Hi!!! Happy Wednesday!!
It is Pam here today on the Craftwell Blog sharing with you my upcycled project!!
I decided to give my cat “Gracie” an upcycled treat jar.
He is so spoiled.
Gracie is a “boy”, lol!!!
He has a story to tell about his name!!!
I began of course with his treat jar….
Run strips of pattern paper through the Xyron Creative Station or use your favorite adhesive.
Wrap pattern paper that has adhesive applied to it along with borders around jar.
Stamp a Crazy Cat image on to water color paper.
Color with distress markers.
Sandwich prepared colored image along with die and label dies between two “A” plates, “B” plate, metal shim and platform using the Craftwell Cut N’ Boss.
Add labels and prepared crazy cat to front of jar.
Die cut borders and rosettes using two “A” plates and platform using Craftwell Cut N’ Boss.
Form rosettes; add large one to top of jar lid along with a metal knob.
Add smaller ones to front of snack jar.
Adhere small circles and brads to centers.
Wrap twine around jar lid ring with twine.
Die cut label using watercolor paper using Craftwell Cut N’ Boss, two “A”plates, “B”plate, metal shim and platform.
Water color paper with distress markers, dry completely.
Do stitch line work and pets name with the word “snack” with black pen.
Tie to twine.
Add twine bow.
I hope you have enjoyed my snack cat treat jar and try making a fun treat jar for your pet.
Remember this is a month of Upcycle Projects here on the Craftwell Blog so if you missed anything make sure to go back to the beginning of the month to get lots of inspiration from the Craftwell Cut N’ Boss Design Team.
Next week begins the Upcyle Projects from the EBrush Team, you won’t to miss out any of the projects. Hugs Pam
Craftwell Cut N’ Boss
Sizzix Crazy Cats
Sizzix Mini Rossettes
Sizzix Vintage Border
Graphic 45 Fashionista Pattern Paper
Graphic 45 Times Nouveau Pattern Paper
Graphic 45 Domestic Goddess Pattern Paper
Stampers Anonymous Crazy Cats
Ranger Distress Markers: Spiced Marmalade, Tea Dye, Salty Ocean
Metal Knob and Brads
Xyron Creative Station