EDIT IV: I have uploaded the pattern for the top panel of the box. It can be found in my gallery.
Have fun with it!
EDIT III: Thank you very much to everyone who commented and faved this!
I am so happy right now. I will be making another one out of better materials like plastic so it is more durable and clean. It will also be openable so you can put something inside.
So if you are interested just look out for the new one. If you want one for a friend or someone else I can draw a portait in the style of Jack's and put it on the front. (I haven't uplaoded any drawings for a while but I am way better now, If you are interested I can send you a newer drawing.
This is the Tooth Box from Jack Frost. I really loved the Design and since I want to cosplay Jack I thought: "Why not?" It wasn't really hard and it is made of paper, cardboard and a little bit of fabric. The only difficult part was cutting out the little pieces in the middle.
It came out way better than I expected so I am really happy with it.
Hope you like it!^^
EDIT: Oh my god. O_O I never thought this would get so many coments! Thank you so much for the comments and favs.
Since so many asked, I will do another one since the size of this one doesn't quite fit. So when I do that I will document what I do step by step.
But some details beforehand:
The first thing I made was the decorated panel on top. I used a cardoard with a marble texture an the pattern is made out of single pieces of metallic paper glued on black cardboard.
The main tube was a cardboard roll originally used for Sumi-e paper. I cut it on one side and foldet it out. I glued the panel top to the sides of the tube and coated it with two sheets of metallic gold paper. One so the metallic side would be inside and the other one with the metallic side outside. The end parts were made using two layers of thick cardboard and then coating it with the gold metallic paper on all sides.
The 5 tendrils are out of gold fabric, which I had already sewed like that because of another cosplay. I glued little gold pearls to the ends, the picture of jack on the front and the rivets on some parts.
The hardest thing is probably the pattern on the top panel, because you have to cut out every piece seperetaly to get a depth difference.
I hope that helps some of you! If you try it I would love to see the finished work of art.