Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Mini Tissue Cover

I've been playing in my little craft haven for the last 2 days....can't remember the last time I was able to play for more than a couple of hours at a time! I found a cute free cut file on The MTC (Make The Cut) forum last night, so when I woke up this morning I decided I was going to make one...just for the fun of it :) They are soooo cute. Here's what I did with it:




WHAT???? I hear you say.....no colouring or stamping in sight lol I did think of doing a coloured image for the top but decided to do something different for a change...AND it has a flower on it...wonders will never cease :)

The file is a freebie from "Quicklabs"....found it in the MTC forum under the Masterpieces heading. It cut beautifully. It fits the little travel pack size tissues.  Thank goodness for clever people who share their work because I haven't tried making my own cut files yet and don't know if I'd have the patience to learn!

The DP is all from the Kaiser English Rose Collection 6" pad. I've used an antique SU brad and some glittery hat elastic for the closure. The top is decorated with some rhinestone swirls from my stash and a gorgeous Prima flower.

I think I'm going to send this to my older sister as a little "just because" pressie :)

Thanks for looking......have a wonderful day :)

4 comments:

Brenda said...

Wow, this is amazing! Love this fabulous project!!
Hugs~Bren

creativchen said...

Dear Lynn,
I Just arrived at you blog. Oh my, do I love your art and creative mind! I'll be watching this blog closely, thank you for giving us so much of your time and mind. You make so wonderful and lovely works! I enjoyed the visit on your site. Many thanks for your beautiful inspirations!!
Many warm Hugs from Marina from Germany
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Tracy said...

This is so prety Lynne! I love that paper collection and who wouldn't want to cover an old ugly tissue box with something that beautiful. Fantastic project!

H2 :) said...

So very sweet Lynne. Love the "olde world" feel with the pretty rose papers & the gorgeous brad. You & Maxxie are very clever! Hugs :)

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