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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Upcycling

I had a delivery in a large box and decided I could use it for storage.  Covered with blue patterned papers from Stampinup and placed an doily that I had embroidered in a past life on top.

Inside I placed smaller boxes to store individual colours of scrap paper.

Started with empty packing box

Covered top, back and sides with patterned paper

 
 Doiley and lace on top

Filled with boxes (the coloured punched shapes tell me 
which colour is in which box, saves a whole lot of time
Entered into:
SOS - Upcycling
International Art and Soul - Recycle non craft item (the box)




5 comments:

  1. Great project! Cardboard boxes are great utilitarian items in a craft room! Thanks for sharing with us at Shopping Our Stash!
    HUGZ!

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  2. Love this project, those card boxes are nice and sturdy and, most times they are the perfect size to store stuff.
    The boxes you put inside this box are great as drawers, how super clever and also beautiful.
    Thank you for playing with us at SHOPPING OUR STASH, hope you will play again soon.
    Hugs.

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  3. Amazing use of the box!! What a great idea!!
    Thanks so much for upcycling with the crew from SHOPPING OUR STASH this week!

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  4. Clever!!! So clever to add the punched shapes to identify the color! As for the star of the show: love that you covered the box and added that doily-- talk about stashed items! Way to go! Thanks for sharing at SOS this week.

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  5. What a fabulous project you have created, perfect for the challenge at International Art and Soul.
    Jennie DT

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Thank you for your kind comments