Trash or Treasure?

Friday, March 23, 2012

A couple of weeks ago my friend Belinda brought me something which I thought was pretty clever. Here is what she brought to me:

Okay so it’s a Chicken of the Sea box which held Salmon packets, So What?
Well I took the box apart:

I traced around the box on 2 pieces of DSP, then cut it out. I lined the top, sides, and bottom of the box with Sticky Strip and then stuck the DSP on. I then stuck sticky strip to the side of the box again and sealed the box shut as it orginally was.

Now here is the Treasure:

My Textured Impressions Embossing Folders fit Perfectly inside the box. I have plenty of room for more. Isn’t that cool? I love it, I know exactly where all my folders are now. I’m in the process of making a template. I’m planning on using the cardboard piece that comes in the DSP packaging so save them up.

Don’t forget about the FREE Double “D” Bow Maker this week.

Here are the details on how to get your Double “D” Bow Maker for FREE!
Place a min. $75.00 online order (before shipping and tax) on my Stampin’ Up! website. You can order by clicking on the 24/7 picture in the upper right hand corner of my blog. Remember with a $75.00 order you get 1 FREE Sale-a-bration product, the Double “D” Bow Maker, 4 dowels (to create double, triple and quad loop bows) a handmade card with a link to a video where you will learn how to create the different bows using the Double “D” Bow Maker. You will also receive a piece of ribbon to practice with; PLUS free priority shipping on the bow maker. I will also be enclosing a handmade card from me Thanking you for your Stampin’ Up! order. Wow, that’s a lot of stuff and a great deal!

Have a Great Day and Happy Stamping!

4 thoughts on “Trash or Treasure?

  1. Jane Giggy says:

    It’s a treasure! Love your idea!
    I also want to share how much I love your Double D Bow maker. I’m so glad I purchased one from you. Tell Dean he did a wonderful job in making the bow maker. It’s very professional looking.

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