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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Good Morning,
This month's bonus challenge at Practical Scrappers, is called "Behind Closed Cupboards". Here at Practical Scrappers, we would like you to open those kitchen and bathroom cabinets/cupboards and see what items you can find to use on a project (LO, card, altered items). Some examples and things that I considered what to do for my example....dental floss as a string for a banner, using kool-aid to make a scratch and sniff stamp, kabob (bamboo)sticks to create a fence. But, what I finally settled on was using my husbands shaving cream that I pulled out of his bathroom cabinet, some white elmers glue that I always keep in pantry for a quick fix, and some colored sprinkles that I got our of my baking cabinet.

Kerri, from Practical Scrappers, combined shaving cream, white, glue and green acrylic paint to create her ice cream on the ice cream cone. She also added sprinkle to the the mixture while it was still wet and allowed it to dry.

Hope you like this month's challenge. The winner for this challenge will receive a prize from Leave A Paper Trail. You have until June 30th @ 11:59 pm EST to play along. We cannot wait to see your inspiration!

The picture above shows the contents of prize package being given away to this month's winner. It is from Bo Bunny's Paradise Line and includes 10 sheets double sided heavy weight 12x12 cardstock paper, 1 sheet Die Cut paper, 1 package iCandy Layered Chipboard Stickers, 1 package Buttons and Bling, 1 12x12 sheet of Combo Cardstock Stickers, and 1 yard of brown grossgrain ribbon to finish it all off! All courtesy of Leave a Paper Trail.
Blessings,

10 comments:

  1. A great challenge! and what a great idea you did, such a sweet layout.

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  2. Love this one Kim...what great pics!!!! This is a Fabulous Challenge!!!!

    Wishing you a wonderful day sweet friend!!!

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  3. Oh, i'm working on my project right now!! :) its interesting!!

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  4. This is too cute. Ice cream sure makes the smiles come out, not to mention the messy faces too.
    Hugs
    Tanya

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  5. I love this layout and it's clean aimple lines! Do you spray Archival Mist over the ice cream cone?

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  6. What a fun challenge, love what you did with the unusual supplies. When I heard shave cream I thought you were going to do tie dying look.
    Great job sweetie

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  7. Cute LO Kim! How creative to pull out your husband's shaving cream! Great results :)

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