Hi there, how are you? Christine S. here posting a recycled project today. I've been tidying some boxes lately & have kept a few to recycle, & this de-cluttering got my brain flowing with ideas. Hence, I've made a door hanger out of a 9"x4" cardboard from the scraps of my Secret Garden stash. As mentioned from some posts a couple of months ago, this collection is super pretty, so I had to transform this plain cardboard into something pretty. Here's what I made:
The Garden Roses paper was the last biggest sized paper I've got left from this collection, & lucky it fits the cardboard for my door hanger. I've cut out some circles from the Wildflowers paper & layered it among the die cut swirls, collectables & stickers from the collection.
I've used the Kaisercraft Swirls die to cut out swirls from 2 last scraps of paper. The good news is that the Swirls die is 20% off at the shop. Now that's a good deal!
I've added some glimmer mist, Kaisercraft flowers & a Prima key resin to finish it all off. Here's one last look of some Secret Garden goodness:
Folding piles of washing is a bit more enjoyable now, as I get to look at layers of pretty flowers. Don't forget to check out the Secret Garden collection here. As always, thanks for popping in & I hope you get some time to craft in this wet winter weather.