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Upcycled raisin box ...another chance to win some Stash Cash from Your Scrapbook Stash! :)


My stuff upcycled container

Another chance to win some stash cash from Your Scrapbook Stash! :) [Have you entered the previous giveway?]

I don't know about you but I'm always in need of containers to put my stuff in...*LOL*


And it makes me really happy when I can upcycle something...:)


I glued some scrunched up wrapping tissue around the container, then wrapped some burlap and trims around it. The container's plastic so I could use brads to adhere the burlap and trims. Not too shabby for a 30 minute project eh? *winks*

Supplies: Sunmaid raisin container, wrapping tissue, burlap, twine, brads, (from Your Scrapbook Stash) :Crate Paper chipboard, stickers and paper, Webster's Pages trim.

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44 comments:

Laurel said...

Wow, love it, love the burlap!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

I am having some serious burlap envy over here!! LOVEEEEEEEEEEE this! :):):):):):):):):):):)

Crafterkhush said...

That burlap makes it just soo cool.. Love it.. and for 30 mins this is awesome...!!

Lynnda Hosni said...

Yvonne... you are genius my friend... I love it... and I'm like you...always sucker for container...as you'd already know... im a neat freak!!... ahh I so want ... this... I must try to make one for myself... thanks for sharing babe... hugs..xoxo

Blossom inch said...

oh wow..what a brilliant idea...totally love this altered art!

Hussena said...

wow that's really cool recycling. nice idea with the burlap it looks so pretty.

RiNNE said...

I think the mixture of burlap and lace is brilliant!

Sparkle said...

This is just lovely!

Ujjwal said...

That container looks so awesome! I am loving all your burlap creations!

Thanks for another chance at the giveaway!

Romina's Cretive Crafts said...

lovely !!it looks fab !!

snehal watwe welde said...

Lovely I love the rustic yet chic feel ...the heart makes it sassy and the burlap rustic

Faye Marie said...

What a great project!!!!! Love the burlap!!!!!

Piali said...

This is Brillant! The burlap & lace combo is FAB!!

Avni said...

WOW! This looks so cool. I feel like making one too! The lace is so gorgeous:)

Handmade Cards by Archana said...

love it!love the burlap and the lace combination!!

Amanda Johnson said...

I love it! The burlap wrapped around is such a different idea!

~amy~ said...

hoping this isn't a dup...blogger freaked out on me...love the upcycling...you can never have enough containers to stash stuff!

Lea said...

Wow, your upcycling never ceases to amaze me! Great idea and I love the burlap!!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Now how cute is that!! So adorable, and so useful, too. Love, love the upcycling here. From trash to treasure. I totally love the burlap wrap. Adds such great texture. And I spy one of my favorite Webster's trim. What a great mix it is with the burlap.

sandi said...

Wow! This is just fab! So neat and so quick! I'm going to give this a try! Thanks for sharing this! Yippee!

Tenia Nelson said...

This is AWESOME!!!!!!

Lisa C. said...

Wow - what a great idea!! There's so many containers that are perfect for dressing up!! I love the burlap :)

Julie E said...

Oh gees!!! What a creation. I have a mini pile of containers to upcycle - all thanks to you :>)

sylv said...

WOW, so lovely!!

Lizzyc said...

Hi.. what a fabulous idea!! and i love the tute on the last post about the tissue paper.. love the texture it makes on the layout.. i really should try it!! thanks for your comments on my blog too.. i really appreciate them!

Joni Parker said...

I think you are this tissue paper queen (between this project & the last).... I'm soooo amazed and inspired by your creativity!!

Miwa said...

How cool is this? Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

Melissa said...

How very cute and shabby!

Nitasha said...

Cutest raisen box I've ever seen!!! I'm inspired to go and transform a Pringle box that I've had for months with intentions to transform it into cute stash storage!!! Thanks so much!

Spardha said...

Super duper fabbie project!.. Love the jute! :D :D
Your upcycling rocks!..its super inspiring! :D

Jess said...

fabulous project Yvonne! love it!

Alice Wertz said...

love how you dressed up the container! fabulous project, girl! love it!

Lisa Watson said...

You DEFINITELY transformed that raisin container!!! FABULOUS!!

Theresa said...

how creative... that is so stinking cute. what are you storing in it??? i think it would be cute if you used it for a gift box too..
=)

papertrails leaver said...

this is another cool idea! You always share the greatest ideas. I love that you covered the plastic and can't see inside the container for a surprise!

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Joni Parker said...

Yvonne...thanks so much for coming by my blog today and commenting on my post... so sweet of you to do that!! Thanks again!!

E.T said...

i need to do this to my dustbin! absolutely love this idea.

Angi @ CokiePop said...

Your upcycling ROCKS!!! I love that burlap. Thanks for the great idea. I'm gonna "borrow" it to make containers for my classroom this year. :)

Helen Tilbury said...

Very cool project! I keep various containers but never get round to blinging them up!! Would love to know what goodies you chose to store in this one :)

lynn said...

oh, i LOVE the burlap!--such a cute project:)

Mo said...

Ha ha! Do you know how many times I fish things outta the recycle bin???? And when I do this, most times I think of you and how you upcycle!! LoL! Funny how crafty blog buds seem to make it into our crafty thoughts! It's because you are inspiring!

Sue said...

This is way cool!

DianeMoneyGoolsby said...

just LOVE your 'UPCYCLED' [sounds so much prettier than 'recycled']raisin container--and it is beautiful. I recycle all the time--but from now forward, I will be UPCYCLING--no REcycling!!

DianeMoneyGoolsby
http://DianesDigitalDesigns.blogspot.com/

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