Altered Whiskey box with a lot of stamped flowers

Hello everyone.
It’s time for a new challenge over at We Love 2 Create, sponsored by Polkadoodles. This time, I’ve altered a whiskey box.

I started by painting the box and lid with white gesso. Then I painted it with purple acrylic paint together with my 2 year old daughter. Down below, you can find a little movie (with Swedish speech) with us painting it. When the paint was dry, I added some blue paint too with a spatula.

Then, I started to stamp flowers and butterflies from seven different stamp sets. You can find them all further down in this blog post. I stamped them all on watercolor paper. I then, colored them in with ink sprays with purple and blue colors. When they were dry, I cut them out with a scissor.

Next, I added blue and purple sewing thread to the box and started gluing the flowers and butterflies to the box. I also added some to the lid too. Finally, I decorated with blue rhinestones. I really love the combination with blue and purple. My favorite part is the result with the coloring of all the stamps. Or what do you think?

Have a crafty day!

My affiliate links for the Polkadoodles products I used
Every wish in the World clear stamp set
Other material used
Empty whiskey box
White gesso
Acrylic paint (blue & purple)
Watercolor paper
Blue & purple sewing thread
Entering these challenges
Crafter’s Castle – Challenge #37
LeAnns World 101 – Challenge #34
Let’s Craft and Create – Challenge #167
QKR Stampede – Challenge #412
The Creative Crafters – Challenge #36


  1. Fab project, thanks so much for sharing it with us at LeAnn’s World 101 and wish you luck with your entry! Do hope that you can join us again next month!!
    Hugs Donna (DT) xx


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