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Wooden Painting Tea Box and Relax

Release Date: 09-01-2012
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Unlike other Mondays, this Monday started with calmness, not rush for me. I took a rest because of my stubbornly aching wrist. Actually, I am aware that I should not move even to write this article, but it seems that inactivity is incredibly boring for a body accustomed to active work...

When we stopped by Migros yesterday to buy small items for home, I saw wooden tea boxes sold for 3 liras at one of the stands. I wanted to buy something like this for a long time, but I gave up because I thought it was unnecessary. In the end, I decided to buy it because it was small and cheap.

Tea Box

As soon as I arrived, I filled my tea box and put it in the kitchen, of course, he couldn't stay in the kitchen! Because when I see something that has no paint on it, I immediately start thinking about how to paint it.

Of course, while doing this, I put on a MacGyver air, so you don't ask.

When I looked at what I could do for painting, I found 6-7 wood paints from 1-2 months ago and a dried up brush. Since it can't do anything with a dried brush, I looked for other alternatives and finally decided to use paper towels.

After painting the tea box with a towel, I set it aside to dry. When I saw the cork coasters that I bought from Office1 Superstore before, I said ok.

I cut the cork coasters with scissors and cut them according to the tea box, and then glued them to the dried tea box.

I cut an unpatterned piece with one of these patterned paper scissors and wrote "Shaking Tea" on it.

The result was a unique tea can and a brain that was relaxed because it was busy with another job.

I recommend you to do some getaways like this once in a while.


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"Wooden Painting Tea Box and Relax3 comments for ”

  • On January 11, 2012 at 18:49 am

    You're amazing, Ms. Nilay, it's a very cute box. But more importantly, relax your brain. Well done to your hands..

  • On January 10, 2012 at 18:17 am

    it's very nice. good health to your hands.

    Our task will be to run and get one of those boxes to Migros :)

  • On January 09, 2012 at 22:23 am

    It's very nice both for you and for your kitchen, Nilaycı.
    Health to your hands.
    Yours ..


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