Friday, September 10, 2010

Sponge Bob Clear Plastic Toy Box for KidS JusT WaNT To HavE FuN blog hop.

HI !!! If you just got here from seeing Momo's project, then you are on the right track !!!
***Hola!!! Si vienen del blog de Momo, van muy bien!!!

It is so true that "Kids Just Want to Have Fun" !!! ... And that is the way it should be. The children in our lives are little angels that bring us so much joy and happiness !!! I invite you all to make their world a little piece of heaven here on earth :) My little ones are all grown now, but in my heart.... they know they still are and will always be my little ones. One of my "little ones", my oldest daughter Cindy, has her own little one !!! ... go figure ! It is for her baby, Santiago, a very active and playful 27 month old toddler, that I made my project: a much needed TOY BOX. I hope he now can put away most of his toys when he is... done playing ???? Like thats ever going to happen !!! LOL
The toy box is made out of clear plastic, so that the child can easily find what he is looking for. I will throw away the lid that came with the box, as it could be a suffocation hazard if the child gets trapped inside. All cuts were made with vinyl.



To make the Toy Box you will need:
***Para hacer la caja de juguetes necesitan:
TIP: If you do not have a color of vinyl that you need, simply color a piece of white vinyl with acrylic paint and let dry.
***TIP: Pueden pintar vinil blanco con pintura de acrilico. Deje secar bien antes de usar.



Let's do it:
***Como hacerlo:
  1. Adjust your Cricut machine to: pressure at 3; blade depth at 4.
  2. Design your layout on your Gypsy and cut and arrange pieces of vinyl on your cutting mat, using the colors that correspond to the images to be cut. NOTE: If you do not have a Gypsy, no problem. Just place the colored pieces of vinyl where you plan to cut the shape.



  1. Remove excess vinyl from your cuts, leaving only the vinyl image to be transfered to the toy box. (***Remueva el exceso de vinil, dejando solo la pieza que va a usar).
  2.  Layer your images at this point, if necessary. The completed layered images should look like store bought stickers. It is best to use tweezers to transfer small pieces for layering. Transfer larger images with transfer tape. (You should only be transfering the vinyl, leaving the paper backing behind). (***Monte todas las piezas o capas de vinil necesarias para hacer su figura. Transfiera las piezas peque~nas con pinzas y las grandes con "transfer tape". Solo ransfiera a la caja de juguetes la pieza de vinil, dejando atras el papel blanco).



  • Once all the sticker-like shapes are done, begin transfering them with transfer tape or with your hands, to the plastic box.
    • I did the background first: the sand and the water (waves).
    • Where to place the rest of the vinyl cut outs is up to you and it is so much fun !!!
BLOG CANDY: To qualify to be the winner of a $15.00 Gift Certificate good to purchase from Oh My Crafts, just leave a comment under this post. The winner will be chosen using random.org on Tuesday morning.
***PREMIO: Para participar en el sorteo de un Certificado de Regalo de $15.00 para usar en Oh My Crafts, deje un comentario en la seccion de "comments". El ganador sera electo el martes usando random.org.
    Now, let's hop on to http://scrappin3rdeeschik.blogspot.com/ to see what  fun project Meighen has  for us to enjoy !!! {HUGS}




        KinderStampO's Kids Just Want to Have Fun Blog Hop

        179 comments:

        1. Hi Martha! I love ,love this idea. Now I have to get the Sponge Bob Cart...LOL Lovely!
          Quilled Hugs,
          Linda K.

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        2. Hola Martha!!! It me Martha! LOL!!! I loved your project! Great Idea and very fast and easy. Thank you for sharing. I now follow your blog! Yay!
          pattig161@yahoo.com

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        3. Hi Martha !!!
          I love your project , I think you did a geat Job.
          Te felicito.
          Patty
          dreamcards@hotmail.com
          http://dreamcardsbypatty.blogspot.com/

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        4. Very cute! I love the sponge bob characters.
          www.dawnicakorner.blogspot.com

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        5. love it!!! TFS! you can contact me at morethanfavors at gmail dot com

          Happy Crafting, Paula
          morethanfavors.blogspot.com

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        6. This is really a cute idea. I have not used vinyl yet with my cricut, thanks for the explanation about the transfer paper! www.beejaysstudio.blogspot.com

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        7. Oh I bet he will LOVE that box! So cute :) Thanks for sharing!

          Ashley.. xo

          uberartist@hotmail.com

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        8. Hermoso Proyecto Martha... I'm not a fan of SB, but I can follow your idea and make this project with Tinker Bell, right?
          Thanks for the chance to win...

          Gina Lindsey

          agsainz at gmail dot com

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        9. What am awesome idea. I really love it. Who knew making a toy chest could look so fun.
          wiglo@sbcglobal.net

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        10. Very cute idea, thanks for sharing.
          Sheila_777@hotmail.com

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        11. Love the cuts and the idea of dressing up a plain clear box. What fun! Wouldn't this make a great gift!

