Hey there and happy day to you! The lovely Yvonne  from Do More With Less has given me the honor of posting today on her blog and of course I could not say no! I have seen so many talented artists she has spotlighted, not to mention her incredible talent, so just hope my post and information today will interest you.

I am sharing one of favorite things to do. Upcycling. I find inspiration from boxes, tags, wrappers, etc. on items I purchase all the time. It could be a cereal box or a clothes tag and I think to myself I need to save it because I can use this in my crafting. It definitely makes me feel better about buying those new items. :-)
My latest addiction is this:

Hills Bros English Toffee Coffee

I had quit cold turkey drinking coffee last February but then a few chilly nights in Virginia turned me on to it again last month. I figure if I indulge in one cup a day it's okay. Onto my project.
This container is perfect for holding crafty supplies, pens, pencils, markers, or a mini album.
Here's my container after a little paper, glue, and a few embellishments.

I made a little mini badge album to fit inside. So my challenge for you is to find something you have laying around your house and upcycle it. I can't wait to see what you come up with!

Hope you will join in the challenge at Yvonne's blog.  Check out the details here for a chance to win a RAK!

I would like to enter this in the following fabulous challenges:

ABC: "G is for Glitter"
A Spoonful of Sugar: #128 "Relish to Embellish"
Double Dutch:#55  "Fall has Fallen"
Our Daily Bread: #35  "Our Top 3" Glitter and Dies"
Paper Playtime: #23 "Tag"
Simon Says: "Punch Em'" leaf and tag die cuts
Tuesday Throwdown: #24 "Give Thanks"

Please leave a little love for my guest Amy who created this wonderful project just for us! :)


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Amy your recycled creation is really wonderful. I love the Cool leaf and all the addtional embellies. Thanks for sharing with us at Tuesday Throwdown this week.


Amy this is stunning! You did a fabulous job. All those embellishments; ahhhh love it! It has turned into a wonderful fall item and I love the idea of recycling. Gorgeous gingham bow:)


Thanks for being my guest Amy! This is such an inspiring and beautiful project! WTG on the upcycling! :)

Chris Olsen, Glowbug

What a beautiful altered project. There is is much dimension, texture and eye candy. Thanks for joining the ODBD Shining the Light challenge this week.


FABBIE upcycling and I'm so looking forward to playing in your challenge over at Yvonne's!


you are sooooo talented!!! I got all SSS partner emails sent can you let me know you received your email...Thanks so much


WOW!! This is soooooooo incredible!!!


Wow! Gorgeous project!!!! So creative!

Sweet greetings, Saskia :)

Michelle Bertuzzi

Beautiful project Amy! Love it.

Something Special

Hi, I have not visited in a very long time. Come say hi and check out my recent paper projects at askmichelespecialpaperprojects.blogspot.com. I love your projects, cards etc. I will be back

Carole Beath

This is simply fantastic..... all those wonderful littlle goodies gathered on one spot.... Awesome

Sabrina Jackson

WOW, what a totally awesome idea!!! So much texture and glitter...LOVE it! Thanks for taking the time to play along in this weeks Shining the Light Challenge over at ODBD! Hugs and bessings, Sabrina


WOW, this is awesome! I love all of the texture and colors! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown! We hope to see you again next week!



drooling over this Amy, love it all!


WOW! Awesome job with the altered container. Beautiful decorations. Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown.

Janis Lewis

This is a beautiful project and guess what? You won the Paper Playtime challenge! You were picked by random.org!! :) Janis

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