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My Goals for 2015:

1. Update my goals for 2016 in January of 2016 :)
2. Maximize my crafting time!
3. Keep plugging away at scrapbooking photos!!
4. Learn how to Heat Press!!
5. Have fun!


Sunday, April 22, 2012


Happy Earth Day! 

Welcome to the Recycle, Reuse & Re-Purpose Blog Hop in Honor of Earth Day! Every year, The United States and over 100 different countries join together in the celebration of Earth Day on April 22nd. Earth Day is the largest, most celebrated environmental event worldwide. On Earth Day, we remember to appreciate nature and learn ways to protect our environment. Find ways that you can help keep the planet clean and help protect our environment!

Today our Hop is Hosted by Tina from Crafty and Green. She Loves to Craft Green!! What a Great Way to Share our Love of the Earth by having a Fun Blog Hop! You should have hippity hopped along from AMY, but if you just stopped by my blog to visit today, I don't want you to miss a single thing!! Please start at the beginning which is HERE.

For your convenience, here is an entire list just in case you get lost along the way:
  1. Tina- http://craftyandgreen.blogspot.com
  2. Amanda - http://Oldenough2beakid.blogspot.com/
  3. Lisa W.-http://mycraftyspaces.blogspot.com
  4. Gill - http://creationsbygillm.blogspot.com
  5. Amy - http://www.lovetocrop.com/
  6. Lori - http://www.scrappinmystressaway.blogspot.com/ ****HERE
  7. Ann Marie- www.creativeramblings345.blogspot.com****NEXT
  8. Cheryl - http://cardsbycg.blogspot.com/
  9. Kimberly ~ http://scrappingrookie.blogspot.com/



Sponsors & Blog Candy:
What's a Hop without some fun Candy to go Along with it? 

 Scraptastiscal Kreations- $20 Gift Certificate

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Crafty Sentiments Designs- 3 Digi Stamps

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Simply Silverton- A bath kit in the fragrance of the winners choice-
Two 4 oz bars of soap, 7 oz body Souffle, and 16 oz of Bathsalts.
(Natural organic soaps and body products)
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Rules to be Eligible for The Blog Candy:
1.)  You MUST visit each blog and leave a comment on every blog in the hop
2.) You must become a follower of Crafty and Green if you aren't already!
3.) For an “Extra” Entry for the Blog Candy, Please Friend Tina at CraftyandGreen on Facebook

Now, Onto My Project:
I made two projects, but only did a tutorial for the first one. The second project (shown at the end) took on a life of its own :)





I went to the thrift store and rescued this nasty looking cookie sheet.  I also rescued a lamp shade that I used in my second project.  I spent $2!

I grabbed some spray primer that I had left over from another project and primed both sides of the cookies sheet.



Next, I spray painted the cookie sheet black to match my scrap nook.

Using my Gypsy and purple vinyl, I cut out "Imagine" from Wall Decor and More sized at 2.29 inches. I cut out the swirl from Home Accent sized at 6.70 inches. 

I use settings 3-3-3 on my Expression (or Vinyl on my E2) and then weed out the extra pieces.  I use clear contact paper as my transfer tape.  I de-stick my clear contact paper on my jeans.  I forgot this step once and really regretted it!

I took some denim from some of my old jeans after I lost weight and glued a strip onto a cardstock circle making a flower.  I put a purple gem in the center and glued it to the cookie sheet.

I mounted my magnet board to my cupboard door (that hides my circuit board) above my desk.
I removed the lamp shade from the frame and used the bottom ring as a frame for my wreath.  I cut strips of denim and tied them onto the ring along with white tulle.  I tied a tulle bow and clipped on three gerber daisies from Michaels.  I hung this on my basement door near my craft nook.

I used the top of the lamp shade for another Recycled project ~ a clip it.  You can see the project and how I made it HERE.

Thank you so much for joining me today to celebrate Earth Day. Now, Please Hippity Hop on over to the talented ANN-MARIE to see what she has created for your viewing Pleasure!


30 comments:

sarah said...

great idea w/baking sheet & ur wreath is so cute..thx. for share..
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Roberta: Mother of 3 said...

What a wonderful idea for an old pan or baking sheet! I actually have a few that were my grandmothers, and didn't really want to get rid of them, but they are not really good for even baking anymore! I totally forgot they are magnetic!!!! This would be a great idea for my son to use magnetic letters on for spelling, too! Roberta mrsme6th@bellsouth.net

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Kristi said...

