Sunday, July 24, 2011

Trash to treasure

Hope everyone had a great weekend.  Its been a week after my birthday and I'm glad I'm back to my crafty mood.   My birthday celebration was simple and shared with my family.  It was just a day I want to skip.  Well, our car was stolen on that day and so glad that nobody was hurt.  It was just now that I can tell all these things here in my blog. 

Anyway,  crafting and scrapbooking will always make me happy and I just love turning trashes into treasure.  
Here's a peanut butter made into an artsy canister for my inkido blooms.  An addition to my growing artsy canisters.  I used my inkido blooms and laces and adhered using a hot glue.
the other side with a metal embellishment from Kort og godt:
close up on the dangling:

Thanks for the visit!  Hope I inspired you today.  So  before you throw that bottle, just look how you can prettify it with some lace and flowers in your stash.

Have a nice day!


Sandy Ang said...

Oh what a complete transformation of a peanut butter jar. You've inspired me to look around the fridge for crafty possibilities.

peggy aplSEEDS said...

whaaaat!? your car was stolen?! oh my! good thing you always have your arts and crafts to destress you! the layouts in your past posts are wonderful!

Audrey Pettit said...

This is absolutely adorable, Jona! And I just love the idea of recycling old junk into something new and wonderful. :)
So sorry about your car being stolen on your birthday. I don't blame you for wanting to just forget about that day. So hoping everything gets worked out soon.

Lynn Stevens said...

OMG, I'm so sorry to hear your car was stolen and right around your birthday. I'm so terribly sorry, I do hope they find it!
On another note what a beautiful transformation you really did makr Trash to Treasure!
Hope this week goes much better.
hugs Lynn

Camilla Ekman said...

*sigh* So gorgeous!!

just lisa said...

okay....that is just gorgeous!! I love how you made that - makes me want to make some too!!!

bebang said...

love it! what a great idea Jona.. i will be making some of these soon :) para may pang gift sa darating na Christmas... thank you for dropping by my blog... your comments make my day.. i hope to visit your blog more often too. see you around! :)

melody said...

oh..what a SCRUMPTIOUS altered jar! love it!