Saturday, January 10, 2015

H2h something old, something new take 2

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Hello. I am back for another project for Heart 2 Heart challenge, Something Old, Something New.

Now in my last post, I said something about an old project I did, made it into a shaker box. Well, I still had the second half of the box, so I decided to use it.


This is the original project. It was from a special called Rock The Block from Dec 2011. I only know that because I did a blog post. I am not a mastermind of dates and information. I can bearly remember what day it is. But I digress. 

So I took that unused half a block and made a new shaker box to share with you. 


I used some of the new stamps from the mini again to make this Valentines shaker box. I used my Cricut to cut the frame (#M41949). So much easier than cutting it by hand.


I couldn't find my micro beads that I used in the other box, so I used sequins that I bought for the other shaker card.


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Recipe:

Stamps -
   Forever In My Heart C1604
   Heartstrings Workshop On The Go G1090

Paper -
   Whitte Daisy Cardstock 1388
   Hollyhock Cardstock  1246

Ink - 
   Ruby Ink Pad Z2170
   Chocolate Ink Pad Z2111

Other - 
   Stuck On You Puffies Z3037
   Art Philosophy Cartridge Z1686
   Rock The Block Special (Retired)
   Sequins (non ctmh)

3 comments:

  1. Love your shaker box. How creative! Great job!!

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  2. How clever- and now I need that cupid stamp set!

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