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I have been married to the same guy for a LONG time ! We have 3 grown children and the 5 loves of our lives that they have given us ... 4 girls and one boy ! I have been crafting all my life and found my true addiction when I taught myself to use Copic Markers and introduced them into my card making ! I am NOT certified in the use of Copics but that doesn't stop me from creating with them ! I always been a bit of a crafting rebel and don't follow directions well !I love crafting with my hands and seldom will you find them idle as they usually have a crochet hook , knitting needles or a book in them . Exercise is not my strong suit ! LOL ! My husband and I also love camping in our RV ( weather permitting ... as in NO snow !) so most weekends from Spring to Fall you find us camped somewhere with our 3 Yorkies .... though don't tell them they aren't BIG dogs ! Hope you enjoy my little touch of my life .... the creative and the real life !

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Drunken Stampers ...... challenge #12 ....Earth Day

this week over on Drunken Stampers the challenge is to make a project by recycling or repourposing something from your kitchen for Eartn Day . Funny , when we look hard enough what we can come up with ! Here is my take .........


I used the inside waffle wrapper from a cookie package ( and yes I ate the cookies first ! LOL ) , bread tabs stamped with Staz-On ink and then I sewed the edge of my cardstock with butchers twine . My stamped image is from HIGH HOPES and colored with Copic markers and the outside edge of image was airbrushed with Copic markers !


Thanks for looking and come join us over on Drunken Stampers as we would love to see what you come up with for this challenge !

Have a great week and happy creating !

2 comments:

  1. So cute Donna, I love all the things you found to use from your kitchen!

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  2. Donna, this is just brilliant, and so flipping cute!!! What a great use of kitchen items.

    Dang, I wish I'd thought to use a cookie wrapper in my project... ;-)

    Hugs,
    Linda

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