I am teaching this class at my lss. (Some folks have asked where I am teaching this. On 24th August, I'll be teaching this class at Yesterday's Scrapbooking in Omaha, Nebraska. So, if any of you live near or are in Omaha, please do sign up for my class.) They're Starbucks bottles that have been covered with pp, vellum, fibers and altered floss bobbins. In one container, I placed some candy inside. In another container, I placed some altered popsicle sticks (these were punched with my new Crop-A-Dile, also). In another bottle, I added a "message in a bottle" for the recipient. And, in the last bottle, I added some fun pedicure / manicure goodies. The bottle carrier has also been altered. I used an Accucut machine to cut out the letter "E" (for personalization). I cut an "E" out of chipboard, and then covered it with patterned paper. TFL! ~Ethel~
Date: Friday, June 16, 2006 GMT Views: 7160
Registered: March 29, 2005 Location: Nevada Posts: 11627
Fri, Jun 16, 2006 @ 8:39 PM
I save my starbucks bottles for projects as well! I can honestly say I haven't done anything quite this clever, however my granddaughter who is 10 made an adorable one with stickers, fibers, primas, etc. to put some of my embellishments in to keep at her house. Yours are just the cutest I've seen so far! Should be a really fun class!