True Story, my husband does not like clutter on top of our refrigerator. He accepts the nonsense that runs down both sides of it, but anything piled on top (usually things being hidden from a child) annoys him. The other day he grabbed what I loving call my “Kurig box” and asked if he could throw it in recycling. I pleaded with him, described it’s functional purpose of storing K-Cups.
“Well do I have to look at it?” he said.
I began to bargain and said, “If I scrapbook it, and make it pretty, can I keep it up there?”
His answer: Yes
I think he was a little surprised when I began designing the box within the week. Of course having my Cricut Explore really made this a much faster project than one would expect.
- 80 Count Starbucks K-Cup box
- Solid Paper is Club Scrap Cardstock from various retired kits; Pattern Paper is retired K & Company Paper
- Stamps: Mocha Java Remix by: Club Scrap; Anita’s Back Street Inc.
- Stazon Ink in Brown; Club Scrap Onyx Ink
- Glue: Creative Memories (retired) Glue Pen, Close to My Heart Glue Pen, Club Scrap Book Binding Glue, Paper Modge Podge,
- Cricut Cartridges: Hoot & Holler, Love You a Latte
- Foam Brush
- X-Acto Knife