Adhere newspaper to white panel Matte on Oatmeal cardstock Adhere to black card Pull off can top tab, and wash top Die-cut scalloped circle, and adhere can top Stamp coffee cup, die- cut with oval Adhere to center of can with pop dots Adhere to card, attach bow Stamp sentiment, matte, adhere to bottom of card Supplies Fun Stampers Journey Enjoy Coffee stamp set Fun Stampers Journey cardstock, & ink Vintage Newspaper, Soup can top Spellbinders die
a Card Maker for over 20 years, I have accumulated A LOT of rubber
stamps, pattern papers, and embellishments. While
standing in the check out line at my local craft store, (yes, I'm
still buying), I was drawn to the cover of Willow
and Sage magazine.
Flipping through the magazine I saw beautiful packaging, and thought,
“I have all the supplies to do this.” So, I purchased my 1st
husband, Tom bought me a subscription to Willow
and Sage, and my next
issue inspired me to try making my own hand cream.
ounces baby lotion
ounces Organic coconut oil
ounces Vitamin E cream
with blender til creamy
had several boxes from my parents home that I was going thru, and
found newspapers from 1960. They were from the Church in Fort Worth,
Texas, where my Dad was the Minister of Education. The great ad graphics were perfect for jar labels.
can be book pages, wallpaper samples, food labels, and mail
hope this helps you think outside the box, (or jar) for your