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The Best Hardware

 This darling card is very special to me. It contains leftover pieces of my dads hardware that were (still are) stored in my baby food jars. Here is my tutorial on shaker box cards. There is even a PDF instructional sheet you can download.

Stamps: Urban District
Inks: Black
Papers: Urban Underground designer paper, very vanilla cardstock, basic black cardstock, silver foil paper, pool party cardstock,
Accessories: Everyday Jar framelits, Build It framelits, modern label punch, Urban Underground embellishment pack, 5/8' burlap ribbon

I might just frame this card and put it over our tool bench. The tool bench my dad built in the 1960s. It is as solid as they come, but we may retire it someday. We just do not need a 6 foot surface. He did work experiments and all kinds of other things and needed a larger surface. We need better storage than a work surface. In due time, I keep telling myself. But wouldn't that be a cute idea? Frame it up and hang it above the workbench. What a nice homage to all the things my dad repaired and built over the years.

Thanks for stopping by today. Keep being creative, Sandy



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