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Friday, 21 August 2015

Cut it Up Challenge Blog - #78 - Old School

 
Another challenge at the .......
Use old supplies or an old technique including a die cut.

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I have had this LD Tissue Box (CS) cutting file for over 2 years and have been meaning to make a project.  So, I am pleased to say that the challenge gave me the perfect opportunity to use it and I am so pleased with how it turned out.  I might even make a few of these for my colleagues at school as the school staff are always prone to colds during the Autumn Term!!

I have also used this taupe gingham cardstock which I have had for years, only because I love the colour and it was my last sheet, hence I didn't want to use it!

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I did alter the cutting file slightly, I moved the oval to the centre of the box, but you could place wherever you so desired.  I like how it opens at one end to slide your tissue packet into the cover.

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As it is the summer holidays and crafting time is almost zero with the kids around I kept it simple.  I used some yellow cardstock to create a rim around my oval aperture.  I also punched out some flowers and leaves which I arranged around the top of the box. Lastly, I created a small banner and stamped my sentiment.

So hopefully you can join and link up your entry to the ......

and you must use old supplies or an old technique including a die cut.
This challenge ends Sep 2nd, 2015 (noon EST)
Sponsored By:  Newton's Nook

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*If you do not own a digital cutting machine the LD Tissue Box includes a printable pdf file format included in the download.  You can print it out on your home printer and use as a template to cut with your favourite cardstock using scissors.

Make sure you check out the Design Team's projects for inspiration.

Joanna xx

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16 comments:

  1. What a great idea! My sister would love one of these on her desk! Hmm……..I'm going to have to investigate this a bit further! Your colors and flowers are so pretty!

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    1. Thank you so much Katrina, it was a such a quick project as the kids are on holiday and therefore my crafting is on hold, but just managed this one while all was quiet one evening!

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    1. Thanks Theresa for your kind comment, and for popping over to my blog to take a peek!

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  3. What a wonderful project!!! Great idea Love the pretty flowers!!! Have a great day.
    Gerda

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    1. Thanks Gerda its so easy to punch the flowers out using pretty papers.

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  4. Oh my that taupe gingham takes my breath away! So pretty and such a thoughtful gift too. I can see why you were hoarding it...I would have too...though I am trying to break the habit. "Use it up" is my new mantra :)

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    1. I like your new mantra, only wish I could stick to it! There are just too many tempting papers around and I buy far more than I need!

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    1. Thank you Leah for your kind comment and visiting my blog, I appreciate it.

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  6. This is a wonderful project! I love the paper, too. I can understand how you would want to keep it forever!!

    Evelyn

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    1. Thank you so much Evelyn it is much to use it for a project than be kept hidden away in my paper stash! Loved this challenge.

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    1. Thanks Michelle for your sweet comment.

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  8. Very cute, such a nice project! CIU DT

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  9. What a great project - a gift anyone would love to get. It really is a wonderful file.
    Hugs,
    Larelyn

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