Mix The Media Receipt Holder. “Back in the day store owners would tuck receipts behind these metal holders to keep track of their customer’s purchases. We prefer to add our photos, findings, ATC cards or whatever inspires us to these clever “receipt holders”.
Fashioned from metal for an authentic feel and can be hung by the
attached chain, these quickly become a one-of-a-kind home display in
I chose to decorate mine in a vintage style using botanical and bird
elements. Instead of telling you exactly how I put each collage
together, I’m simply going to list the items I included.
Tim Holtz Thrift Shop set 5. Free botanical print from the Graphics Fairy 6. DIY cardboard button on free printable journal card (Sweet Life) 7. Mis. buttons 8. Denim Washi tape
Watercolor Robins Egg Nest (Printable from Creative Cain Cabin) 3. Die cut envelope (with My Favorite Things Envelope Die.), 4. Ephemera from the Tim Holtz Thrift Shop set 5. Decorative paper clip 6. Coffee Stained Paper 7. Petaloo Flower
Washi tape 4. Mini clothespin 5. Ticket 6. Baker’s Twine 7. Egg Printable from Graphics Fairy 8. Wooden Button 9. Metal Charm 10. Paper Doily 11. Lace
Spellbinders Nestabilities 2. Postcard Stamp (Hampton Art) 3. Key 4. Baker’s Twine 5. Rolled Rose (Sizzix 3D Flower die and Martha Stewart frond punch) 6. Bird Printable from rebecca’s misc. 7. Metal Frame 8. Ephemera from the Tim Holtz Thrift Shop set 9. Mini flower card 10. Washi tape
All the stamping and inking was done with Vintage Photo Distress Ink . The edges were inked using the Tim Holtz Ink Applicator, and distressed with the Tonic Studios Paper Distresser.
There are endless possibilities for decorating these vintage looking Receipt Holders
– don’t be surprised if you see this one again made over in a new
theme, decorated for a holiday, or maybe even holding some handmade
cards from friends! Stop by Cropstop and order yours today and then come back and link up your creativity to the CURRENT CHALLENGE!
This post linked to:
Dies R Us - Flowers with Die Cuts (Die cut flowers/nestabilities/die cut envelope included)
The Paper Players - Tic Tac Toe (I used Circle, Die Cut, Flowers)
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes