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Baggage Check posted Apr 11, 2015
by sweetsour

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Just a page for fun to try something out! For a mask, I used the corrugated paper cover that came in the heart shaped box of chocolates my hubby gave me, and then blew the mist outwards.
Submitting to the Apr GD Leslie's #4 Earth Day chall. for the upcycle- one of my tags is a baggage tag from the railway where my hubby used to work.

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This submission used products from ... Maya Road, Crate Paper, Pink Paislee, Studio Calico



Comments

lesmitch
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4/12/15 12:43 am
This is awesome! I love it ad would have never thought of a lid for a box of chocolates. very clever


stateless
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4/12/15 7:34 am
This is so awesome! LOVE the giant heart - great idea to use the chocolate box!! Fantastic layering and I love the adorable chippy photos! Saving this to my favorites!


blbabe1234
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4/12/15 8:54 am
Sweet! I absolutely love the giant heart! And all the layering is awesome


Joanne G.
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4/12/15 5:17 pm
Love the splats!


average_kim
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4/13/15 11:21 am
Awesome splattering around the heart mask! Love this!


emmapaige
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4/18/15 10:29 am
Fabulous distressed background and the large heart rocks!


Deanna13
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4/21/15 10:12 am
Sweet photos and great accents, Karrie!


ang_scraps
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5/1/15 7:37 pm
I like the tag, the giant heart and those splatters.


Eve W.
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1/18/17 11:31 am
Love the spatter background


linda m.
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4/10/17 8:57 pm
Love how you used the candy liner as a stencil. The splatters are beautiful! All the different kinds of layers are wonderful. A favorite!