You may have been reading about my office makeover that I started about 10 days ago. I went with a black and white theme for the office, so I knew that I wanted my little tool caddy to match. I chose black/white papers from Teresa Collins and My Mind's Eye.
I used spray adhesive to add the paper to the matboard before running it through my Big Shot machine. Assembly was a breeze using tacky tape. I finished it off with a little metallic trim. Quick, easy, functional!
Want to see how awesome my new Black & White Caddy looks in my new Black & White Office?
And might I just say - while everyone who has participated in this hop is awesome and talented, and I have no particular favorite, Jonathan Fong is my favorite! Heh
Make sure you watch the video when you get around to his Finger Puppet Theatre, which makes my simple little caddy look like dog doo-doo.
Edited to Add: Wait! That totally came out wrong. I wasn't intending to say anything bad about the caddy die itself, which is superb! And easy to assemble! And superb! The doo-doo comment was just my attempt at being funny. To subtly illustrate the difference between: "Wow! Karen, you made the caddy die into a caddy!" versus "Wow! Jonathan, you made the caddy die into a puppet theater with working lights and an inlaid wood floor!" That's all I meant.
Here's the direct link: Finger Puppet Theatre
Now that the hop is over, you can find direct links to all the projects using this die (and others) on Eileen Hull's blog here: Blog Hops