Friday, 13 November 2015

What Can I Do With A Pringles Can?

Have you missed me?
I am finally back, after a long, and much needed break. 
Lots of things have changed in my life since I last shared a post (my partner and I have separated), but everything is good, and I am truly happy and content. 

So, I am going to start with a long over due post, sharing three projects I created for the Australian Scrapbooking Ideas magazine, more than 6 months ago. Unfortunately, this magazine is no longer in circulation, and the issue with these projects is no longer available. 

The theme was to create projects using Pringle cans. After a quick look on Pinterest, I realised the trick was going to be choosing just 3 projects. There are so many things that can be made with Pringle cans - who would have known!!!

This project was created by cutting a Pringle can down and using a stencil and texture paste to create a "brick-like appearance on the outside of the wishing well. I then used chipboard to create the cover of the well, punched strips of paper for the shingles, and a die cut fence to wrap around the bottom of the well. 

Next up where these three cute Christmas decorations. Forgive me for the slightly unclear images, but the glitter inside the decorations decided to stick to the plastic cover. It was one of those lessons where you learn the hard way, lol! (Note to self - next time use Epsom salts). :)

And finally, I created a jar for my girls to keep all their hair ties in. I am so sick of finding hair ties all over my house. Let's home this solution works!!!

Thanks for stopping by. I have missed all my blog followers and friends, and I hope to bring you lots of new projects and inspiration in the near future.

Cheers and hugs, xxx 


1 comment:

  1. Love all your projects. You never cease to amaze me my friend. Hugz xx


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