Friday, March 11, 2011

Going Green Week!!

Happy Friday!  Today is the start of "Going Green" Week on the  Savvy Projects Blog, and I am so excited to be the one to get this fun event started! So what does Going Green mean to you?  Do you think about the color green, St. Patrick's Day that is just next week, or how about Eco green, recycle, re-purpose, reuse green!? Or maybe you think of something completely different!? Any, and all of these are fair game to jump in and join the fun all week long! So get crafting some green goodness and add a link to your creation on the Savvy Projects Blog for a chance to win a prize!

I decided to go with Recycled "green" for my project, and hey, I figured I'd shown you all enough Leprechauns for now! So I went through my recycle basket and found a few things to work with...
 Just by changing the ink color and embossing folder or die, you can create a completely different 'mood' and look of your card.

If you would like to see what I have done with the rest of that "trash", you will have to come back next week!  Don't forget that you can play along, and if you link your card or project to any of the Going Green Week blog posts over on The Savvy Projects Blog, you just might win a prize!!

Guest Designers for GOING GREEK WEEK:

March 11 ~ Angela Kelley (that's me!)
March 14 ~ Kerry Urbatch
March 15 ~ Michelle McDaniel
March 16 ~ Heather Scott
March 17 ~ Marisa Alvarez
March 18 ~ Christine Pennington
I would love to hear what you think!
Have a great weekend!!


Sandy said...

Great cards & great tutorial Angela

Debra Miller said...

All the cards are amazing Angela!

Kim said...

Love the projects Angela! And your tutorial rocks!!!

Anonymous said...

Your samples were wonderful. I loved the colic alcohol ink on the soda cans.

Danni said...

These are all amazing! Wow!

Glittered Paws said...

Great use of green and love the coloring on the kittens. Great job.

Laura said...

Such a neat idea! Great tutorial!

StampinCarol said...


kssdesigns said...

These are all so pretty. Awesome use of recyclables!

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