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March 01, 2010

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Rebecca S

I'd love to see just how many different crafts can be used to celebrate easter/spring :-)

jayne

I would love to see more messy inky projects.

Jane Thorpe

How about taking ONE thing - like a Nescafe coffee jar (or whatever) but something that everyone can get hold of in almost any country - and getting each member of the design team to turn it into something different - each one having a slightly different challenge - ie each team member could have a different room of the house to create for OR a different person OR a different hobby OR a different season/ holiday.
One member could have to turn it into something for outside. OR maybe they just are given the jar and told to DO something with it and they ahve to be as creative as possible??????

But they start off just with an empty coffee jar. The kind of thing we all have in our cupboards.

wild roze

Something with tins as in coke,beer etc. Embellished with recycled bits and bobs plus any relevant scrapping tut. I call it tin art and do little African township scenes.
You'll be needing tin snippers for this one!
All the very best for this exciting challenge.
Wild Roze

Ann

I made a metal-effect photo frame and posted about it on my blog; http://cupboardcrafter.blogspot.com/2009/11/metal-effect-photo-frame.html
But I'm stuck for further ideas - I'd love the girls to come up with things to make using this fun and easy technique!

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