So I was surfing around the internet and checking emails a few weeks ago and I happened to see someone on one of my yahoo groups was looking for project samples for their online store. Since it was a cutting file group and I have a dusty old Cricket machine sitting in a corner of the my scraproom, I thought it was high time I broke that puppy out.

I won’t bore you with the details but I was sent a wonderful magazine file to try my hand out with. Here’s what I came up with:


Just to let you know I sized this way down so that I could have a cute little container sitting on my desk to hold my ever elusive dimensional adhesive! I can never remember where I put them so this was a perfect solution.


A few weeks ago I got a great deal on the flower trim above. I know they have been out for a while but I finally got my hands on them AND they were incredibly inexpensive at that!!


I roughed up the edges of some old SISTV paper that I had in my scrap pile and adhered it to the magazine file base. I used a Spellbinders die adorned with mini pearls on the edge.


On the front I used a Rubber Café dress form stamp and gave her a blinged-out waistline with their jellies too.


I hope this inspired you to get organized and use your scraps!

Supplies used:

Steampunk Charity Wings by The Rubber Café
Bazzil Green, SisTV scraps
Distress Ink, Old Paper
Cut File – Visual Designs by Chris – a Christy Cleary design
Label Four Small #1 by Spellbinders
Crystal Jellie Dots
Scrap Happy Glue
Misc Beads
Stick Pin
Glue Gun

Happy Crafting ladies!