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July 22, 2019

My most favorite bridesmaid gift was a beautiful glass jewelry box personalized with my initials. Sure a shirt, hat, or bag that says ‘bridesmaid’ is fine, but what do you do with it after you’re done being a bridesmaid? Wear the shirt to bed? Add the bag to your grocery stash in the car? Why not personalize something for your favorite ladies that they will want to keep and that they will cherish… like these darling monogram rose gold boxes!

Learn how to personalize these rose gold boxes as darling gifts!
Make your bridesmaids a gift they'll actually keep!

It Can Hold All The Things

These adorable boxes can hold jewelry, hair ties, paper clips, business cards, anything you want. By not putting “jewelry” on the box and just a monogram or an initial, it allows the gift receiver to use it however they like. The rose gold on rose gold makes it easy to go with all types of decor.

Learn how to personalize these rose gold boxes as darling gifts!
Make your bridesmaids a gift they'll actually keep!

SUPPLIES:

  • Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker, either will work
  • Rose Gold Vinyl
  • Transfer Tape
  • Jewelry Boxes
Learn how to personalize these rose gold boxes as darling gifts!

Create In Design Space

The first step is to login to Design Space and start designing your unique monograms or initials. Script fonts that also have glyphs are perfect for this type of design. I used Watermelon Script for this project. Prepare your mat and get ready to cut!

Make your bridesmaids a gift they'll actually keep!

Let Your Cricut Work It’s Magic

Learn how to personalize these rose gold boxes as darling gifts!

Weed The Designs

Weed, (aka. remove) all the excess vinyl that isn’t a part of your design. Using the Cricut weeding tools makes the removal of intricate pieces super easy.

Make your bridesmaids a gift they'll actually keep!

Transfer Tape

Transfer tape is the BEST and if you’ve never used it, you must try it. Basically you transfer your new vinyl stickers from their base to a clear film so you can properly position them on their final resting place. Cut a piece of transfer tape just larger than your designs, peel and evenly smooth on top of the vinyl using the scraping tool. Then cut the designs down to size.

Learn how to personalize these rose gold boxes as darling gifts!

Adhere The Designs

Finally, the fun part. Remove the white vinyl backer sheet leaving just the clear transfer tape and your design. Then place on top of your item and gently burnish with the scraping tool. Next, pull away the transfer tape to reveal your awesome personalized boxes!

Make your bridesmaids a gift they'll actually keep!
Learn how to personalize these rose gold boxes as darling gifts!
Make your bridesmaids a gift they'll actually keep!

Personalization Made Easy

If you’re on the fence about getting a Cricut, or you need a gentle nudge to make the decision to buy one – our projects are it! Seriously, the sky is the limit when it comes to what you can make for your wedding with the Cricut. From simple personalized boxes like these to a felt flower wedding bouquet and everything in between. It will be your number one wedding crafting tool and after your wedding, you can use it to personalize your home, make fabulous gifts and more!

Learn how to personalize these rose gold boxes as darling gifts!
Make your bridesmaids a gift they'll actually keep!

As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY and it will show up on our Get Social page. Happy Crafting!

DIY Tutorial Credits

Photography + DIY Tutorial: Jen Causey of Something Turquoise // 3″ x 3″ Acrylic Rose Gold Jewelry Boxes: Amazon // Martha Stewart Edition Cricut Explore Air2, White Vinyl, and Transfer Tape: courtesy of Cricut // Free Font: Lovely Valentine Nail Polish: OPI – Withstands the Test of Thyme

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