Thursday, January 15, 2015

Our Creative Corner - Top Talent

Hello Everyone!

I am super excited to be here as the Top Talent Spotlight over at Our Creative Corner! A special honour that I won in October for my Haunted House entry in the Go Rustic Challenge. I was so happy when I won and completely thrilled when Laura asked me to be in the spotlight, AND as you may know, I am now a member of the Design Team as well...it's like Christmas all over again! Thanks again Laura, it's an honour!

In keeping my very first challenge at Our Creative Corner, I have made a project for this month's theme CHRISTMAS LEFTOVERS. I have used the empty box from some Christmas Chocolates and transformed it into a receipt box for 2015, where I will stash all my craft receipts for the year. I do hope you enjoy, I have used lots of new products and techniques! 






HOW DID I DO THAT??

I used Mod Podge to adhere cheesecloth to the top of the box and some lace around the sides. I painted it with White DecoArt Acrylic paint and then used some homemade texture paste and a Memory Box stencil to add a design.



I cut four pieces from the Sizzix/Tim Holtz Hardware Findings die and two pieces of the Spellbinders Labels die out of a nice thick cardboard. I thought it was pretty funny when I turned the pieces over and saw that it read...PLEASE RECYCLE!


Thought I would try a few NEW techniques for this project, so after I glued the layers together, I coated them with thick paste and then treated it like stucco to make a really rough texture. I glued them onto the box.


I glued on all my other bits and baubles and then tried another NEW technique. I globbed on some Mod Podge and then covered the areas with my NEW tarnished brass distress glitter. The frame, the key, the lock on the front and the numbers were all handmade using crafter's clay and various molds.


I painted everything with another coat of DecoArt White Acrylic paint, and then whipped out my two NEW fabulous colours of Lindy's Stamp Gang Moonshadow Mists - Tawny Turquoise and Buccaneer Bay Blue. I also used some Gathered Twigs and Weathered Wood. I just sprayed and sprayed until I liked the look.


Lastly, I highlighted all of the raised areas with gorgeous Pale Pearl Blue and Pearl Champagne paints to give it a dazzling glimmer! This is one project you really need to see in person, it's almost iridescent with all the shimmering colours!

All of these areas that just look like MUD (so despressing) are actually a gorgeous shimmery goldish aqua that I could not seem to get the camera to capture! I hope you get the idea though.







I am entering my Receipt Box into the following wonderful challenges:


That's it for today. Thank you for stopping in and for all the amazing comments. I read and appreciate every single one! If you have any questions, please let me know.


150 comments:

  1. What a wonderful transformation, you have made a real treasure chest! Have fun being in the spotlight, you deserve it! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Wow....again Pamellia, such a fantabulous box. Not sure you will want to keep those recepits though, if you are anything like me I don't "need" to know how much I spend on stash!! xx

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    1. HAHA, so true Sarah! Maybe I will put more chocolates in it instead! lol, hugs and smiles :)

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  3. Gorgeous Pamellia! Love all the texture and the use of the glitter as a texture layer. What a fantastic piece of art to hold your receipts! Sue C x

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    1. Thank you very kindly Sue!! big hugs to you :)

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  4. What an amazing transformation Pamelia....a real live treasure chest. The blue shining through is beautiful. Many congratulations on your recent DT posts too, very much deserved, you are very talented x

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    1. Thank you so much Jane, for the wonderful compliment and the congratulations! big hugs :)

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  5. Awesome creation Pamellia. And a big congratulations too.
    Hugs Veerle ;-)

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    1. Aahhh, thanks Veerle! big hugs and smiles :)

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  6. A wonderful make and amazing that you could add so much texture and beauty to a simple box

    Love Chrissie

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    1. Thanks Chrissie, you are so sweet! big hugs :)

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  7. Congratulations! This is stunning Pamellia, a really wonderful design. I love the colours and amazing detailing too.
    Thank you for your fabulous tutorial too.
    hugs Sue xx

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  8. Oh wow, this is just stunning! I absolutely adore this, and may well have to borrow the technique some time!

    Also, we'd fill a box that size in about a week, lol. x

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    1. Thanks so much Sammy! I'm beginning to rethink the receipt idea...perhaps some chocolates for emergencies instead?! big hugs and smiles :)

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  9. WOW! wow! wow! Stunning Pamellia, a receipt box is a great idea, mine are usually shoved in a cupboard!!! I may have to try this myself as I still have a couple of boxes of chocolates lol! That is if you don't mind me copying your idea lol!? Watch this space as they say...lol!!! I love the Aqua colour so beautiful.

