Okay I may be nuts, but I am going to try this one more time.
3 strikes and your out! That's what they say!
Yes, I have tried 3 times....I skipped last year!
I think sometimes other plans are made for you and it turned out to be a blessing that I was not chosen to be on the team. That being said.......On to my first project...............
This is a 5X7 photo frame, I took the glass out so that I could make this dimensional. Yes, I did cut out each and every one of those darn poppies. I then layered them to give the dimensional look I was going for!
Here is my second project, I love the way this turned out. I altered a vintage lunch box!
It is so fun! I put wheels and a knob at the top. I then altered the inside to hold a small altered book and some blocks and note cards to write down notes about your child. I used ABC Primer Collection and I had some vintage teacher cards I used. This all about the vintage look! Love this!
This would look so cute displayed on a shelf in a child's room!
Now if that was not enough Memory space in the small altered book, how about project #3?
This is a altered book with those vintage teachers cards and ABC Primer combined to make this fabulous book to capture all of you child's school pictures and notes!
Page 1 & 2
Page 5 & 6
13 & 14
Back page - I am missing 2 pages, but I think you get the idea!
This I thought was a cute idea to use as a prop each year with a new number on it for school or birthdays!
Now Each of these are separate projects, they look adorable all together! FYI the book also fits into the opening on the lunch box shelf. Like I said so cute on a shelf in a child's room! Decor and memories all in one!
This is a big box! I found this at a vintage sale for 5 bucks! SCORE!
I have been waiting to do the perfect project with it and I think I achieved it! I have no idea what kind of box this was used for, but I turned it upside down to use it. I LOVE this. So many mini projects in this Olde Curiosity Shoppe, don't you think?
Hand rolled flowers!
She is a tall piece. She is taller then the box and that is pretty big. I have more detailed pictures here on this.
It really quite details to show here in this post.
But I know you know who made her shoulder pieces!
And as I final-I wanted to show one of my favorite blast from the past!
I loved every minute of creating this clutch!