Monday, 16 March 2015

being green

Over at wicked Wednesday, the challenge was 'going green' either with a majority of green or a with a recycling theme.
I had just finished a 'cricketing'  themed birthday card where I used the green paper, corrugated card & twine so this challenge was a perfect way to use the leftovers. When finished, I wrote reduce, reuse, recycle on the leaf.

atc - I make all my atc's from cereal box packaging
green paper - old sheet music book cover, a charity shop find.
corrugated card - some cardboard packaging
leaf - from a crafting friend in a swap.
button - from The Tin, antique shop find.
twine - garden twine
entering into: wicked wednesday atc blog - going green

check out the DT's designs, especially love the 'ass' one and the other entries, some great ones, all totally different.


  1. I love what you have done here, the leaf looks brilliant. Never thought of using old cereal boxes for ATCs, certainly saves on valuable card stock. Ex DIL's pet rats will have to gnaw on something else, cos I'm keeping m'boxes to m'self lol xx

  2. Love that, its so clean, simple and gorgeous. Thanks for joining us at Wicked Wednesday :)