Altered General Foods International Coffee Tin

Reduce, reuse, recycle.  I just put a strip of paper around the tin, added a flower, some bling, and a butterfly.  I spray painted the lid and voila I have a pretty tin to hold my ribbon scraps.  Challenge for the week upcycle something around your house.

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Altered General Foods International Coffee Tin

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Mixed Media Canvas

I tried my hand at mixed media this weekend.  I don’t know if this is consider a true mixed media but I certainly had fun doing it.  I wanted this to look a little old.

I used a 6″ x 6″   canvas from Close to my Heart, Mowed Lawn Distress Stain for the green color on the canvas and a little dry brushed Gesso.  The rest is leftover odds and ends.  The camera doesn’t pick up the glimmer mists.  I used Log Cabin by Smooch Spritz and Primrose by Heidi Swapp on the canvas, flowers, lace trim, the chipboard heart and letters and jute twine.  The little fan design in the corner was done with Glossy Black Embossing Paste by Dreamweaver and a stencil I had laying around.  I used the Patina Paints by Vintaj on the little “Devoted” tag on the bottom but I didn’t like how it came out so I scraped it off.  After I put it all together I dry brushed Gesso over everything.

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Mixed Media Canvas

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Close to my Heart Hinged Display Tray

This is a fun way to display some of your ephemera.  It’s out on display and you can touch it.  I just used glue dots to adhere all the rocks, the feather and the pipe cleaner penguin.  I did a little journaling in one of the squares.  There are so many fun things that can be done with this hinged display tray.  I have another tray that I’m going to lay flat so that it opens up like a box.  I think I’ll put some feet on it and of course decorate it.  All kinds of treasures can be stored in this (chocolate?! but I didn’t say that).
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Close to my Heart My Creations Memory Game

The chipboard pieces are divided into three bucket list mini albums (one for each of my family members).  I punched one side with my cropadile and bound them with twine.  Then I lined one side of each chipboard page for journaling the bucket list and left one side for a photo of the bucket list item.  This is great for looking back on if you start feeling depressed or discouraged and even negative.  We need to fill our lives and homes with these mood lifting, positive things to keep us on track.

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Father’s Day

This is a shadow box page that I made for my husband for father’s day (I took it out of the frame for photographing).  I don’t usually do monochromatic for scrapbooking so I thought I’d give it a go.  I sprayed the burlap flowers with a blue glimmer mist then added a little glimmer mist to the base page and doily (unfortunately the camera does not pick up the glimmer).  I did have to add a little white.  I couldn’t help myself.

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Dad’s Day Shadow Box Page

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