Wow, wonderful idea, thanks for inspiration.
Wow, you are good! I'm very impressed, these are wonderful.. -Would you mind if I gave it at a try my self?
Hello ladies and thank you!Brinja – You don't need to ask! Have fun.
These are so awesome. Do you just cut them out with normal paper scissors and punches?
Hi Maitreya,For these pins I just used my paper scissors but after all the cutting, the plastic handle cracked! I didn't use punches – the smaller shapes are plastic chips and tile spacers. Probably you'd need a heavy-duty punch to cut out the plastic. It'd be great to know if it works.
Oh Karen, these are wonderful! So very special and visually stunning... you are clever, you know :) K
ohh i love these- and your blog!<3
wonderful work and inspiration!
what a nice piece of work!
oh, they're really beautiful, i love the colours. and well, everything about them.
Hey,This post is likable, and your blog is very interesting, congratulations :-). I will add in my blog roll =).
impressionnant!very beautiful work :)
Me encantan tus creaciones! a mí también me han entrado ganas de reutilizar botes y ponerme a diseñar pins tan fashion como los tuyos.Saludos!
love that marimekko tray!
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Comienzo: 7 ENERO 2014
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