Thursday, July 28, 2011

ATC and Rolodex

Hi There,
If you have been reading my blog you know that I have been in an Artist Trading Card and Rolodex swap. Soon all of those beautiful cards will be arriving in my mail box.  I figured I better make something to display them. I got the idea from watching ArteDar over at You Tube. You can find her here.
Here is the vido of what I made. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think.  I would love to hear from you.




Thanks for stopping,

10 comments:

By Shawna Rae said...

Hi Linda... I tried to watch your video but it's saying it's 'private'. :o(... Hope to maybe see it later!!

By Shawna Rae said...

Yeah... I was able to watch it. And your box is awesome!! Don't you just love finding things to alter at yard sales, etc.?! That looks like it will work wonderfully for the ATC's and rolodex cards. I love how it looks like those old library card files with the knob on the front. Wonderful job Linda!!

ArteDar said...

AWESOME! I dig what you did to alter the box...and countersink, YOU are GOOD! I have the tabletop jig saw too and know how hard it is sometimes...love the smell of cut wood too. The decorating is superb and so personalized wonderfully. I'm happy you used the knitting needles, FUN! Peace and Love, Dar

Kate said...

This looks great. Makes me want to make one and create my own ATC projects.

Hugs
Kate

Jane Wetzel said...

Amazing Linda- love this and wish I could come spend the day watching you create! lol tfs all the good stuff you do!

Dawnll said...

Oh my goodness I love this! I am not even in the swap and I want one

Dina said...

Linda! This is fantastic! very clever idea! I was able to veiw your video with no problems! Hugs! Dina

Angi @ CokiePop said...

I love altered projects. Fab idea. :)

ottersln said...

Fantastic box! Love the pattern paper and needle covers!

Curt in Carmel said...

Do you know how amazing you are? Seriously? This is so creative and I absolutely LOVE the detail you put into your work. I also love how you find all your "goodies" and the way you creatively use them. You simply amaze me. I am supplying you with a couple of links below, because this paper crafter I'm showing you reminds me so much of you in these things that she makes called "Paper Bag Albums". Take a look and I hope you enjoy (there are 3 separate links below):

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=350473609836&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT

http://debneerman.blogspot.com/2010/09/have-witchy-halloween.html

http://debneerman.blogspot.com/search/label/Paper%20Bag%20Albums

On the last one, it is a compilation of all the ones that she had highlighted on her blog. I just know you will love them! You'd be excellent at making them! Best, Curt