your artist arsenal updated saves money and time!

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What have you upcycled lately? Share your projects with the canvas by commenting below or better yet join our forum!

Love Write,
j.ajabad

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About onecanvasonesoul

I'm an artist of the poetic persuasion yet I dabble in papercrafts, art journaling and scrapbooking!

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