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Heck no, I don't mind Jacquie! The greatest form of flattery is imitation, I would be honoured if you gave it a go!! big hugs and smiles :)

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  10. Stunning project Pamellia, the details are gorgeous as are the colours, Cathy x

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    1. Thank you very much Cathy! big hugs and smiles :)

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  11. A beautiful receipt box. So much wonderful texture and shimmer and the colour is stunning. Sally.x.

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  12. Fabulous textures you have created here and who would think it is just a chocolate box underneath? I can see the shimmer a little but can imagine how lovely it is in real life - stunning work.
    Lorraine

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    1. Thanks Lorraine! It really is much prettier IRL! big hugs and smiles :)

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  13. Awesome, Pamellia!

    You're my texture queen! Wow!

    Hugs,
    Claudia xxx

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    1. teehee, thanks Claudia! That is high praise!! big hugs and smiles :)

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  14. Pamellia, your projects are absolutely amazing, I just can not stop scrolling your page!

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    1. That is so sweet, thank you very much!! big hugs and smiles :)

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  15. Oh My!! Scrumptious texture, just the sort of thing the Tzarina would have kept her treasures in! Needless to say - I loVe it!!, Chris

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  16. This is gorgeous Pamellia, what a transformation! Are you sure that you want to keep your crafting receipts though, it could be quite a shock if you add them up at the end of the year lol. Thank you so much for joining in with our challenge at Country View Crafts. Sue xx

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    1. Thank you so much Sue! After consideration I have actually decided to fill it back up with chocolates...you know, for emergencies! ha! big hugs and smiles :)

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  17. OMG!!! My friend, I am so glad that there is absolutely no limit to your creativity!!! Your projects always blow my mind! I am writing you this comment after I was able to get my jaw off the ground and gather my thoughts since they were blown away!!! I truly don't know where to begin with my praise??? OK, I'll just start from the chocolates:good choice :) love those with cherries inside :) I looooove the colors you used for this project, so very beautiful! All the textures are amazing and the die cuts are just perfect for the style of the project. I love that little frame and the key! Just fabulous my friend!!! Thank you for the dose of heavenly beauty! Have a great day! Hugs :)

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    1. Aahhh, thank you so much Samra!! You like those cherry chocolates too?? They are awesome aren't they!! Thank you for my daily dose of Samra love all the way from Vegas, I can't start my day with a ray of sunshine now! see you on the dance floor, hugs :)

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  19. Another super amazing project!!
    Thanks so much for your comments ... The allergy could literally be anything ... could be the soap powder who knows? I'm always seeing "New & Improved" makes you think what they added ... I'm wary of even using my paints and sprays etc., I'm not one who will wear gloves so it could even be the glues?
    Have a great day my friend

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    1. Thanks so much Ros! So true about the 'new and improved'...all that means is we changed it and it may no longer be safe for you to use!! I wear gloves, goggles and a mask when using the sprays for exactly this reason! I so hope you can find out what the culprit is, and SOON!! hugs :)

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  20. how very gorgeous - love all the layers - thanks for joining us at Mixed Media Mojo

    Barb Housner (DT)

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  21. Since I saw this wonderful "not a chocolate box anymore" project in real life, I can confirm that it does not look like mud and is chock full of texture, glittery gold and a blue that is actually a beautiful aqua shade and not a sky blue as the camera wanted to show it. Another fantastic creation my friend.
    Hugs!
    Cec

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    1. Aahhh, thanks so much Cec for telling the world how stupid my camera is and for your kind words about my chocolate box!! It's good to have back up!! big hugs my friend :)

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  22. Wow, Pamela, this is a masterpiece. I love how you made a chocolate box into a beautiful keepsake box. Your beautiful box is amazing.

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  23. I love how you just keep on layering Pamellia - and it comes out SO gorgeous I really need to find time to just play with layering and see if I can get this wonderful effect! What a great box you created out of a simple candy box!! Nicely done!

