* paint chip pocket

Posted on January 16th, 2007 by maitreya. Filed under Paper Crafts.


I wanted to make a little paint chip envelope like this one for business cards. My paint chips were a different size, though, so I improvised. I like the effect.

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And speaking of paint chips, omghaveyouseenthese by Lisa?



15 Responses to “paint chip pocket”

  1. lisa s Says:

    oh! hello sweet m… thanks for linking to me….

    i LOVE LOVE what you did with your paint chips. so cool!! now i want paint chip boxes for everything…. everything…..

  2. Jodie Says:

    I love this! So ingenius. Would love you to see my site which is pretty new…

    http://www.vintagefilm.typepad.com

  3. Kayla Says:

    Oh! I must try this sometime.. and thanks for the link to beholder-art .. that embroidery on paint chips is genius, and very attractive.

  4. futuregirl Says:

    Thanks for the links to Lisa’s stuff. Her embroideries are awesome … plus that site has tons of great art.

  5. vanessa Says:

    I absolutely fell in love with Lisa’s artwork! Something about it is just perfect. Thanks!

  6. christina Says:

    That is really neat! I have so many of those left over from when we were painting our house, never thought of doing anything with them!

  7. _tango! Says:

    heya!!! thanks for giving my DIY “paint chip card holder” a go!! It’s great to see others transitioned results! make another 20 like I did…it’s fun!

    cheers,
    _tango!

  8. Rachelle Says:

    LOVE the paint chip envelope!

  9. Melissa Says:

    I love the business card holder and that is soo cool what Lisa is making with those paint chip cards.

  10. christina Says:

    great idea. thank you for passing it on.

  11. adamoerikom Says:

    Stunning blog and good article. High 5 for u man !

  12. table place card holders Says:

    i love your paint chip pocket! great idea! :p

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