By Home Decor Contributor Jennifer from Brave New Home.
I bought this jewelry box but found it a bit too precious to use. So I lined the bottom with some linen and have enjoyed using the jewelry box ever since!
After I got my materials together, I traced the bottoms of each level of the jewelry box on a thin but sturdy cardboard. Since you’ll be using mod podge, you’ll want to choose a cardboard that can hold up to the moisture.
I covered the cardboard with mod podge, flipped it over, and mod podged the back flaps.
After the linen and mod podge had mostly dried out, I laid it under a board so it would dry flat. I used some paper in between the linen cardboard and board to avoid sticking.
Next, I used some poster putty to secure the linen cutout inside the jewelry box.