Cutting a Recycled Soda Can using the Big Shot, creating an Aluminum Snowflake
Aluminum Lattice-recycled Sprite can and the Big Shot

Aluminum Snowflakes made using recycled soda cans and the Big Shot

I've been having so much fun making aluminum snowflakes from recycled soda cans and my Big Shot.  Be sure to view my posting dated 12/10 for more details and watch the how to video at the end of this post.

 

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Here's one made using a Sprite can.







 







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And here's one made using a Mountain Dew can.

 








 

 

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Here is the finished card using the Mountain Dew snowflake.  This is my favorite.  
  
  







 







 

 

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I spritzed on a mixture of rubbing alcohol, Frost White Shimmer paint and a drop of Real Red reinker on the background Whisper White card stock.  I like this close up because you can actually see how the card shimmers.  It is really hard to photograph the shimmer paint!

 







Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Four Holidays

Ink: Real Red and Real Red reinker

Paper: Whisper White, Real Red

Accessories: recycled Mountain Dew can, Big Shot, Snowflakes #2 die, spritzer bottle, rubbing alcohol, Frost White Shimmer Paint, Paper Piercer tool and mat, rhinestone brad, SU crafting scissors

 


 Again, thanks to Barb Millikin for her inspiration!

 

 

Happy Stampin'!

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