As many of you already know, I love Tilda, I love all things Tilda and when I found these handmade boxes, cases and other home items, I squealed with delight. The first images here show vanity style boxes, decorated with Tilda fabrics and ribbons, are beautiful. I would love to own these little boxes! All of the images in this post were to advertise several workshops in Japan; making ‘cartonages’ using Tilda fabrics and sewing accessories.
I adore everything about this tissue box holder! This lady is a genius. I wish I could attend a workshop that created wonderful housewares items like this!
This is a bin cover! Isn’t it wonderful? According to Inoue Hitomi’s profile she is a ‘Cartonnage writer’, I wish I could translate what that meant. From browsing the workshop site and Inoue’s blog, she is, first and foremost, a crafting superstar. Inoue creates boxes, housewares, embroidered fabric items, sewn items and various other crafts! I discovered that Inoue also has many craft books for sale with photo tutorials, all the books are in Japanese. I don’t know about you but I love Japanese craft books! You can see my favourite collection of Japanese craft books and ‘cartonnage’ books by Inoue here on etsy.
I love this box, I don’t even know how to describe it. In other images on the site it was being used as a glasses case but it would also be perfect to carry your embroidery kit or as a mini/travel sewing box.
This decorative box is just beautiful! I love these colours (obviously) and I wish I could make my own! The mix of fabrics and the addition of lace is just perfection in my eyes. ^_^
This jewellery box is rather fabulous! These are all made from pieces of cardboard, glue and covered with fabric. I can’t even think of where to begin with a DIY like that! According to the site, the workshops are all held separately, so one type of box/houseware per workshop and they all take approximately 90 minutes to make. Handmade Tilda items are the best types of items to have in your home! The fabrics are just divine.
I need that pencil pot in my life! I’m sure I could find some Tilda fabrics and cover a box. It can’t be that hard right?! I was so impressed with this handmade Tilda clock! It’s amazing!
This is one of the examples of the Tilda clock making workshop, with a clock in progress. Isn’t it wonderful! It looks so tidy. I really wouldn’t have the patience for a craft like this.
These little handmade Tilda covered buckets would be perfect for storing yarn and crochet hooks. I love the fabric and decorative little buttons used on the handles. You can find some pretty Tilda fabrics here.