What do these two things have in common.....not much except a container!
But this is what it looked like before, I forgot to take a picture of it washed and clean....but since this is our regular brand, I took a one of our new jar.
Welcome to Sensational Saturday at Sugar Creek Hollow. We hope you weren't caught in that early snow storm that found its way to the northeast United States last weekend. If you did, we hope you were able to get some crafting in, even if the power was out. Crafting by candlelight sounds so relaxing, doesn't it?
This week our challenge to you is to turn something from your garbage or recycling bin into a vintage, shabby chic or primitive card or other paper-crafted project. We want you to turn TRASH TO VINTAGE TREASURE. You can include items from your paper scraps but your project must start with something you are re-purposing. Please include a photo of that item in your post so we can say "You went from that to that - wow!"
We will choose one random winner who will receive a digi of our choice and a winner's badge to display. The Design Team will select one project as Card of the Week and the creator of that project will receive a badge to display and will be in the running for a Guest Designer spot.
By entering this challenge you not only have a chance to win our regular prizes but your name will go into the draw for the Christmas Blog Candy every time you enter so let's see your wonderful creations.
Here is a close up of my wonderful Victorian Santa image:
I thought that these would be great neighbor gifts for Rick and I to give out this year. The mayo jars are plastic and therefore unbreakable and I think my neighbors would love these. Now to just get a few more made.
I would like to share the hot cocoa recipe with you:
1 lb. chocolate drink mix
1-1/4 c. powdered non-dairy creamer
25.6-oz. pkg. powdered milk
2 c. powdered sugar
In a large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients and store in an airtight container. Give with these instructions: To serve add 1/4 cup to 12 ounces hot water or milk. Makes about 29 cups mix.
I will add a tag with the instructions and a small bag of mini marshmallows when gifting.
Our designer have dug deep into their recycling bins and have transformed some interesting items into wonderful treasures that are sure to inspire you so do check out their blogs to get all the details.
I hope you can join us this week, don't forget the blog candy (might I just say Cricut!). Thanks for stopping in this morning.
I hope you will stop back by for my post at noon!
I am entering this into the following challenges:
ABC Christmas Challenge Vintage Christmas
Cooking it up with Katie Challenge #82 Anything But a Card
Crimbo Crackers 1st Challenge Anything Goes