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Friday, March 25, 2011

Owl Make An Altered Container...

This is my re-purposed empty GRITS container. Yes, GRITS. Yummy. Now it's going to hold scissors, markers, pens, highlighters, etc.



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AFTER:


Background green flowered, embossed paper from Heidi Grace Designs
HOOT 'N HOLLER Cricut cartridge
"Owl 6" cut @ 4 1/2" using Recollections papers
Flowers and rhinestones from stash


This is my submission for the following challengs:

18 comments:

  1. Great idea! love this little owl! Thank you for playing along with Frosted Designs this week!

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  2. Thanks for playing along with Frosted Designs Challenge. I love the spring feeling colors. Plus what an awesome way to reuse something for scrappy storage. Love it! I will have to buy me some GRITS. TFPA

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  3. Definitely looks better dressed up. :) Really pretty decoration. Great job!

    Pam
    Simply-Pam.blogspot.com

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  4. Oh I love this!!! So super cute!!! I didn't know that grits came in a container like oatmeal. I thought they either came in a bag or a box with little packets!! We don't have them in this kind of container here! But then, the only way I can eat them is if they are floating in butter and sugar!! Not all Southern grown girls like grits ya know!! :)

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  5. This came out so pretty, Janis! Great job on repurposing your grits container!

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  6. This is so cute!! Love the idea. I have an award for you over at my blog! Jenn :) http://craftyfulgardens.blogspot.com/

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  7. This is so so cute!! :) And what a great way to recycle!! TFS :)

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  8. OOoooh. This is a GREAT idea! I have been planning on using an old can for my kitchen utensils...but it would be ugly. And I like non-ugly things. I can't make something this cute, but I could sure cover it in patterned paper and contact paper! Thanks for such a great idea!!!

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  9. too cute ! what a great idea !

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  10. Sooooo cute. I'm always saving these "cans" and never know what to do with them. Now I do. Thanks!!

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  11. This is just too adorable for words, I love it!

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  12. Fab idea. That owl is adorable. Just noticed you were in Houston. I'm near you! Nice to see a fellow Texan in blog land. :)

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  13. Oh my this is so sweet, I'm going to have to give this a try.

    Thank you for joining us at Frosted Designs

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  14. Such a great idea and luv luv the color combination :) TFS Alee'

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  15. Janis, this is sooo cute!!! Love the pink owl. Also love the grits. One of my favorite breakfast foods - Cheese and Egg Grits!
    Blessings,
    Belinda

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  16. What a wonderful project! I love those gorgeous flowers :)

    Thanks for joining us at Colour Create for the Pastel Challenge.

    Sharon x

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