Tuesday, June 30, 2009

My first try at pantry boxes and new cookbook

Hello everyone.I hope you are having a nice Tuesday.I wanted to share this with my crafting friends.I absolutely love old pantry boxes and when Char over at The Pickled Pepper Patch http://charsethman.blogspot.com/2009/06/tuesdays-tutorial.html had a tutorial on how to make these,I knew I had to try.Besides the fact that when I went to Hobby Lobby all the paper mache was on sale which I took as a sign.I thought they turned out pretty good for my first try.

This is the top box

This is the middle box
This is the bottom box ......I know the suspense is killin ya..........................................................................................................



Here they are all put together.
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Now for my second part of my post.I was so excited when the mail came today.I got my Gooseberry Patch cookbook in the mail.Just like Carey over at http://americangirlprimitivesnsuch.blogspot.com/ I too luv cookbooks.But not only did I get the cookbook but I also got for free this insulated casserole cover.Yippee! I can't wait to sit down and look at my new book.I will study it from front to back.I know there is going to be lots of great family recipes that I can't wait to try.Until next time:0)



16 comments:

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

They turned put just wonderful...love the fabric you used:)
Have a great day!
Rondell

Kris said...

Your boxes turned out great!! Love them!

~Kris~

Jody said...

Love your boxes! They turned out so primtastic!

Kim said...

Your boxes turned out great!
I love them!
Kim

Kim said...

Your boxes turned out great!
I love them!
Kim

Dawn said...

They look really good and prim!

Char said...

Love how them boxes turned out!...I love that fabric!...YOU GO WITH YOUR BAD SELF!...hehehehehe

Tonya said...

Nice job on the boxes! I haven't tried that yet. Char has the best ideas, doesn't she?! If you find any good recipes (I know you will!) I hope you'll share them with us.

Tonya

Grammy Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

The boxes came out great! I love your choice of fabrics too!!

saraonyx said...

Just wanted to say your boxes look great:) I made some also, but I like yours better. Maybe I need to prim them up a bit more, hmm? Sara

eeekj35 said...

they turned out great!! I love the fabric choices!! Kim

girliegirl said...

The boxes look great! That cookbook looks like a lot of great family recipes inside. Enjoy your reading and thanks for the shout out!

Carey

This Country Girl said...

Love how these turned out! Very prim fabrics! I have some of the mache pantry boxes waiting for a makeover too!

Glad to find your blog!

Tammy

TeresaM said...

Your boxes look great Sarah!

City Girl Country Heart said...

I just found your blog and love it! Your boxes turned out great, they are very prim and cute :)
Have a great day ,
Stephanie

Bittersweet Primitives said...

My oh My, your pantry boxes came out fantastic. I love all the fabrics you used. Enjoy you new cookbook. Gooseberry stuff is always so cool. Have a Great Fourth....Sherie