Sunday, October 07, 2012

can you guess what this is?

Can you tell what this is?  

Well, now it's a trinket box, but it started life as a Laughing
Cow box--those little wedges of cheeseish stuff?   Used one of 
the really pretty images from the Grunge Collages set.

Have a wonderful Sunday!  I'll be back to check in with you and
blog visit on Saturday, so leave me a comment and a link, I'll be
ready for a good snoop around.

P.S.  Finally home again, this time to stay for a long while, so
will be back to blog visiting more regularly again. 

12 comments:

lynne said...

This is very special, a beautiful image but love what you created with it.
Wishes
Lynne

Brenda Brown said...

Cheese or trinkets? Gotta be the trinkets in this fabulous made over box Trisha. Such a sweet image which goes perfectly with the tulle and beads.
Hope you have had a great weekend.
hugs {brenda} xox

Nan G said...

Great image! Love the tulle and the pearls hiding underneath. Nan at froggydesign.blogspot.com

Karen McAlpine said...

Oh!! Those are the little boxes that look like wood??!! Great alteration!!

Ann said...

beautiful!!!

Patti said...

Oh this is so funny, I have these little round boxes in my fridge and everytime I take one out I think I should save these, now you've really pushed me over the edge, I know another one will never hit the trash. Thanks for the inspiration, yours turned out wonderful!

Joanna said...

Wow, what a brilliant transformation! Love it :)

x

Beverly Sager said...

What a clever way to use those little round boxes - I hate to throw them away! Now I have one way to use them :) This is really nice - thanks for sharing.

Whimcees said...

Hello!

Very creative and so lovely! You have been creating some beautiful projects! Wishing you a happy day!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Shelly Schmidt said...

Now that is one I have never thought of- love the look of this- I am always inspired by you....

Cathy L. Calamas said...

I have one of those saved in my drawer, too! Lovely and the color scheme is yummy.

trisha too said...

They don't really look like wood, but they're a good size. Not too big, not too small!

:)