This time we are trying to inspire you to recycle and reuse to create something at StampARTic.
After Christmas, we had a lot of thin cardboard boxes and soda cans left over. I uses some of the cardboard to create an Alcohol ink storage and the metal from the cans to create the corners on the box.
The box will take eight bottles of alcohol ink.
The papers are are some old papers, that I wanted to get used.
I used old soda cans to create the metal corners. The soda can was washed and cut open. I used a circular punch to create the circle.
I cut one line from the edge of the circle to the center, and folded along the other lines. I glued one flap (marked blue) and folded it under the flap on the other side of the cut line
You can find the template for this storage box under.
The small "Watch" is made by cutting silver coloured cardboard with Tim Holtz Alterations, Movers and Shapers, Pocket Watch. I have made a circular die cut out of cardboard from old packaging, covered it with metal tape and embossed the circle. I have glued the circle to the die cut watch with 3D foam tape and added alcohol ink to the top of the tape for effect.
Templates and Copyright - Please read.
This is my own template. You are free to use my templates, and publish your own craft. However, it would be nice if you link back to me. Please do not sell or publish my templates, as they are or edited! My templates are copyrighted by law.
Dette er min egen mal. Du kan fritt bruke malen til å lage dine egne arbeider. Du kan også fritt publisere ditt eget arbeide. Jeg ville imidlertid satt pris på om du linket tilbake til meg. Du har ikke lov til å publisere eller selge mine maler, som de er eller redigert. Mine maler har copyright under Åndsverksloven.
The 3 small dividers have to be placed in the the openings in the inside divider before gluing it inside the box. Also glue the raised bottom to the inside divider (one on each side under the 3 small dividers). I reinforced the space between the bottom and the reinforced bottom with extra layers of card.
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