Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Mini Milk Carton Watering Can

Last week when I was on Amanda Coughlin's blog getting the link to post with my Tote-ally Awesome Tote, I saw that she has made one of the Mini Milk cartons into a watering can and I knew I had to try it!



Isn't this a fun idea? I didn't know what to put in it, so I used...Floral Fusion die-cut flowers! I have them laying all over my desk so I used a Mini Glue Dot to put them on a tiny strip of Old Olive cardstock.
Cardstock: Almost Amethyst, Old Olive
Stamp Set: Happy Moments (FREE Sale-A-Bration set with any $50 purchase!)
Accessories: Mini Milk Carton die-cut, Floral Fusion die-cut, Big Shot (you need this!), Old Olive Grosgrain Ribbon, Scallop Edge Punch, Tiny Tag Punch, Ice Rhinestone Brads

19 comments :

  1. It came out so cute! Thanks again for linking back to me with this one, too! It means a lot! :o) I've been such a huge fan of yours!

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  2. This little gem has me re-thinking purchasing the SU die!!!
    Thank you.

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  3. That is to cute! I love it. As usual you did great work.

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  4. I get a little gitty with excitement whenever I open your blog. I am nominating you for a Sunshine Award. Keep up the awesome work.
    Check out my blog to find out what to do next. . . http://kidcurryblogger.blogspot.com/

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  5. oh my goodness! This is so much fun!!! Love how you put your floral fusion flowers in there!

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  6. Wow, these are just sooooo cute!

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  7. Cute, cute, cute! So now I have another way to use my Flower Fusion when it gets here!

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  8. Hey Becky, I love the watering can--as well as all the other stinkin'ly creative stuff you make. U rock!

    I just wanted to brag on you and let you and your fansters know that Clearbags has a link to your adorable Teachers Appreciation gifts using their "little tubes" (my name for their 1-inch x 8-inch bags). Furthermore, I posted it at Gingerwood bulletin board (http://www.gingerstamp.com/bboard/board_home) so all the rubber stampers there could see them too.

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  9. Left out something--the link is in the Clearbags spring newsletter they email to their customers. That url is: http://www.clearbags.com/news-1026?utm_source=news_mar2010&utm_medium=email

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  10. Becky I love it! Like everything else you do...You deserve all the awards...you are one amazing creator!!! Thanks for sharing it with us!

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  11. Oh Becky...this is awesome. Thanks for sharing.

    Kathy Brown

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  12. This is BRILLIANT! I'm in love with the mini milk carton and have BEGGED by customers to not miss out on buying it. I'm giong to have to make this a project for this week's Stamp Camp.

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  13. Tracy Woodman-RaymondMarch 18, 2010 at 8:04 AM

    Love this and love the idea of how to use things I already have in a different way! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. That is the cutest little watering can!!

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