Make your own MDF Sewing Storage Box

Make your own MDF Sewing Storage Box

Alter the Pronty MDF letter rack kit with decoupage paper and chalkboard paint to make a useful sewing box.

Paint the MDF shapes of the letter rack with the black and white paints. Paint black the sewing machine and the two round buttons from the softboard.

Glue the decoupage paper onto the back and front MDF pieces.

Using the Viva Decor stamps and embossing powder, decorate the inner facing back side. Glue the sewing machine and place a little gear onto it.

Cut a 7cm x 24cm long piece of Osnaburg cotton fabric. Fold about ½ cm on the long side and glue it. Then glue the fabric onto the middle divider MDF piece to create two storage pockets.

Glue the decoupage paper onto the front facing side and decorate with the Viva Decor stamp and black embossing powder. Place a metallic embellishment and a flat back pearl in the center. Add the two round buttons, previously painted.

Assemble the letter rack according to the instructions provided in the package.

Cut two different size hearts from the Osnaburg cotton fabric. You will need two pieces for each heart. Glue around them, leaving only one side open and fill the hearts with polyester toy filling to create pin cushions. Glue the remaining opening. Attach a metallic embellishment.

Products Mentioned

  • Buddly Crafts Flatback Half Pearls - 500pcs 5mm Multi
  • Buddly Crafts Industrial Gears Metal Charms - 20pcs Silver Tone AS6
  • Buddly Crafts Metal Filigree Assorted Flower Wraps - 24pcs Silver Tone ST20
  • DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint 59ml 2oz - Cool White (Semi-opaque) DA240
  • DecoArt Americana Chalkboard Paint - Black Slate DS90 59ml
  • M BOSS Embossing Powder 0.25oz - Black
  • M BOSS Embossing Powder 0.25oz - White
  • Osnaburg 112cm (45
  • Pronty MDF Letter Rack Kit #423540
  • Pronty Softboard - Bicycle Vintage #4
  • Studio Light Paperpatch Decoupage Paper - Tres Chic PATCHSL11
  • Tsukinenko VersaMark Watermark Stamp Pad - Large
  • Viva Decor A5 Clear Silicone Stamps Set - Tailoring Backgrounds #84

Kyriakos Pachadiroglou

Hi! My name is Kyriakos and I live in Greece. I enjoy learning new techniques and mixing various materials in my projects. My favourite materials are metallic foils, charms and wires which you can see in the photos on my website.