Debby's Dare Demo: Canned Flowers

I could not resist the title of today's Debby's Dare Demo.  LOL  While watching Cool2Craft (and do check it out...AWESOME) with Tiffany Windsor one of the women with Cool2Craft was showing making jewelry with soda cans.  Sooooo, I decided to put my twist to it and make Canned Flowers.

Enjoy the demo and leave a comment.  I'm in a sneaky mood today and might sneak in and pull a winner for a giveaway/RAK just anytime!





heART of Scrapbooking
Arrived and ready to come to your home is...
   *Moxxie's Wizardly
   *Graphic 45's Steampunk Debutante (read why it is called this over in the marketplace)
   *90 wonderful colors of American Crafts cardstock.  If you own an a manual or electric die cut machine it will give you the cleanest cut of all cardstock.  Reduce the fuzzy on your mats. 

More additions to the whole of heART of Scrapbooking will be popping up daily.

Gratitude List
1.  being able to contribute to the family financially
2.  Adam, his birth date was 27 years ago today and I'm blessed
3.  God's provision of sound counsel
4.  sweet sleep
5.  God's promise of love unconditional and grace unending

Comments

  1. Kerri#10176:34 AM

    how awesome is that ! but being the queen of recycling has a new spin, thanks for sharing debby :) you always have great vids & this one is no exception ! plus sneaky is cute & adorable hehehe. good luck to all & sending fiskalove from new zealand

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  2. Great idea Debby and as usual, your video is A-one! Thankyou for the inspiration!

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  3. Gorgeous flower Debby...and great idea! I guess now I have to pick my canned drink according to the color of the can and not the flavor of the drink inside! lol...Nancy :o)

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  4. What a great way to recycle! lol wish i was that creative in recycling! Great tip on the American Crafts cardstock for die cut machine! I have notice with certain papers that leave a fuzz mess on mat. I will have to get them and try it out.

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  5. What a great idea! Love this recycling tip and the American Craft tip.

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  6. thanks for sharing .. lovely .. great flower out of the can

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  7. Wow! Fantastic flower!!

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  8. Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing.

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