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    1. Aahhh, thanks so much Julia!! You made me smile! big hugs :)

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  24. Jaw dropping Pamellia,absolutely astounding! I LOVE it,the textures are just amazing. The only problem is it would probably be too small for all my craft receipts ha ha

    Extra big hugs
    Donna xxx

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    1. Thanks so much Donna! I'm actually thinking the same thing now...gonna fill it back up with chocolates instead! ha! hugs and smiles :)

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  25. Beautiful altered thing! It's hard to believe that it was made with plain box of chocolates. It's your great performance!!! Greetings & hugs
    Max :)

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  26. Beautiful beautiful beautiful, the texture is amazing and it doesn't look like mud!! It's looks wonderfully vintage and gorgeous!! But I know what you mean about trying to capture shimmer on a project, hit and miss most of the time. Big hugs, Georgie xx

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    1. Aahhh, thanks so much Georgie!! So glad someone gets it, silly camera!! lol hugs and smiles :)

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  27. Oh my, this is so amazing Pamelia, I can hardly believe you've actually made it!!! wow, fantastic work, you are a very talented lady and I love all your work and always look forward to visiting your lovely blog.
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

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    1. How sweet are you!! Thank you so much Jacee! big giant bear hugs to you :)

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  28. OMGosh what an awesome receipt box Pamellia! I love all of the textures and the fabulous dies you've used, what a gorgeous creation!! Also, a big thanks so much for joining us over at Alphabet challenge blog!
    Hugs, Tammy

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  29. WOW this is an incredible transformation of a chocolate box, the techniques you have used are amazing, it is an absolutely beautiful work of art, stupendous creation.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  30. OMG what a fantastic transformation, the cheesecloth looks amazing and I love the texture and the co,ours are just wonderful. This is a wonderful masterpiece. Tracy x

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  31. Pamellia, You crafty Goddess, You! I came over to pick up your UTEE tutorial to reference in my blog, and what do I see but this most amazing BOX! Anyone who knows anything, knows Sara Emily ADORES boxes! But this is tops in my book! I'm back to have a closer look later, but for now, let me just say I am so stealing this crafty idea! Love those colors and ha, ha on the "please recycle" shot! Wait 'til you see what I'm recycling next for Christmas leftovers. Love this, Pamellia! Warm Hugs to you!

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    1. Thank you so much Sara!! New avatar...nice!! Christmas Leftovers meet UTEE?? I can't wait to see what you have created!! big hugs my friend :)

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  32. PS Silly me! I almost forgot! C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S !!!!!, my very talented friend!

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    1. Aahhh, thank you so much Sara Emily! hugs :)

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  33. Pamellia, what can I even say?! This is the most stunning transformation! The layers upon layers of crafty goodness have to be used and designed with properly to end up beautiful (rather than the mess I'd create)... so I remain awestruck at your ability to create such masterpieces. The texture is incredible, I love your die choices, and the colors are stunning! I love the pearly blue and the hardware corners. Gosh, I love every inspiring millimeter. You are one of a kind, my sweet friend! I hope you're having a beautiful day. :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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    1. Oh boy Karen, you sure are good for a gal's ego!! ha!! Thank you so much for your generous praise! Have a wonderful weekend my friend! hugs and smiles :)

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  34. One one word can describe this project and then its not enough, its ---STUNNING.
    Yvonne xx

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  35. Congratulations Pamellia, your altered box is stunning, the pale blue looks so pretty just peeping out from all of the gorgeous details. Thank you for sharing your process, it is so interesting to see how your achieve all of the fabulous texture and details.
    Pauline
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  36. oh my goodness, this is just amazing Pamelia.great recycling and i love all the fabulous textures and details and the shimmer is beautiful :D

    xx coops xx

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  37. Congratulations on this win, it was so well deserved for your outstanding Halloween project.

    There seems to be no end to your talents (and thank goodness for that). Another truly stunning project. I love all the texture and that shiny pale blue paint is amazing.

    Dionne xx

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    1. Thank you so much Dionne! You are such a sweetheart! big bear hugs to you :)

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  38. I'm lost for words - almost! This is a stunningly beautiful project Pamellia - and congratulations! Hugs, Anne xx

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  39. I remember that Halloween project, it was my first look at your blog. You deserved to win. This box is an amazing transformation, quite beautiful. You're giving me ideas :-)) Lot of boxes around here.

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    1. HAHA, thank you so much Marci! If you decide to do something with one of those boxes, make sure you send me a pic! I would love to see!! hugs and smiles :)

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  40. First of All congratulations on your New Dt post, they are lucky to have you on there team you are so talented, and this project is stunning I like everything about it!!!
    Kevin xx

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  41. So very happy to see you at Mixed Media Mojo and girl! you have got the mojo in spades! Lucious layers, molds and clay, LSG sprays, cheesecloth! Oh my, be still my heart! I wish I could be like Cec and see it IRL! Loves! ~Doc

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    1. Aahhh, thanks Doc!! I was so glad to follow you to a new challenge, thanks for the inspiration! big paw hugs to you :)

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  42. Goodness me this is just stunning. Absolutely gorgeous finish. Hugs Mrs A.

