Wednesday, 27 June 2012

diy soda can labels







grey luster made some herb tags

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sisters of the wild west



29 comments

  1. these are amazing! tfs!!

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  2. Aimee, I will just be honest. I am seriously going to steal this idea today! I have been browsing through and saving post after post for the perfect tag for a project I've been working on. These will be IT! Thank You!

    Distressed Donna Down Home

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  3. Those look so great! I'd love to make some too. Are the edges sharp? Just wondering if I'd have to keep the kids away from them.

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  4. I love them on your cabinets! what a smart idea!

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  5. Fabulous idea! Thanks so much for linking up at I Gotta Create! <3 Christina

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  6. I loved the labels and tried to make one too. I linked your post on my blog http://www.pinboardhome.com/2012/07/forecast-tells-me-that-my-next-almost.html

    Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Loving the ideas with the soda cans, guess I need to start saving them instead of recycling.

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  8. Wow. These are so great. What a beautiful effect.

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  9. VERY NICE!
    These a fab. Look amazing. great tutorial!
    Visiting from Southern Institute Creative Me linky.
    x

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  10. What a great recycling project! I love it when you can make something beautiful from something that would otherwise be garbage. Thanks for sharing this week at Gimme Five For Friday!

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  11. So clever - love it!
    Thanks for linking!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

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  12. I LOVE your tags! the indention is fabulous! Do they have the soda label colors on the back?
    I would love to make some of these!

    gail

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  13. I love how your tags turned out! This is such a great idea. I do have to admit... soda cans scare me as far as crafts go. I'm always afraid I'm going to cut myself. :)

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  14. Your Soda Can Labels have been featured for Functional Friday!

    Thanks so much for linking up each week!! I love seeing what you've came up with. :)

    ~Angela

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  15. THIS! is the cutest idea! where in the world did you get it from? I would have never thunk it! BRILLIANT!

    This is a cute project to do with my daughter. she loves crafty stuff, so do I! it will be fun. thank you for this awesomeness!
    -gina

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  16. What a clever idea! Love it!
    Thank you so much for sharing @ {nifty thrifty sunday}!
    You will be featured in about 30 minutes! ;)
    xo! Vanessa

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  17. Great tutorial on soda can labels!! We used to make these in college to use as the markers for our organic school garden... Wow I never even thought to do a tutorial.. :)

    You did a great job! I want to say thank you so very much for opening my eyes to take a closer look at the little things we so often take for granted and don't share with anyone else! Now I'm off to stroll through your blog for a while! :)

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  18. This is such a cute idea! I follow you through my personal blog, Revolutionaries, but I also write for Crafting a Green World. Every month we do a Green Crafts Showcase where we feature green/eco-friendly projects. You should enter this project!! Hope to see it soon! You can check it out here if you're interested: http://craftingagreenworld.com/green-crafts/ :)

    -Bonnie @ Revolutionaries
    www.revolutionariesblog.com

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  19. So cool! I can think of so many ways to use these!

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  20. FANtastic idea. They came out great!

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  21. What a fun idea! Love those tags on your cabinets! So glad I found your blogging.I am now following along.Found your blog through shabbystory.
    xx
    Anne

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  22. Just checked out Lynn's blog Shabby Story and linked up with yours. Awesome project. Thanks for sharing!

    Jody

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  23. ik this is a cool idea but what about the can its every thin anyone can cute them self how is that prevented

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