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Anything Goes Challenge Blog #58

 I'm posting this all in one blog post because I'm entering it in Anything Goes Challenge Blog's Challenge #58.   I felt the whole project was too big for one post so I've been working on posting each mini album and the toolbox in their own posts.  Today I finished up posting the mini albums on my blog, so here I posed a couple pics with a link to the individual posts.
This was a craft project that I made for my husband the Vehicle Mechanic, in and out of the USAF, for Christmas. 





To see my post on the tool box click here: Tool Box



 To see my post on the socket set click here:  Socket Set



 To see my post on the drill click here:  Drill



To see my post on the wrench set click here:  Wrench Set



 To see my post on the saw please click here:  Saw



To see my post on the gears please click here:  Gears

Happy Crafting!!!!

Comments

  1. This is just so creative! I LOVE the tool/album idea, and the toolbox is amazing! Such a great project! :)
    Nita
    www.niftynitanotes.blogspot.com

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  2. What a great idea, love the tools filled with fab photos,thanks for playing at anything goes this week, hugs trace x dt

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  3. Wow, what a project. Love it!
    Thanks for joining us at Anything Goes!
    Hugs Annette

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  4. wow! This tool box is fantastic!!! each tool was a cool surprise! Great job! thanks for entering my giveaway!!! Good luck!
    xoxo
    Elsa

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  5. Annette, thank you!!!

    Elsa, thank you too!!! I love your work!!!

    Kerri

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  6. This tool kit is AMAZING!! My husband is a ASE Certified Master Mechanic and he would love it!!! So creative. I am so happy that I found your blog...following you NOW! Please come follow me too :)

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  7. Velveteen Mom, thank you sooo much!! And thank you for following!!! I'll head over your way too!!

    Kerri

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