Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Let's Do Lunch Tool Box

Due to my illness, I lack projects to put on my blog, so I thought I'd share my PTI GSS entry for this month a bit early. I'll have some new stuff soon and I'll show you all the cool stuff my Secret Sister sent me!

This is my modified version of the My Timeless Template Let's Do Lunch. When I saw the lunch box template, I saw a tool box. It was really easy to make this modification and I think it turned out cute. My kids love carrying little buckets of crayons around the house or they grab a bucket and a coloring book when we have to be in the car for awhile. This tool box easily supports the weight of 24 crayons. I made 2- 2x2 cube inserts to hold the crayons up for easy reach. The dowel is painted with True black and Vintage cream ink using a sponge dauber. I used flat washers to support the dowel and I used rubber washers to hold the dowel in place. I used my Scor Pal to add dimension to my front panel and distressed it with summer sunrise and vintage cream ink.

Thanks for looking and have a great day!
All supplies from Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted: Let's Do Lunch template. Stamp sets: Spooky Sweets II, Fresh alphabet. Paper: Summer sunrise, pure poppy, kraft, black, pure poppy bitty dot. Ink: Landsape, summer sunrise, pure poppy, ripe avocado, hibiscus, raspberry, true black, vintage cream. Summer sunrise ribbon. mini clothes pin, flat washers, rubber washers, scallop circle nestabilities

22 comments:

  1. OMG that tool box is awesome.....

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  2. Wow,,this tool box is amazing, what an awesome idea.

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  3. I LOVE this! I think this will get you the spot again :o) Get better woman!!

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  4. This is GREAT! You are so creative. I hope to see your name in lights again this month!

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  5. Oh, my goodness, this is awesome!!! I love, love, love it! What a great idea for the kiddos to carry around their crayons, or other "tools", too. My kids would get a kick out of that. I have this template already {you got me started on them :) }so I'm going to see how I can recreate this. Thank you for sharing, it's awesome!!!

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  6. I thought you'd been sick!!! That was some GOOD stuff you were on- this is FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. I hope you are feeling better. This is such a great idea!

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  8. Hope you are feeling better. The tool box is fantastic.

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  9. this is super! i totally love laurens templates. sure hope you feel better soon!

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  10. That is really cute! I LOVE the idea! Great job. Hope you feel better soon........

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  11. You're going to win again! This is fantastic - - ingenious and adorable...and functional. So precious to see the kids carting this around, I'm sure.

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  12. Isn't this soooooo cute. I am sure any little one would love to have one of these.

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  13. What a great project! so colorful and cute!! I have an award on my blog for you when you get a chance. :)

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  14. So so cute, you are so creative! Hope you feel better soon!

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  15. Annie - this is the cutest. I love it. Feel better!

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  16. Such a fun project! Sure to get lots of use!

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  17. This is so cute, Annie! My kids need one of these to hold all their art supplies!

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  18. Oh my, this is way too cute! Looks just like a tool box, lol!!

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  19. That is totally adorable! What a fun way to use the template.

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  20. Oh so cute, love it love it love it!

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  21. This is just adorable! love it!

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  22. What a fun project! I have to get myself to try out Lauren's templates.

    Alma =)

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