Owl Project # 2

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Hi Friends & Welcome Visitors,

Here is a little project I made with my Cameo Silhouette.  It is a little owl box to sit on my desk and hold my spent color cartridges from my Epson Printer until I can take them back for recycling.

This is what she looks like from the top.

Are you beginning to have a hint of what color I painted my office? lol!

I am entering this cute owl box into the following challenges:

http://www.sparklingblackrose-craftmylife.blogspot.co.uk/ - Anything But A Card
http://thepaperplayers.blogspot.com/ - Challenge #207 Cute As A Button

Thank you so much for stopping by today!



  1. This is so adorable and your teasing us - can't wait to see!

  2. Makes me smile....the way you positioned the buttons on the eyes is a fun touch! Thanks for joining us this week at Paper Players!

  3. How nice! I like it a lot! Very good idea to create a container as it for the used cartridges

  4. Great way to hide those cartridges until you recycle. Goo luck with the challenges!

  5. this is so darn cute! And yes, I totally love owls!

  6. It's so adorable!! Love the colors so I know I'm gonna love what you painted your office!! Have a great evening :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  7. How cute and such a practical use!

  8. Yes. Pink & Green! Adorable!!
    My room is Green, Light brown & Beige..
    Have a wonderful day,
    *Crafting With Creative M*

  9. Oh, goodness! What could possibly be cuter than an owl shaped box! The button eyes are perfect. Thanks for playing along with my button challenge at The Paper Players, Chriss!

  10. What a fun little box - I'm a sucker for owls and I love his button eyes! Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week.

  11. Such a cute little Owl Box. :D Love the color and her little eyes.
    Thank you for joining and sharing with at All Crafts Challenge.
    Deborah DT


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