Love your cookie sheet! SO cute! The fact that you took a ring from a lampshade is so cool!
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anna said...

I love both of your green ideas! What a creative way to reuse a lamp shade! I enjoy making wreaths and will have to try that soon!

Crafty and Green said...

Super Cool Projects!! I'm very inspired! Thank you so much for joining us!!

Many Blessings,
Tina

MyCraftySpace said...

I totally love the baking sheet idea. I have all stainless appliances, so no place to magnet notes and reminders.....this is awesome...as for the wreath, well, now I know what to do with my fat pants!!!!

Sarah said...

Great ideas! I love the lamp shade idea. Thanks for sharing. New follower

~Sarah
http://simplyshaddock.blogspot.com

Nancy Kirkup said...

wow, what fabulous ideas!! Love the cookie sheet idea for a magnetic board, simply fabulous!!! New follower, can't wait to see what you share next!
Nancy K
http://alwaysastorycreationsbynancy.blogspot.com/

Pamela Horton said...

I love these ideas!!!!

Shawnee said...

I love the idea of the baking sheet for your door. Also the wreath is beautiful as well. Great job!

lizzie said...

Oh how cute!

Linda said...

WOW What a fabulous idea with the cooking tray! I am loving your wreath too. Both are Awesome projects. Thank you for sharing.

Hugs
Linda xxxx

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Miriam said...

Very nice projects, thanks for sharing! Definitely going to repurpose some old baking sheets I have around!

Wunder's Creations said...

Love the idea of a magnetic board! I have a few cookie sheets that are needing replaced and what better way to salvage them. Thanks for the idea!!

Tasha said...

Love this idea! Thanks for sharing.

jessica said...

These are awesome projects!! Love all the recycling! What a GREAT use for old clothes that don't fit!!!
TFS
jessica
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Michele from MS said...

Wow! What an awesome and inexpensive idea! I have several of those poor looking cookie sheets! Thanks for the inspiration! msmith38652@gmail.com
http://michelescraftroom.blogspot.com/

CREATIVE M said...

Great idea with the Baking pan!Love it!
http://craftingwithcreativem.blogspot.com

HeatherLynn said...

Wow!!! Love your cookie sheet/magnet board! Your wreath is cool too! Thanks so much for the inspiration!!
Happy to be a new follower!
Hugs,
HL

rlovew said...

Fabulous idea for an old cookie sheet!

PurpleFuntastick Creations said...

What a neat idea...have to remember the pan idea before I throw out mine and re-use it! and your wreath is cute! :) new follower

Susan M. Brown {sbartist} said...

Just love your projects. I recently made some magnets and have been needing a board to use them on. I have an old grungy cookie sheet just like yours. Thanks for participating in such a wonderful blog hop! Happy Earth Day : )

KAT said...

love your recycled cookie sheet. will try this. planning to make one for my spellbinders dies.
already a follower.

Cricut Couple said...

Oh Lori... This is very clever! Love the purple and it's such a fun way to recycle! What a great magnet bulleton board too! Amazing!

Kimbery Pate | KP Kreations said...

Oh yeah, as I continue to lose weight, I know what I can do with the pants I no longer want in my closet. cute cute wreath.

Kimberly

MaRyKaY said...

what a great way to reuse a nasty ol cookie sheet. that is fabulous. I could think of all kinds of things to do with that now. what an awesome idea. I too love the thrift stores and cant wait for yard sale season to start

Lisa said...

WOW what great projects. Love the baking pan idea. OH DARN, just got rid of two that were so old too. AW, didn't even realize that they are magnetic. Thanks for sharing.

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a wonderful way to recycle.... I need to work on that more, as I am not creative in that way. TFS

Audrey Frelx said...

Lori, hello my sweet sister-friend!!! It was so wonderful to see you'd dropped by!

I've been give a few moments to "breathe", and decided I wanted to do nothing more than to get around to dropping in on as many as my family as I coulld with the time I have. I miss you all so much and can't wait to get back in full swing of things!!! LOL!

I'll be back again as soon as I can, but wanted to at least say hi to you!

Hugs!

Audrey Frelx said...

When I came by, I forgot to mention that I love what you did with this pan!!! Great job and I had to return to let you know I did notice!