Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Shabby Chic Altered Cigar box

Hello crafters!!
I have been wanting to share this project with you for over a month!!! I am very fortunate to have a husband that provides me with a large quantity of cigar boxes so it is kind of a hobby to alter them.  I crated this project for an amazing friend and designer Leanne ( AKA - Luvlee Scrappin).  I have never had so much fun altering a cigar box as much as I did this time.  I really wanted this to be special for Leanne and if you see what she sent me you will fall off your chair!!
I created this dresser using the new Marie Antionette collection by FabScraps as well as the amazing Iamroses flowers.
Here are some close ups of the project and all product information will be bellow the photos.  Thank you for stopping by!

R8 - white

I love to hear your comments!!
Limor Webber


  1. WOW Limor you are so talented. Thanks for sharing!!!

  2. Wow that is so amazing! You should design dresses. I love the paper skirt. So very clever!

  3. I am beyond words! This is so beautiful and your friend is the luckiest girl in the world to be receiving this. I wish I could make something like this. You blow me away time and again, Limor!

  4. Gorgeous altered box, any girl would love getting that, you did make it special. I just did a dress form wall hanging, I wonder what it is about them...oh, maybe we are reverting back to our dressing the dollies like we did as kids...just grownup style, ;) waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

  5. Wow!! I'm speechless. That is beautiful, gorgeous, etc. LOL Wow!! You are so talented.

  6. Pretty box! Your friend is so lucky!

  7. Another amazing project sweetie. This is gorgeous and i love how you did the dress form. I know that Leanne will love it. Hope your having a beautiful night.

  8. This project is what brought me this way! I love working in mixed media arts, and anything papercrafting! You are a wonderful talent! I love your style. Thanks for sharing :-)

  9. Absolutely Gorgeous!! You are so talented. Thanks so much for sharing.

  10. Do you have a tutorial on how you did this? If not can you explain how you layered the paper on top? Thanks so much