I altered a nut can to create this pinecone bucket. This is my project for the Stamp Simply Challenge on my Blog each Friday. Today's challenge is to go Back to Nature -- to use some element of nature in the creation of your project. Fun!
Stamps: Brayton Font (95 pt) used with Harmony Rectangle Stamper and Harmony Classic Oval II, all by JustRite
Paper: SU Very Vanilla, Kraft, Handsome Hunter, Tree Wrap from hardware store, unknown Velveteen Paper
Ink: SU Basic Brown and Kraft White
Accessories: Recycled Tin Can, Electric Fence Wire, Wire Snips, SU Jumbo Brass Eyelet, Cropadile, SU Antique Brass Hodgepodge Hardware, Large and Small Pine Tree Punches by Emagination, Pinecones, Checked Ribbon, Hemp Twine, Needle and Button Thread, Petite Oval Nestabilities by Spellbinders, Large Glue Dots, Xyron X
Thanks much for looking!
Date: Thursday, November 6, 2008 GMT Views: 1145
Registered: November 14, 2007 Location: Maine Posts: 83
Fri, Nov 07, 2008 @ 3:06 AM
I love this can!!! I need to make one now. I also collect pinecones. I have bags of them everywhere. Wherever I go, if there are pinecones on the ground I have to take some home. I get the "obsession" from my grandmother because she loves pinecones. My husbands says that I need to use them or get rid of them but they are too pretty to use :D But with this can I can have them sit on my countertop and look pretty.