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Cheap Nike Shoes

Julie, it's a beautiful card -- in a punky grungy kind of a way! And I'm keeping you in my prayers.

Essay Writing

this is very cute but i don't know why I always fail to make some thing like that..!
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Michelle

This is so cool. I was wondering how it was done. Thanks

Lenoria

I love this idea! I have an opener like this and used the lids to decorate with the kids to use as Christmas tree decorations, but I would never have thought about opening the bottom of a pull tab container and reusing it!

trishia

love this! I'll be collecting these cans so we can use them for valentines day treats for my kids' class! I've got the same question as Melissa, though- what brand opener did you use? My mother has one, but it makes the can dent a bit...
thanks!

Yngla

This was so cute! Cam´t wait until tomorrow when it´s time to go to the grocery´s to buy some canned fruit *lol*

Alana

I LOVE your idea for coloring the rings on the Coluzzle! How great is that? Definitely a step up from numbering in my opinion! Thanks!

Lisa (crazycatstamper)

And you know you have trained your family right when your husband comes to you with a (pop-top) can in hand and asks if it's "one of those stamping cans that has to be opened from the bottom with the funky can opener". He he he.... gotta love that man.....

Something to note - NOT ALL pop top cans have the seamed bottom - you need to check and make sure that the can isn't "molded" so you can use the can opener on it! I have found some soups come in great pop cans as so larger cans of fruit and some veggies. Oh - and the individual serving cans of baked beans....

Leslie Miller

Isn't this just the cutest! I love your tutorial. So much better than Stampin' Success. You're so brilliant to mark your Coluzzle that way, too!

Jody

Julie, Another great tutorial. I was wondering how these were done. Thanks for sharing all your great tips!!

KTColburn

Your tutorials are great. Love your site.

Karen (stampin3)

great tutorial - thanks for the step-by-step and humorous side comments too!! :)

Tammy

This is a wonderful tutorial and so fun! I can see some awesome gifts being made this way! Thank you!

frannyb

Super cute! Thanks for sharing the instructions!
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Melissa (Superfan)

Fantastic tutorial, Julie! Love it! I also love all of the treats that you added for your hostess. What an awesome idea!

What brand opener did you use? I have one that will take it off, but it seems to ripple the can which makes it more difficult to adhere the lid to after the fact!

Rose Ann

This is so awesome! Thanks for the tutorial!

Michelle R

Thanks so much for the tutorial. I definitely need to try that. My grands would love receiving those filled with goodies. :-)

Monika/buzsy

Great tutorial... love the idea for the punched out images... TFS!

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