Lately I’ve found myself saving food packaging because bits seemed like they’d be interesting elements for projects. I can get carried away with
hoardingkeeping “useful” discards, though, so this weekend I made myself get on breaking them down and creating some ATCs. (Don’t worry; several bits did go into stash…)
I’ve been relying on Walmart’s curbside pickup, and they recently had to substitute a fridge pack for my soda order. It came with a big old sticker just begging to be part of an ATC. I also used acrylic paint, Sharpie, gel pen, and some paper referees.
(If you’ve been following the Challenge Chain thread, this is the project I was crafting just as calluna was posting “substitution” as a prompt .)
This one is cereal box, with washi tape, Sharpie, and paper cutouts.
This is part of a maze from the back of the cereal box, plus Sharpie, paint, a stamp, and a tab from (probably) a butter box. I may end up redoing the background for this one; the design of this card evolved a lot, and I’m not sure this is quite what I wanted for showcasing the tab element.
Thanks for looking!