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        12. Martha wow this is a great idea it came out really super cute love all the designs and colors you chose nice job, thanks for playing along today I hope you got your award I left you the other day on my blog, thanks Debbie @http://craftydeb-ddscrafts.blogspot.com/

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        13. What an awesome idea! I love what you did. I have never cut wit vinyl before, but I may have to reconsider that :) TFS

          michelle

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        14. Having used the Spongebob cart, I know that was a lot of work!!! Beautiful, beautiful job!!!! Thank you so much for the early a.m. inspiration, your blog is awesome-

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        15. I love love love this idea - so many possibilities!! Thanks for a great idea!

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        16. Love the tip about painting the white vinyl! Never thought about trying that!

          Melissa
          www.disneydreamerdesigns.blogspot.com

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        17. WOW you put alot of work into this project. I used the spongebob cart for a card on my blog and now how many pieces this cart has. AWESOME project!! Thanks for sharing.
          evinadas@yahoo.com

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        18. Wow I really like how this you did a great job
          Thanks,
          Teri
          teri.barefoot@gmail.com

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        19. Very cute! I want to make something similar for my daughter.

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        20. Cute idea. I need to keep this in mind for my nephew.

          Uofkgirl at gmail dot com

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        21. You knocked this one out of the park. I absolutely love the idea.
          http://pammejo-scrapbookflair.blogspot.com/

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        22. Wow - how cute is that box?! I'm not usually a big sponge bob fan - but I love your toy box and all the cuts. :)

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        23. I love this idea, now to adapt it for my son's train box! LOL
          Thanks so much for the inspiration
          Tammy

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        24. what an awesooome project..i would neverhave the patience though lol

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        25. Very cute idea--never thought about decorating a plastic bin like that! Thanks

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        26. Omigosh! Why didn't I think of this?! I'm so decorating Mr. Tertyl's (my red ear slider turtle) tank! I've had him since I was 15 years old, 12 years now, and he got so big that he can only fit into big rubbermaid containers. I think he'll love Spongebob on his tank!

          Thank you for sharing this!

          cely_rohr at hotmail dot com

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        27. Great project. I like it.

          craftyhomemade7atgmaildot com

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        28. Martha you did a fantastic job....I think the idea is super cute! I sure wish when my kids were little I would have done things like this. :)
          Have a good weekend and thanks for the chance to win...
          Jen (jennyscards.blogspot.com)

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        29. good idea. would have to used cars of something cause sponge bob in not allowed in our house.

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        30. This is so cute! I love Spongebob, I don't have the cart yet but NEED it! :)

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        31. cute cute cute!!!this is so colorful, no child could resist using it! thanks for sharing!
          liz

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        32. WOW super adorable. Great idea using something you already have a t home. :) Lots and lots of storage bins. I know I do. lol Great job and thanks for sharing with us.

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        33. I know a couple of kids that would just love to have this project in their rooms! We have some really big Sponge Bob fans in our family!

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        34. Martha! This came out WONDERFULLLLL!. LOVE IT LOVE LOVE.

          Jess Baker
          thatzuneek@gmail.com

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        35. How fun ! Thanks for the chance to win :)

          ~Suzy suzyq28024 at gmail dot com

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        36. very cute thanks for the ideas....

          lamerlisa@hotmail.com

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        37. Thanks for the chance to win...Wicked cool project!

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        38. Your toy box turned out so cool! I love SpongeBob!
          booger1 at tds.net

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        39. I love this idea. The Sponge Bob cut outs are great. Thanks for the idea and the giveaway.

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        40. Awesome box!!! You did a wonderful job with all of the characters, super cute!!! Thanks for the inspirations, I will have to try a project like this for my daughter's room. Thanks!!

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        41. wow I never would have thought to decorate a tub but I love it!

          aecopenhaver at gmail dot com

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        42. I have this cart and never thought to make vinyl decor with it! TFS your project so cute!

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        43. Love what you did! I will have to make one with the Toy Story cartridge for my boys! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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        44. Thanks for sharing such a neat idea for a kids room. Nicely done.

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        45. Perfect!! Love what you did to make the "tub" look like a fish tank!! Thank you so much for sharing. I'm now a follower.

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        46. Oh my goodness! Such a great idea! I'll have to show this to my sister so maybe she'll wanna decorate her turtle tank!

          spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

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        47. My grandaughter absolutely loves Sponge Bob, thank you, just great...
          jman4@comcast.net

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        48. such a cute idea. I love it. thanks for sharing.

          http://ikolinda-scrappinmomma.blogspot.com

          iko dot linda at yahoo dot com

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        49. Doing this again with my 7 year old and she is loving this project. