Hey everyone! Happy Independence Day to my American readers. To the rest - Happy Wednesday!
Today I have my example for the challenge at LateNite Stampers - to use something recycled on our project. This challenge is near and dear to my heart - I recycle and reuse all the time.
This is what I came up with:
It is a CD picture album, this one with a Halloween twist. I was going through photos the other day and I could not believe how many I have of the kids when they were little. So I need somewhere to put them. Hence the Halloween theme.
I used 6 old CDs, covered them in DSP and then used my drill press to drill holes in them. (A Crop-a-dile would work as well) Then I cut out letters and the witch images from Wicked Cool and glued them on the pattern I chose for the front cover. I could not find my googly eyes so I used two black pearls for embellishment. To hold the "pages" together, I used a 1" binder ring and then tied several ribbons on it. I did not decorate the pages yet since I want to pick the photos for each page and embellish accordingly.
Hope this encourages you to try either a CD album or another project using recycled "stuff".
Bye for now!!