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Wrench Set

ALL paper is from The Paper Company's Value packs.


I was very proud of myself when I cam up with this idea.  I cut 5 wrenches all at different sizes out of a gray cardstock.  I lined them up the way I wanted them and measured how big I needed the holder and then cut it out of a slightly different shade of gray.  I made little slits on the sides so that the wrenches could slide into to be held.  I attached the wrench holder, using my ATG gun, on to a black piece of cardstock that is folded in half and put a 1/4" border around the outside in the lighter gray.


I decided to leave the wrenches removable so that you can add journaling on the back side of them.


When you open it up there is a spot for a photo or journaling on the back of the cover.  I also added a pocket with a photo-mat inside, and there is room for another photo or journaling on the pocket.


This project is great for your bigger pictures that you can't or don't want to cut down.

Happy Crafting!!!!

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