Fabric Covered and Stenciled Hat Boxes
By: Cathie & Steve
Cathie & Steve
Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza are handcraft designers, Emmy Nominated television hosts, book authors, lifestyle experts and the inventors of Hot Glue Gun Helpers. Their shows can be seen in the United States, Australia, South Africa, The Philippines and on the Armed Forces Network. They were nominated for two Daytime Emmys. Cathie and Steve has also appeared on numerous network shows and specials for NBC, ABC, Discovery Channel, HGTV, DIY and Food Network. Programs such as Rachael Ray, IVillage Live, View From the Bay and the Florence Henderson Show have featured their creative ideas.
Hat boxes are perfect for storing bulky items in your closet.
THIS PROJECT FEATURES THESE GREAT BRANDS:
Plaid ® Hot Glue Gun Helpers
Take the sting and mess out of working with hot glue guns. Our one-of-a-kind set of must-have tools will banish your hot glue woes! Set includes a mat, finger caps, tweezers, a paddle and a press wand. Created by Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza.
FolkArt ® Enamels™ - Violet Pansy, 2 oz.
Durable acrylic paint for glass and ceramics. Top-rack dishwasher safe when cured. All colors are certified AP non-toxic and waterbased. Do not use in direct contact with food.
Mod Podge ® Fabric, 8 oz.
Decoupage on fabric … why not? Simply use Fabric Mod Podge to apply paper prints or fabric swatches to wearables, totes, banners and more! An exciting new way to embellish your clothes and your home. As a sealer, machine washable in cold water, gentle cycle after 72 hours. Mod Podge ® is an all in one decoupage glue, sealer and finish.
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Mod Podge ® Jewel Glue, 2 oz.
This fast-drying, machine washable glue is perfect for adding a little sparkle to your projects. The glue dries clear and flexible, making it perfect for both fabric and curved surfaces.
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3 Hat boxes
Decorator weight fabric
1. Stenciling on the lids: Tape the stencil to the top of
the lid. Pool Violet Pansy paint onto
wax paper. Dip the stencil brush into
the paint and tap of the excess paint.
Working in an up and down fashion, paint the stencil motif onto the
top of the lid. Carefully remove the
stencil and allow to dry. Glue gems to
2. Covering the lids with fabric: Trace around the lid
onto the backside of a piece of fabric.
Working 1/4 “ on the inside of the drawn line, cut out the circle
shape. Apply fabric Mod Podge to the
back of the fabric. Position onto the
top of the hatbox and allow to dry.
3. Covering the sides with fabric motifs: Cut designs
from fabric, coat the backside with fabric Mod Podge and position on the
sides of the boxes. Smooth with your
fingers and allow to dry.
4. Covering the sides with solid piece of fabric: Measure around the hatbox. Add 2 inches for overlap to the
length. Measure the height of the
hatbox. Add 5 inches to the
measurement. Apply fabric Mod Podge to
the hatbox, center the fabric on the box and press down. Continue adding Mod Podge and pressing the
fabric. When you reach the end, fold
back the fabric and glue with Mod Podge to create a clean edge. Hot glue to secure. Allow to dry for 1 hour. Hot glue the excess fabric to the bottom of
the box and to the inside of the box.
5. Embellishments: Hot glue ribbons around the
boxes. Add gems or other
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