Thursday, November 17, 2011

Guest Designer - Snip Tuck Design - Day 4

I can’t believe it’s already day 4 of my guest week at PKS. Today I created a mood box. It can display 8 different moods. I decided to add some pictures of my kids on the sides and a calendar in the back. All the frames are open at the top so I can easily switch out the pictures and calendar. The face stamps that I used for the moods are PK-692 Monster Mash Face Assortment, PK-532 Simple Sallies, PK-570 Basic Paper Doll Face Assortment, and PK-490 Everyday Character Face Assortment.
 


The box inside has eight sides. The face on one side matches the label on the opposite side. This allows you to see what mood you are displaying as the box sits on your desk. There is a dowel that is glued in the center of the box. I added a wood knob at the top so it could turn easily.

Here is a video to show the mood calendar in action.
Here’s your chance again to win some blog candy? Peachy Keen has been so generous to let me give away a set of their stamps. For a chance to win the PK-450 Wide Eyed Kids Faces Assortment ($25 value) please leave me a comment here and then head over to www.sniptuckdesign.com and comment on my blog too. I'd also love to have you as a follower, but it's not required to win.

Check back every day this week to see another one of my projects and for another chance to win. One lucky winner will be announced on Saturday. Good luck!
PK-450 Wide Eyed Kids Face Assortment

26 comments:

Celeste said...

oh wow this is soooo adorable I love it.

Lucy said...

What a cute idea! This is adorable. TFS :)

Glora said...

What a darling idea!!!! I love this! So CREATIVE! Hugs- Glora

Debbie said...

WOW, that is amazing! You are so very talented and crafty!

Debbie B.

Tonya said...

What a great way for kids to be able to display their emotions. Wonderful project.

littlen said...

very cute idea. tfs.

Debbie said...

Cool Idea!

Jovan said...

WOW...another AWESOME project!

Heather said...

What a great idea! Love it!
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SQ said...

Fun idea! The box could be used in so many ways.
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Maria said...

Another sensational job! The video looks great! I also wanted remind everyone to go take a peek at Cathy's blog. You can purchase her files there and they are totally worth it!

Amy E said...

This is such a great idea! I need to make one of these for my daughter to display on her desk at work!! Awesome!

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Jamie said...

this project is such a great idea
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CarolynG said...

I LOVE your mood box. Such a clever idea. Turned out fabulous!!

Anonymous said...

I used to use mood worksheets when working with abused teenagers. This project would have been an excellent tool to get them to open up!

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antdoda said...

This is to cute I need to make one for my niece for Christmas!!

Totally Twisted Cards said...

What a clever idea! Love it. Love the faces for the moods. Great idea. You such a talented gal. Thanks for sharing.

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girlia said...

Awesome project!

Melissa said...

This is so cute, great job!

Josie0602 said...

Really cute idea!!
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Cassandra said...

You are awesome with your 3D projects! I wish you all the best with your new business!

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Lynnette said...

Awesome idea!!! I like how you could personalize it with pics. TFS!!!

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Pat N. said...

Wow, your project is awesome and unbelievably functional! So terrific!--Pat N.

Jessie G. said...

Your prjects are wonderful!

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Karen said...

Love the darling things you made!

callyannc said...

You are soooooo very creative! Great job! TFS Callyann