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Paint Chip Bookmarks. Recycle!







Here is one I made.



The next few I found on the internet by Google(ing) Images and thought were pretty cute.

Paint Chip Cards














Ever wonder what to do with those paint chips you get and then have left over from your home improvement projects? Here are cute cards that can be made!
(I found this idea online at http://gomakesomething.com/ht/recycled/punchedpaintchips/). So here is my version.













Materials:
-For this project, I used large Olympic paint chips. (you can also use Behr or other brands) They’re large enough to make a nice-sized card front.
-Glue Stick
-Glue Zots (small)
-Ribbon (7"long) any width you desire
-Pre-stick crystals (color or clear)
-Fower Punch (1")
-8.8x 11 Card Stock (cut in half to 5.5x4.25) (score at 4.25)
-Bone Folder
-Tweezers
If you want, you can remove the print from the card use a white Staedtler Mars plastic eraser. The printing on most paint chips can be rubbed away with this eraser, leaving nothing but a slightly duller spot behind. (I did not do this)













Punch shapes from each colored section.














To create the card, cut an 8.5x11 piece of cardstock in half (Cut at 5.5).

Score at 4.25 and fold with bone folder for crisp line

The final size of your folded card is 5.5x4.25















You can trim around the unfolded sides to remove the extra cardstock, however I did not. In order to save time, I just added a decorative ribbon instead.














Apply Glue stick to the back of your paint chip

And apply Glue Zots to the backs of the punched shapes, and arrange them on the card front.

Some shapes can be fairly delicate, so use tweezers or a bamboo skewer to apply dots of Tacky glue to the backs.

Apply a tiny acrylic rhinestone to the center of each flower.This is the erasers I bought to remove the words on the paint chips.

2 liter bottles

These are 2 liter bottles that have been transformed into a gift container.

Ideas for these:
I will be putting a Notre Dame T-Shirt in them for my mom's exchange students.

Teacher gift: Small hand sanitizer, stickey notes, pens, pencils etc.
Co-Workers: Same as above

Also, you can use a water bottle and put in a gift cert. for something.