Upcycle Berry Container by Yolie Burke
Hello, this is Yolie with today's project share. Well, Summer has officially come to an end, and the last of the Summer berries have been purchased. I save the plastic containers to reuse either as storage containers or gift boxes. Today, I show you how I used Rinea Foiled Paper, Ghost Ink and Joy Clair stamps to upcycle a berry container. Below is the list of supplies you'll need to recreate today's project, so let's get started.
- Rinea Violet/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper - Crafter's Pack
- Rinea Jewels Foiled Paper Variety - Crafter's Pack
- Rinea Copper/Copper Glossy - Crafter's Pack
- Rinea Ghost Ink
- Joy Clair Joyful Noise stamp
- Petaloo™ 24pc Blue Cherry Blossom
- Border, circle, and tag dies
- Manual die cutting machine
- 12" paper trimmer
- Kraft paper
- Hot glue
- Tape runner
- Baby wipes
Using a manual die cutting machine, I cut the circle out of the Glossy Violet/Gold foiled paper and stamped the sentiment from the Joyful Noise stamp set. I then inked the image with the Rinea Ghost Ink, removed the stamped image and wiped the ink with a baby wipe. I repeated the steps for the stamped sentiment on Sapphire/Gold foiled paper.
I die cut the scallop borders using the different color Rinea Foiled Papers and adhered them to the pre-cut Kraft paper with a tape runner.
I wrapped jute to the lid of the berry container, inserting it through the side holes and securing it with hot glue. I then took the stamped sentiment and glued it to the lid followed by the flowers and clear rhinestones.
Here is the side view of the tag I attached to the Jute.
Here is my upcycled berry container. I am so loving the stamped sentiments with the Ghost Ink! My berry container is ready for some craft goodies; I hope the recipient enjoys it as much as I did making it.
I hope you enjoyed my project today.
Thank you for visiting and happy crafting.