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  43. Must try a Pamellia style recycle of a chocolate box very very soon!

    Sublime and perfection as always... :-) xxx

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    1. Thanks so much Mo! I hope you do try, your version would be amazing! hugs and smiles :)

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  44. Goodness this is just too stunning for words Pamellia, all those fabulous layers! Beautiful. Hugs Carole Z X

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  45. Oh Pamellia, this is yet another out of this world make! The textures and dimension are just wonderful, I love it. The colours look amazing too and I think you are too hard on yourself as far as the photos are concerned.... It was a well deserved win and I am so glad you are now part of our team at OCC!!!

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    1. What a wonderful compliment!! Thank you so much Astrid, I am tickled to be there with you! hugs and smiles :)

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  46. Well, what can I say, another stunning transformation, I can see the shimmer and I think the colours are divine! Question is, like others have asked.... will it be big enough to hold all your receipts?.....think I'd need a crate, I'm so addicted! Ruth xx

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    1. haha! So true Ruth, it might end up filled with more chocolates instead! Thanks a bunch my friend! big hugs :)

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  47. This is absolutely stunning and it's so kind of you to show us how you made it. Thank you for sharing this with us at The Mirror Crack'd and good luck with the challenge, Angela R. x

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  48. Wow Pamelia its absolutely stunning all that gorgeous texture - definitely going on my - try this technique list - thanks you so much for sharing your amazing talent

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  49. Fantastica...this looks like a porcelain box now! But what surprises me is that you think such a small ox will suffice for your crafty bills, lol! Loved it ll dear and congrats on being featured at 613 Avenue create FB page. Hugs.

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    1. Thank you so very much Rupa!! Facebook, really? That's cool, thanks for letting me know! hugs :)

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    2. Hi dear...just popped back to say saw your pretty box out at Rhedd's creative spirit! Thank you so much for sharing it with us there and good luck. Rupa, DT. (oh, ya..my new cap too)

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  50. Hi Pamellia
    Well slap my thigh and call me Betsy, this is incredible! Your attention to detail is second to none. After your Halloween House, you deserve to be President of the Canadian Craft Association (if there isn't one, there should be lol!)
    As for it being big enough for your craft receipts, I doubt it would fit the ones for the talc, glue and acrylic paint lol!
    Look forward to seeing the altered washing machine size box to keep your Tim Holtz receipts in hahaha!
    Take care.
    Ang x

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    1. Thanks Ang! You have just given me an idea regarding the washing machine! lol. Happy weekend, hugs :)

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  51. Woooow! This is stunning, Pamellia! I love the colors and texture. Brilliant idea!
    Big hugs xxx
    Branka

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  52. Your transformation of the cherry box is BRILLIANT! I love the rich texture and color. The amazing upcycle and die cuts are simply gorgeous. LOVE it all, thanks so much for inspiring me. Big thanks for sharing with us at Mixed Media Mojo!~kim

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    1. Thank you so much Kim! Have a great weekend! hugs :)

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  53. Just popping back in to say I still love this, and thank you for entering at Rhedd’s Creative Spirit. Sammy-x

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  54. AM-AZE-INGLY jaw droppingly gorgeous.

    You have me thinking about boxes - I saw a perfect one in the supermarket this morning and immediately thought of you and what you would do with it LOL. I know I should get stuff together to do what you do - however, I'm not that kind of person, but sometimes, just sometimes after seeing your makes I wish I was.

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    1. What a sweet thing to say Faith!! I do the same thing when I'm shopping now, "hmmmmm, I could use that!", doesn't matter what food is actually inside it! HAHA! Crafters are funny people aren't we! hugs :)

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  55. Wow, I love your great transformation project - gorgeous!! and an interesting interview, thanks so much and I'm looking forward to your first steampunk project ;-) Hugs, Kerstin x

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    1. Thanks so much Kerstin!! Just waiting for the right mojo to hit me! ha!! hugs and smiles :)

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  56. That's an awesome upcycled project! Thanks for the tutorial! Thanks for joining us at The Mixed Media Monthly Challenge.

