Monday

A bottlecap magnet.



Magnet 

Hello friends! Hope you had a great weekend...aside from the usual nephews-and-niece sitting, I was distracted by the Downton Abbey marathon on the local cable network...I really love the pretty clothes...:)

Did manage to make a bottlecap magnet with these yummy October Afternoon papers though....:)

Supplies: October Afternoon patterned papers, Ranger stickles, Maya Road bottlecap, corrugated cardboard, brad.

P/s: Can't wait to introduce you to my guest blogger tomorrow!  Don't forget to play along with my guest Miae's masking tape challenge...it ends on Friday! :)


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36 comments:

Amy Wing said...

Yvonne, this is totally fabulous. You are a master with miniature curios!

Creations by Shirl said...

Oh how creative... This is cute~ love those sparkly balloons and that fox is just adorable.....

Rose said...

super cute!!!
and look at all the fussy cutting :)

Miae said...

This is so adorable!! I love that scene you've created with the raccoon! It is amazing fussy cutting!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Toooooooooooo cute!!!!! I love love love love that raccoon and the glitter!!!!!

Blossom inch said...

that is so cute!!

Crafterkhush said...

This is such a gorgeous idea...i have a basket full on bottle caps... Now i know what to do with them.. Thanks Yvonne...!!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Yvonne feel like giving you a big hug---I love this!! How did you fit everything in it!! Amazing!

Lynnda said...

Hey me too... hook on downton abbey!!!... over here its on Sunday!!!.... okay... this bottle cap is really COOL!!!... besides hawt stuffs... you do create COOL stuff... super cute!!!... hugs...xoxo

Evelin said...

Love your bottlecap magnet! So pretty! :D

E.T. said...

wowiee!! this is super cute Y! I love it.

snehal watwe welde said...

Super cute and absolutely gorgeous with the tiny details.Can't wait to see your guest challenge tom.Still racking my brains for the present guest challenge of yours.

ARTiMAGINE said...

hey,

is this really so small?

or is it a bigger bottlecap??

its gorgeous...how do you make them so small???

Sherry Eckblad said...

OMG, I love this Yvonne. I bought the entire collection but have not yet used it.

WillieburgScrapper said...

Adorable!!!! Love the corrugated board detail and the dimension in the design. I have a bunch of Maya Road bottle caps- maybe I should try this out!

Angi said...

So super fun! Love this!

Annette said...

aww me likey...this is so adorable...such a fun idea...love the glittered balloons.

Tenia Nelson said...

Super cuteness!!

Katy said...

This is so cute!!

Mitra Pratt said...

adorable!!!

Isha said...

Love love love this Yvonne. I would be CASing this for sure...a great one day fun project to do with my girls:)

Cindy deRosier said...

Adorable!

Linda R said...

This is so darn sweet. You always come up with the best ideas..

Hugs~

~amy~ said...

Thanks for the much needed inspiration...I have a couple of those waiting to be embellished!

Tracey Sabella said...

Oh wow, this is darling!! ~ Blessings

http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

Ali said...

Oh how sweet is this??? Super!

Hussena said...

oh this is so adorable...you always come up with such amazing projects!! i love the way you have created a fun theme for the this bottle cap!!

sandi said...

Wow! This is just sooooooooooooo cute!!! Love it!

Emily Leiphart said...

Eeek, this is so cute, Yvonne! I was looking at those new OA papers and stamps the other day. I love your little bottle cap scene!

chillin with Quillin said...

this is sooo cute, and so tiny, love it!!!
Paula

Vic Lau said...

This is super cute and clever! I love it!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OH MY! I LOOOOOOOOVE this! All the little details! LOVE that brad--the glittered balloons!! LOOOOOOOOOVE:)

Alice Wertz said...

awwww.... this makes smile BIG!!! so so cute and delightful! fabulous project, Yvonne!

RiNNE said...

Love love love!! You are so creative!

Audrey Pettit said...

My gosh, what a sweet little creation!

Helen Tilbury said...

Cute!!!

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