Friday, 19 February 2016

Yoghurt Pot Card!

Morning Everyone!

A very quick post today as we have friends coming for lunch and Im doing a roast.

This card was made a while ago but has never been shared before.

I used the inner metal lid of a large youghurt pot for this one.

First I dabbed on alcohol inks then embossed in my cuttlebug.  Finally I rubbed Stazon ink over the raised part of the embossing and diecut with my Tonic matting die.

I punched the corners of the black card with a corner punch and rounded the corners of the pink card.

The sentiment is a Hobby Arts wooden stamp.

I would like to enter my card into The Allsorts Challenge - Week 350
The Snippets Playground - Week 216

31 comments:

  1. Hi Barb,
    oh my word this is fab.
    I would not have thought of doing that.
    Go to the top of the recycling class, and what super way to use this.
    Such a very brilliant design too.
    Enjoy your friends visit, and have a very lovely weekend.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  2. Wow, this is wonderful Barb - I love the stamp and colours. Thanks for visiting my blog. Lynn

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  3. Great recycling Barb, that yoghurt pot lid turned out beautifully : )

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  4. ha ha what a great way to recycle - you would never know though - gorgeous! enjoy your company xx

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  5. Great idea and it worked really well. We crafters are so good at recycling! Have a great day, Angela x

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  6. wow what a great idea Barb, I have been thinking about using sweet wrappers for something this week :)
    Have a lovely time today. Oh and love your card too :)

    crafty hugs Pen x

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  7. You're very good at this upcycling Barb! Nobody would guess that it was a yoghurt pod lid! Have a lovely day! Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  8. It amazing what you can create with all different types of household items and your embossed 'metal' centre piece looks fabulous.
    Lorraine

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  9. Best use of a yoghurt pot lid I've EVER seen Barb. Good on yer for thinking outside the pot! LOL!

    Thanks for coming over to the SNIPPETS PLAYGROUND with it. Fancy a glass or two of Prosecco? If so, see Brenda in the Playground Treehouse later. It's Friday night and the weekend starts here, so I may climb the ladder to join you.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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    1. I'm definitely up for that. See you all later. xx

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  10. That is ingenious, I love it! The embossing and colours are so pretty. Whatever will you use next?

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  11. Thank you Barb for the lovely comments on all the sympathy cards I've made. I'm just happy they are all done......and hope I don't have to use them very soon.

    This card is delightful, and who would guess where the material came from. Very clever idea indeed! I really like the way you did the corners of the mats, very striking. It all came together beautifully.

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  12. Wow, Barb, this is absolutely gorgeous! Love this technique and haven't played around with it lately. What a fab idea to recycle the yogourt top! Beautiful card!

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  13. Wpw, this is a fabulous and stunning recycling!!! Love really very much your card! I pinned it
    https://it.pinterest.com/pin/534802524481617754/
    I have embossed and inked the lids of the aluminium backing tins, but the pot of yougurt is an amazing idea!! Genial!!!! And your embossing and inking looks wonderfully! Love so much also the round scallop shape, and the elegant layers with the decorations on the corners!

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  14. A fabulous card , and great recycling idea too. The embossed metal looks so pretty and I love the punched corners as well.
    Jean x

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  15. Barb, you are just the most resourceful gal! Love that you used the foil lid from a yogurt container. This cards is absolutely stunning!

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  16. Wonderful card Barb and what a brilliant idea to recycle the yoghurt lid xx

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  17. Barb...What a lovely card....great bit of recycling....Joolsx

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  18. Another blast from the past! I remember the yogurt lids being a thing to. I never could bring myself to try it though. Food wrappers seem like they should go in the waste bin. This is fun though.

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  19. This is incredible! Such a great idea to recycled yoghurt lid. Great job Barb.

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  20. You are so creative, Barb! Love the beautiful colors & embossed roses!

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  21. Stunning, Barb! You are so creative. Love the metal look and the colours on that yoghurt lid!
    Hugs Lisa

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  22. I love the effect of the inks on the metal. I might have to become a womble myself if I can make such amazing things as you do. Cara x

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  23. Barb... This is fantastic. Such a clever idea... and I'm all for recycling in the name of art/craft supplies. x
    PS. Sorry I keep falling behind with commenting on your blog. If rely on email notification's and you don't have that feature here. I'll try to do better. x

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  24. Wow Barb, I love all your recycling, the centre of this card is beautiful.
    Loving the colours on it too.

    Hugs Erika. x

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  25. Can't believe what you made this gorgeous creation from! Very clever, as is your posting and roasting all on the same day! xxx

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  26. This is absolutely stunning Barb. It's hard to believe that it started out as a yoghurt pot lid, amazing. It just goes to show what fantastic things you can make when you recycle. I think it looks exquisite x

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  27. Your card is brilliant Barb, what a fantastic idea to use the lid of the yoghurt pot! I think you'll have started a trend as we all give it a go! It looks an amazing technique.
    Janice x

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  28. This is a beautifully creative card. Stunning!

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  29. This is such a great idea Barb and works fantastically and I love the embossing and the alcohol inks, really pretty! x

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