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Monday, April 23, 2012

Made Especially For You-Earth Day!

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Hey All!

Its time for another card challenge at Made Especially For You!!! And what a fun challenge we have this week! Here are the details!

Week of April 23rd - April 29th

Challenge: Create a card using a recycled material (for Earth Day! :) You could use old book pages, bottlecaps, newspaper, basically anything that has been used before and is now being re-used on your card

Sponsor: Jessica's Craft Shaque

Prize: Winner will receive a set of decorative corsage pins

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So, what did I decide to RECYCLE for Earth Day???? Well, my hubby is a HUGE recycling junkie! He has found ways to recycle EVERYTHING! And by everthing, I mean EVERYTHING!!! So what could I take from his recycling stash that would ALSO work on a card???? That required thinking...

BUT THEN...AHA!!! I had my OWN recycling stash!!! I remembered some things I held onto when I received some gifts from my hubby! He gave me a congrats gift that came with a cute ribbon on it, and then I had gotten a nice padfolio for work, and they had a nice off white piece of card stock, or at least it felt that way, inside it! Well, being a paper horder, I couldnt get rid of it!!!

Those were my two recycling items!!! So you wanna see my card???

So, now I want you to go and check out the rest of the design teams inspiration!!! We have one more post left! Then the new DT will start!!!

Make sure enter up your take on this project at!! still a chance to win the cartridge!!!

OK all! Hope to find you Craftin' and Stampin'


Georgiana said...

I love to reuse ribbon from packaging. There are always so many ways to use it.

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Heather Lynn said...

ohhh..very pretty!! love it your card, Jessica! :)

i'm doing a little giveaway on my blog so come check it out if you like ribbons and things! (who doesn't?! lol)

Sherrie K. said...

Awesome job on your card and way to go on using recycled the ribbon!
Sherrie K

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