Sunday, January 11, 2015

More CHA ProJects: Nightlight and Lunchbox

Good Morning Everyone!

Off and running for day two of CHA!  But first, I wanted to share a couple more CHA projects I did for Graphic 45.  The hotel Internet has been unwilling to be helpful, so I think I will just dive right in without delay before it goes out again!

First up, the Graphic 45 Precious Memories Nightlight...





Made from the Graphic 45 Precious Memories Paper Collection, G45's Matchbook Box and some Microlights....

Here's another...

The ABC Primer Lunch Pail





I love this Lunchpail organizer.  It's simple and clean...But open up the inside and that's where the organization begins!  Made from Graphic 45's ABC Primer Collection, chipboard and some Configuration Box inserts.

That's it for today!  Meet me back over here tomorrow for more...

Thanks for coming by!

Jim
The Gentleman Crafter

21 comments:

  1. OMG!!! LOVE both projects!!!! The night light is spectacular...love how you've put it together! And...I totally MUST make the lunch box!!!!

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  2. I love that lunch pail beyond all reason!!! MUST HAVE!

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  3. Great projects....way to go, Jim!

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  4. Wow these are amazing projects xx

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  5. Loving them ALL, Hope to see a tutorial for the Lunch Box:)

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  6. If I knew how I would make that lunch box tonight!!!! I would stay up all night and probably call into work "sick" tomorrow!!! Crazy fun!!!!

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  7. Great projects Jim! I especially like the lunchbox. Have fun at CHA!

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  8. Love them both Jim! You are so creative! TFS!!

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  9. Fabulous projects. Really like the lunchbox!

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  10. WOW the lunchbox is AWESOME Jim!
    Hopefully there is going to be a tutorial on this one....?

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  11. I don't think my comment went thru...was saying I love these...hope you;ll show us how you made the lunch pail...tfs and have fun!!

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  12. These are great!!! I especially love the lunch pail. My grandson will be 6 in 3 weeks. He is in kindergarten and I have been looking for something to organize his photos in. I think this could work!!!

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  13. I love the lunchbox. And I'm so glad they're bringing back the ABC Ptimer collection, it's one of my favorites. Please tell me that this is going to be a class!

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  14. I love both the night light and the lunch box....I hope you are going to write tutorials for both! You're so talented!
    Donna Schrader

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  15. Love the lunch pail... but oh how I love, love, love the nightlight!!!!! Fabulous!!!!!

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  16. Oh my goodness, Jim! I just love your Primer Lunch Pail! First, that G45 paper is my favorite of all they've done. And I just love boxes and chests with lots of little drawers. Awesome creation!

    Noreen
    Crafty Journal

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  17. Wow Jim, you simply are amazing!!!! Love both projects, but I know I just have to have the lunch box. You were one very busy bee prior to CHA. I know that G 45 booth has got to draw so much attention with all of you fabulous designers on their team.!!!!!!!!!!! Hope someone takes lots of pics and videos of this booth and shares with all of us.
    Marcie

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  18. Your genius never ceases to amaze me. I LOVE the projects. The lunchbox is a must do ASAP. I hope I see a tutorial very soon. I am going to buy all the products immediately so I am ready. Thank you for haring your talent with us WANNABES! You are pretty awesome! Enjoy CHA! Blessings.

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  19. Wonderful projects! I love them both. First Project to make is definitely the night light for pregnant daughter but where do you get the lighting from please. I googled microlights and it gave me a heap of pages for gliders lol. I want to have everything ready for when you do a tutorial :P

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  20. There you go blowing me away again, love the night light ... dude ... your creations are just over the top awesome... and the lunch pail !!! I so love that ABC Primar Collection so glad they bought back the Collector's Edition !

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