Monday, 26 August 2013

Graphic 45 Bohemian Bazzar Caddy

I seem to have ended up with lots of cardboard wine carriers (you know the ones you get for free at the supermarket).


I was going to throw them away, when four little words seemed to jump out at me:



So I did! I used a few sheets of Graphic 45 paper from the Bohemian Bazzar collection to décor\te the inside and outside of the caddy, added a decorative border (using an EK Success punch) and a few white flowers and punched matching centre's from the G45 paper and added a few little adhesive gems.





Hope you like it!

17 comments:

  1. I knew there was a reason I should drink more wine!!
    Great idea deb
    P x

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    1. Who on earth need's a reason...lol

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  2. Here from CBN. amazing transformation. Helene Huber

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  3. wow this is brilliant i think i need to head to the supermarket lol xxx

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  4. This is fantastic. I love how you've re-used it.

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  5. Gorgeous and great recycling x

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  6. might just have to avail myself of some of these carriers minus the wine lol x

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  7. Oh my I love this Debs, I think when I go shopping I need to get one too.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  8. What a wonderful idea! I've got several of these lurking around the house.

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  9. Wow! That is amazing! And so handy! I need to track me down some wine carriers!!!

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  10. that is amazing might have make couple these for fundraiser ive got 7th september :D

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  11. Brilliant idea! I might have to buy more wine just so I can get one!! x

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  12. I have just seen this on FB, what a brilliant transformation of something so simple! Such a useful craft caddy - well done!

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  13. What a great reason to buy more wine - fabulous up-cycling - beautiful papers and I love the flowers.
    xx

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  14. Great idea. It's always nice to see other people's crafting ideas. I like the colours and the papers. Keep up the good work.

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