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Upcycled Artificial Sweetener Box

By: Pam Larmore from www.psiloveyouscrapbooking.com
Upcycled Artificial Sweetener Box
Upcycled Artificial Sweetener Box

"So many of the products that we buy from the grocery store come in really cool packaging. It's a shame to throw them away if we're able to use them for something else. I upcycled this Truvia box to use for storing little odds and ends on my craft desk. I have some buttons leftover from another project, a small glue pen, and a partial sheet of rhinestones that I will need later this week for a project. It's a waste to throw it away if you can create something clever with it."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting

Project or Page Size8.5 inches x 11 inches

Type of Paper UsedScrapbook Paper

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Up cycling is always good, and sometimes creativity makes something better than purpose bought! I have taken raisin containers, oatmeal, etc and covered them in fabric scraps with glue and ribbon to hold baked goods given as gifts! Trash becomes not only useful, but pretty too! Everyone loved the containers I gave them as much as what was inside, and they could reuse them again too! Super idea!

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