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Recycle with me- Reese Chocolate Box

Hello there! Today I’ve got two cards to share with you and of course I’ve got a video for you over on my YouTube channel.  This is the 2nd video in my new series “Recycle with me” over on YouTube.

So let’s get to today’s cards. For the recycled part I used a Reese chocolate box.  I decided to use this in a recycling project because of the non traditional colors.  
First off I cut down the box and chose the parts I wanted to use in my card.  Then I was ready to do my sentiments I used the stamp “snow country” a wood mounted stamp from Micheal’s $1.50 stamps that I’ve had in my collection for some time. I stamped it on vellum using memento tuxedo black ink. Then I added Micheal’s Recollections white embossing powder and heated that with the marvey heat tool to melt the embossing powder.   
After doing the sentiment was done I adhered all my layers together with the Scotch Advanced Tape Glider and some foam squares. I cut down the black card stock and the card base from Micheal’s Reco…

Recycle with me- Bath & Body works bag

Hello there and Happy New Year!!! I’ve been taking a break after my Christmas card series over on YouTube and getting things back to normal around my home after Christmas.  Also been organizing my craft room too and of course brainstorming new ideas for cards and videos over on my YouTube channel.

Today I’m officially starting a new series over on YouTube channel called “Recycle with me” where I take Recycled materials and pair it up with stamps and other normal crafting supplies.  I will also be doing non recycling projects too on my channel so stay tuned for all that is to come this year.  
Today’s card and video is a super simple one. I recently went to bath and body works and got a few things and I thought the images on the bag were so cute and I wanted to do a project with them. They could of been used for a Christmas card but since it was after Christmas I went with just a winter theme instead.

For these cards I just cut apart the bag and decided what parts I wanted to use on …