Totum sieradenkistje op pimpen met mozaïek blingbling


Een leuk juwelen of sieradenkistje helemaal in de stijl van een Unicorn, wie wil dat nou niet? Dit leuke diy pakketje van #Totum   is een leuke manier om je eigen blingbling aan te brengen op dit mooie kist. Het kistje kan open om daarin al je sieraden, armbandjes, oorbellen in te bewaren..echt leuk niet waar? 

In de gastouderopvang van Ineke van der Linde mocht een meisje hiermee aan de slag die dit superleuk vond! Ze was er zelfs van onder de indruk dat zij dit mocht gaan doen!

Ineke vertelt: De glinsterende pailletjes zijn het moeilijkst om op te plakken.Er wordt gewerkt in opperste concentratie Terwijl er hard wordt versierd, wordt het sieradendoosje om en om en om gekeerd om te kijken hoe mooi het doosje wordt.Er zitten ruim voldoende velletjes met glitterfoam-stickers bij om deze mooie sieradendoos te versieren. 

Hieronder zie je dit leuke kistje staan, en door er op te klikken bekijk je het meteen in de webshop. Een leuk cadeautje voor een jarige of gewoon omdat je graag zelf zo mooi sieradenkistje wil hebben!


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Hieronder zie je leuke diy sieraden pakketjes. 

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