Happy Friday, everyone!
I wanted to share another project that I designed for The Mad Scrapper. It's a makeshift vintage radio made from chipboard. The idea came when I was looking at all my supplies ... they kinda resemble little radio dials to me. Hence, the radio mini! :)
That silver flower is actually a recycled pop can that I embossed and applied some alcohol inks to. :) When you untie the orange wire ribbon, the radio unfolds to reveal a mini album.
And here's a sneak peek at the back:
If you'd like to come or order a kit, here's all the info:
Where: The Mad Scrapper (Issaquah, WA - 15 miles east of Seattle)
When: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
To sign up/order a kit: Call 425-427-8871
What to bring: Paper trimmer, detail scissors for fussy cutting, Walnut Stain, Black Soot, Walnut Stain distress ink, ink blending tool, ruler, paper distresser, paper piercer, cutting mat, craft mat, 1/8 hole punch, alcohol inks (blue and green preferred), pop dots, pen.
Thanks for looking, ladies! Have a fantastic weekend! I am going on holiday with my husband for our 3 year anniversary, so I won't get to peek at your creations for a little while. But now that I have more things checked off my list, I'll make sure to stop by and say hi when I get back!