Garden Shed Blog Hop & Linky Party

by Karen Wyngaard

I'm not very good at wood working, but I enjoy making useful items from book board. It's a whole lot easier to use a craft knife and book binding glue than saws, screws and nails!

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I was inspired me to make a storage box for my seed packets. It is constructed from book board cut to size, wrapped in Citron Plain, and decorated with Garden Shed embellishments.

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You can scroll down to the bottom of the page if you'd like to take a look at my project in more detail.

Are you ready to see what our other talented bloggers have made? Lilian at The Leaf Studio is your next stop. I've included a full list of bloggers below, just in case you lose your way. Enjoy!

Club Scrap (you are here)

Lilian at The Leaf Studio

Kay's Keepsakes

Deb Duz Scrappin

Jennifer at Scrappy Side of Me

Hetty at Craft Chaos

Pam at APeeling Papercrafts

Tricia at The Efficient Crafter

Inkstains with Roni

Julie at Cape Cod Scrapper

Anne Marie at Artfully Balanced

Tina at Finding Your Niche

Lisa at Rockin Paper, Scissors and Glue

Donna at Hawthorne Hill

Josette at Little Bits

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The Floral Wood Tag stamped with mini alpha stamps from my stash to spell out "SEEDS".

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I decorated the sides of the box with the 8.5x11" White Hive Print. The Butterfly (Art Nouveau UM) stamped in India ink, colored with markers, and fussy cut.

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Wood Plant Stakes trimmed and white washed to create a faux picket fence.

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A bit of Stickles glitter glue adds just the right amount of sparkle to the bee and butterfly wings.

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I decorated the top of the hinged lid with an Embellishment Cutapart and Silver Watering Can Charm.

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