Hambo’s challenge this week is to use this image (or any Hambo image) and a project that can be found at Splitcoast Stampers Resources page; click HERE for some inspiration.
I loved the Altered Paint Can Project, so using the empty baby formula can I had on hand (don’t ask me why, my youngest is a Junior in high school), I covered the can with leaf-printed patterned paper. I snagged a package of foam leaves and popped it onto a circular base, then cut a hole in the top.
I printed my digi-image twice, once on white cardstock and once on patterned paper, then pieced them together, using the patterned paper for the snail’s shell. I colored the rest of my image with Copics. Before adhering the Hambo image to the can, I added a strip of lace to the top, then used dimensional dots for my image.
Now I’m ready to start writing the things I am most thankful for. I figure if I only write one a day, the can should be full by November 30! Today I am thankful for the Hambo Hoedown, and Hambo Stamps' generosity in giving challenge payers a free digi every time they play!