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Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Sharing What They Make

A while back I posted my tote that holds 4 milk cartons using the new Stampin' Up! "Milk Carton" die. I LOVE that die! I have used it a lot and have LOTS more uses for it in the near future. I offered the pattern (click here to see that post) and I also asked to see what those of you who got the pattern did with them. I got my first reply back on that!

You can still get the pattern, just email me. It's in a PDF format and I am not able to post that on here. I'm not sure why. Maybe it's me not knowing how to do it but I tried to post it the "usual" way and nothing. SO, be brave and email me!

This was made by Kim at "Stamp, Scrap & Get Kreative". I love the colors she used. And I love how great the tote turned out. The pattern is designed to make a tote to hold 4 milk cartons or to make 2. It's very versatile and easy to make.

There is SO much going on here. The purple band around the tote has been scalloped with the border punch along one edge. The flowers in front are adorable

They are all punched out using decorative papers. The totes are made using card stock and decorated with punched flowers some bling and don't forget those adorable Library Clips at the tops. I am still waiting for my butterfly Sizzlet and in my emails today I saw that something is being shipped to me. It's hopefully them. I could go check but I don't want to be disappointed right now. I'm in a good mood, lets not spoil it!!! LOL

These milk cartons are great because all the scoring and cutting is done for you. All you do is fold tape or glue it together and then the fun and creativity begins. There's no limits to how you can decorate your cartons! Well, there probably is some limits but by the time you've made that many that you've reached limits you've made too many!!! LOL

So what do you think? Isn't it just adorable? It's so fun to see what others do with your patterns. This one is a thumbs up for sure!

Thank you Kim for allowing me to share your finished tote with everyone. You did a fabulous job on it!

And thank you for visiting my blog today,
Wanda

3 comments:

Kadie in Arizona said...

I think one simple word describes the milk carton and holder.....and that would be AWESOME! Thanks for sharing this masterpiece.

Kim said...

Hi Wanda!!
Thanks so much for sharing my creation with your readers! And thanks for sharing the great tutorial with me so that I could make my little tote!!

lisa808 said...

Beautiful! Love the colors, swirls, and all the embelishments.