Saturday, 17 October 2009

SaWo "Recycle it"




Recycling something is the theme at SaWo. Well I am in the process of creating a minibook out of beer mats so decided to show some pages for this challenge, as no doubt if I had no picked up these beer mats in a pub the other day, they would have landed in the bin.
More pages can be seen in my flickr album.

11 comments:

  1. Love this idea, and it looks really great! :)

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  2. Astrid these are gorgeous! I love beermats - such great surfaces to alter and they're light too (always a bonus!)...

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  3. Tolle Idee mit den Bierdeckeln, Astrid. Die sehen fantastisch aus!

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  4. Wow these are fantastic.
    Wonderful work.

    Thanks Astrid for your recycled work to SaWo.

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  5. What beautiful work! This is such a great idea - the perfect pages!

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  6. What a great idea...and they look lovely!

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  7. This are simply gorgeous. I love every one of them. I love the colors you have chosen for each one also.

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  8. Beer mats are SO great to work with and i really love waht you have done with yours :D

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