It has been AGES since I've been able to join in the weekly blog challenges at Cornish Heritage Farms. This week our challenge is all about green... Going Green, that is. I haven't met a single stamper that doesn't fall into this category... saving little bits and bobs, knowing that "one day" that might come in handy.
So, recycle an object and incorporate it into a project. Join us in the CHF Forum --> HERE for more details and inspiration.
There's plenty of things of things you could do to recycle... use an old tin to make home decor, filler paper / packaging materials to make custom wrapping paper, or an empty jelly jar to etch for a gorgeous vase.
Cheers to You
My project this week was really fun. I opted to use the leg / stabilizer on an old picture frame to make a men's tie. I'd pulled it off of a frame to make the frame flush with the wall, so it would hang properly. I saved them because I just KNEW I'd need them one day!
I used a blunt edge scissors (one that is fairly dull anyway) to even off the top edge where it was attached to the frame base. Then, I ran the edge of my black ink pad to the edges so it would be sharp... this guy's a snazzy dresser, you know!