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  57. Pamellia - glad you're sharing your project & creativity at 613 Ave C! Wowza - this is too beautiful a box to use for CC receipts! I'm thinking some of your best jewelry instead!
    ~ginny,
    DT for 613 Ave Create – [ 1001 Techniques]
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  58. Gorgeous project Pamellia! Love all the texture and the pretty mix of colors! Thanks for sharing your creative process!

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  59. Absolutely beautiful, another perfect creation! I love how you've transformed something that most people would throw away into something so gorgeous. The blue looks stunning. Congratulations on being in the spotlight!
    Rebecca.
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    P.S. I don't know how you dare keep all your craft receipts! I'd be too scared to look at how much I'd spent at the end of the year...

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    1. Thanks so much Rebecca!! Oddly, the only reason I keep them, is so that I know where I ordered my stuff from, so when I need more I don't have to try and remember. ha! hugs :)

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  60. Amazing, Pamellia!! Absolutely Amazing transformation!! XOXO-Shari

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  61. Seriously fantastic Pamellia - I can well imagine how this shimmers. The textural effects are stunning and thank-you for giving me some great ideas. You are totally rockin' in crafty blogland right now! But seriously, I dont think this will hold your receipts!!! Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Nicola x

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    1. HAHA, thanks so much Nicola!! Maybe chocolates instead then? lol. hugs :)

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  62. Thanks for sharing your lovely crafting for Fan-tastic Tuesday challenge 68 - hope to see you again soon, Hazel, DT x

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  63. What a stunning creation, Pamellia... It's easy to see why Laura wanted to snap you up for the team! Glorious work as always.
    Alison xx

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  64. Oh this is really beautiful, what a transformation!

    A friend sent me a DVD set for my birthday, and it came in a small black cardboard box, very sturdy. Now I am inspired to decorate it! Thank you.

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    1. That's fantastic Deborah! I would love to see it when it's finished! Thanks for the kind words, hugs :)

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  65. congratulations on your spotlight and DT -what a fantastic transformation,would never have believed what it started out as if you hadn't shown!!!I love your step by steps to inspire us and am making a not of the sprays you use and am determined to have alter/decorate something using your techniques BUT don't hold your breath lol love the techniques and stuff you use and how you make it look so simple-absolutely brilliant
    Carol x

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    1. What a lovely compliment, thank you Carol! I have faith that whatever mixed media project you make would be absolutely stunning! You should give it a go, it's so much fun to get messy! hugs :)

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  66. this is really really cool!! Thanks for joining us at the Art with Heart Challenge this month. =)

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  67. WOW this is great! Thanks for sharing the details! And thanks for playing along with us at Mixed Media Mojo!!

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  68. Oh my goodness!! I love all the pieces you made with your own texture paste - I have opened your link so that I can make my own too!! Love it! Thank you for playing with us at The Mixed Media Monthly Challenge!

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    1. Aahhh, thank you so much Karen!! I hope you have good luck with the recipe, I sure enjoy it! Please let me know if you post something, I would love to see what you create! Thanks again, hugs :)

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  69. I'm starring at the screen with my mouth wide open. And I only have one question in my mind ... How can this girl think of all these amazing stuff?! Wow, just wow. You left me totally speechless! I really, really, reeeeeeally hope you will have some art classes one day - and of course that one will be in this teeny tiny country too. If it is, I'm booking the seat in the front row. Spectacular!!!
    Hugs! xx

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    1. Aahhh, you are so sweet Maja! Boy, I sure missed you and your wonderful way of giving me a big fat head!! haha, big hugs :)

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  70. this is so cool!!! love how you just used an old cookie box. this is so creative and beautiful! Thank you so much for playing with the Mixed Media Monthly Challenge!
    -Rachel
    rwkrafts.com

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  71. Pamellia I don't need to add any more superlatives as so many before me have done so eloquently. I'm just going to add...INSPIRED!
    Thank you for linking to Rhedd's Creative Spirit this month.

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  72. Wow, just amazing! I wish I could crawl inside your brain and steal your ideas, and a chunk of your talent too!

    I do have one query though. Are you sure it's big enough to fit ALL your craft receipts for 2015!!!!

    Thanks for sharing with us

    Lin
    The Mirror Crack'd

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    1. Thanks so much Lin! BAHAHA, so true, it's actually my new emergency chocolates container now! lol, hugs :)

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  73. What an amazing talent you are Pamela! This is just so wonderfully beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing with us over at The Mirror Crack'd. :)

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