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July 15, 2013

Don't Throw Out All The Junk Mail!!!

Hello peeps!!! It's Danita from danitasdesigns.blogspot.com.

I literally had nothing to contribute this month to this blog post, until I was going through the mail at work and came across a piece of junk mail that sparked my interest.

The colors were so beautiful and it felt like a very smooth, heavy cardstock. I decided to keep it and see what I could come up with.

Here it is:

This is what it originally look like....junk mail!!!

Here's the back, isn't it pretty?

The Inside. I didn't use this for this project but I wanted to show it to you

So here's what I did. I cut out two squares, 1 @ 5" and 1 @ 5.25". I used a corner punch on the 5" one and glued it to the second one.

I cut the straws at 2.5" to make the candles and then I cut the "wicks' out of yellow cardstock and added red stickles for the flames.  Really simple.

I added some bling and adhered everything to a 5.25" white card base to finish.

I will forever be paying extra attention to the mail now!!☺
Thanks for looking!!!


Karon said...

Great card Danita - and love the reuse of such a beautiful envelope! TFS

papillon digital design said...

Great job Danita. That's a lovely mail and a great way to recycle . TFS

Michelle said...

Love this a recycling tip - thanks Danita!

scrapnlifeaway said...

great job!!! I will def think twice before throwing out any junk mail now!!!

Dk said...

Thank you ladies

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a great card! Love the repurposing of tis project. thanks for sharing.

Unknown said...

What a great card!!! Love the repurposed paper!!!

I sell some of my work at a local shop where most everything is upcycled and repurposed - it really opens your eyes to what you can create with!!!

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