Monday, February 19, 2018

Cubicle Sweet Cubicle - De stash Challenge Blog Hop

There are days we spend more time in our cubicles than we spend in our homes, right?

After sewing a MUG RUG for my daughter in vibrant colors, she asked if I could create something to hang on her cubicle walls.

When the colors in her office were discussed, she responded "blah".  She is a social services case worker.  I wonder...  Are all state offices decorated in "blah"?

My project begins with this dusty mess.  Ages ago, these frames were in my office, but now I work from my car, buzzing all around Northwest Arkansas.  There was a moment spray paint was considered, but once cleaned, I stayed with the black and bright colors already on the frames.  My plan is to compliment her MUG RUG.

Digging thru my monster pile of scrap book supplies, card stock and paper was chosen then cut to size.  Some of it was zipped thru my DIY cutting machine to create a few of our daughter's favorite quotes.  I hope you can see some dark smudges on the outer mechanism of the globe.  That was achieved with a dark purple stamp pad.  Do you recognize the "be the change" globe?  It was first used on this Upcycled Tote Bag project, also for our daughter.  Since that is the quote she chooses to live by, you just might see it again!  ;-)

I expect her to add photos into the "friends" frames, but did not want to give them to her empty.  A few of these luggage tags were snipped to give them a little life.  They were in my scrapbook stash, but I don't remember where I got them.

So, for this de stash, everything was already on hand, even the glue.  I've lowered my supplies by five dusty frames along with card stock, paper, a little stamp pad ink and glue.

Let's see what my fellow de stash participants are using!

;-)  -Marci


Every month a group of bloggers are challenged by C'mon Get Crafty to create a new craft or project from their own stash of goodies! Check out some awesome creations you might be able to make from your own stash! #CraftRoomDestashChallenge
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  1. Marci, I love the simple projects you created for your daughter's cubicle. I really like the globe one! She will surely enjoy the additions to her "blah" space!

  2. This is a great project. Yes all state offices are blah, ask me how I know...This will really brighten up her space and bring a smile to your daughter's face. The quotes are so inspirational.

  3. Beautiful. I expect far too many offices are decorated in Blah. :) Hopefully the decorating catches on at your daughter's workplace.

  4. Very clever and I am sure your daughter is going to love her new artwork. Great job.

  5. Such a fun and creative idea. I'm sure your daughter loves it!

  6. Those will certainly brighten her cubicle and make her smile too, knowing her mom made them for her.

  7. After many years in an office cubicle I understand the need for a bit of decor. I'm sure your daughter will enjoy your artwork and appreciate your efforts.

  8. I bet your daughter was glad to receive such thoughtful gifts to brighten up her cubicle!

  9. From "blah" to "gorgeous". Your daughter will love her newly decorated cubicle walls and will send a loving thought your way whenever she lies eye on one of these wonderful Frames. You did such a great job!

  10. That is a perfect use for the destash challenge, and I'm sure your daughter is enjoying her much less "blah" cubicle thanks to your efforts!

  11. I love them. Great way for your daughter to decorate, and to remember you each time she looks at the frames. Great destashing too. Thank you for joining The Really Crafty Link Party this week. Pinned!

  12. What a great way to decorate, when I had worked in a cubicle I would have loved to have things like this!


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