you can pick these wooden boxes up in most craft stores
i wanted to make the trinket box that look really old so i used this aging method
first i painted the wooden box completely white.
then when i was dry i rubbed Vaseline on the areas i wanted to appear worn then i painted a blue colour on, then i rubbed the paint away where the Vaseline was and sanded it, concentrating mostly on the edges.
then i used a bit of watered down wood stain and dabbed it on the sanded areas and then wiped it off again with a damp cloth,
i used my silhouette machine to cut the key hole and the corners pieces and spray painted them gold and glued them on.
inside the lid i measured a piece of cardboard to fit and i folded some fabric in a fan shape and glued it to it and then slipped it in,
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