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Thursday, 21 April 2011

Recycle it at MAWTT for Earth Week

Good morning. I am so excited to be doing this post as it is my first DT project for Moving Along With the Times (MAWTT) - thank you girls for giving me the opportunity to work with you.
This week is Earth Week and with that in mind we would like to see you use something recycled on your projects.
I have recycled this Macaroon box - we got them from Betty's Tearooms in York when we went there for John's 50th birthday breakfast last month - scrummy yummy lol!!!

Before:

After: 

This week we are sponsored by:
Lady Bug Crafts Ink

LCI Online Store

and the lovely Lisa sent me some gorgeous images to work with - thank you hun :-) and
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
I 'recycled'/altered my box to make an Easter Egg gift box.


Image coloured with PM's
DP - Tim Holtz - Shabby Vintage
Flowers - Wild Orchid Crafts
Sentiment - Lady Bug Crafts Ink
Flat Back Pearls - Hobbycraft
Martha Stewart Frond Punch
Ice Stickles - Diamond
Ribbon - recycled from a pair of PJ's
Button - Stash

Challenges I would like to enter:

Ladybug Crafts Ink - Anything Goes
Try it on Tuesday - Recycle Something
Rainbow Lady's - Sweet Treats for Easter

Thanks for popping over.
Before I go I have been asked to share some more photos of my darling new Grandson Oliver.
So here they are:


 With Grandad

Mum & Dad

and Great-Grandma

And he will be visiting Grandma's house on Sunday - what an Easter treat that will be :-)

Have a fabulous day.
TTFN

26 comments:

Val said...

Fabulous project - love the colours.

How cute is that little grandson - he is adorable.

Hugs
Valxx

Kerry said...

I love your recycled box Debs (I love Betty's Tea Room too!!) and Olivia looks right at home on the front. And as if it can't get any better you've filled your Easter box with my all time FAVOURITE chocolate!!! Thanks for joining in the fun at LCI this week xx

Claire x said...

Well done on your DT for MAWTT - very jealous as I didn't make it :O( LOL - never mind! Your altered/recycled project is just fab and I love the way you have filled it with eggs - scrummy. Photos of Oliver are absolutely fab - he is so adorable and I vet you can't wait until Sunday for more huggles. Have a great day hun. Claire xx

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

Super altered gift box Debs - love the image and the embellishments.
Your new Grandson is adorable - thanks for sharing the photos.
Hugs, Sylvia x

Pami said...

What a great altered box Debs!! Such a great idea for Easter. And some fabulous photos! So sweet!! Enjoy your day. Pami x

Lisa Jane said...

oh wow Debs.. this is so pretty .. i love it !
Great use of the box..
Loving that little man lol
Thank you so much for my birthday card and gift
Lisa x

Pami said...

Hi Hon, should have said thanks for joining us at LCI this week, good luck! Pami x

Donna said...

Hi Debs, this altered box is adorable and it will make a wonderful keepsake for someone! Oliver is so gorgeous, bet he enjoys all his cuddles :) Donna x

Annie said...

that is one cute little lad you have there! and the box is gorgeous too!!
enjoy your Easter weekend.
hugs, annie x

Faye said...

What a gorgeous gorgeous project and the box ain't bad either! ;) Have a lovely Easter and enjoy Sunday especially. xxx

Faye said...

P.S. Well done on your new DT Spot! Mmmmmwah. xxx

Dolly Daydreams said...

What a great job you did with the box love the image. AHHH and your grandson such a cutie.


Marie

pinky said...

Now thats what I call recycling, such a gorgeous gift it has turned into with the perfect little image. Your grandson is a little sweetie, how lucky are you. Wishing you many years of health to enjoy him:) Thanks for playing along with us at LCI this week.
Pinky

Glenda Atkins said...

Oh Debs what an adorable grandson; lucky , lucky you! Your recycled box is pretty good too:D

xx glenda

Helen Dooley said...

great looking family. YUMMY macroons. cute project. Thanks for playign along on FOr Fun.

DesignerDiva said...

Fabulous Altered box Debs and great to have you with us proper this week. Too many gorgeous things on this post I'm lovin your Grandson I so want one! and chocolate too LOL
Hugs Laurie x

starcyl said...

I love your altered box, this is the kind of recycling I like one full of chocolate! Thanks for joining us at Rainbow Lady's this week.
Jenny x

Brenda Brown said...

What a great box Debs, love the colours and flowers and I see you have carried on the chocolate theme from last week hehe.
Gorgeous pics of Oliver and your family - you will be scrapbooking these soon I expect.
Enjoy the Easter weekend, especially Sunday when you have your special visitor.
luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox

Rainbow Lady said...

Super box and lovely looking contents. Happy Easter and thanks so much Love Cynthia x

Rainbow Lady said...

ooh I love Bettys too xx

Sue said...

Oh wow, what a fabby project, love the colours and the inside treat... what can I say!! Gorgeous photos of your grandson too - congratulations :-)

Thank you so much for joining in with this weeks Anything Goes challenge at Ladybug Crafts Ink, hope to see you next week :-)

Sue xx

Christine said...

Love the idea of your recycled box and from one of my favourite Tea Rooms too. Beautiful colours and my favourite chocolate inside.
Thanks for joining us at Rainbow Lady's challenge this week.
Have a super Easter with your new Grandson.
Christine x

Micki said...

ohh wonderful way to recycle that candy box. Well done and that little grandson is adorable! Thanks so much for playing along with us in The Sisterhood of Crafters for our Easter Challenge!

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

What a wonderful job you did on recycling this candy box! Fantastic idea!
Thanks for joining us at Penny's Challenge this week! Hope you can join in the fun again next challenge! See you then!

Darlene
Penny's Paper Crafty Challenges DT

P.S. What an ADORABLE baby! God Bless Him!

Jen said...

Lovely babe and super project. What a good idea. Thank you for joining in at Rainbow Lady's this week.
Jen x

TannyP said...

Well that treat box could be sent over to Canada ;) Beautiful job (and I would've taken the original contents, too....yum!)Oh - and congrats - he's a sweetie! Thanks for joining in the Sisterhood of Crafters Easter Eggstravaganza!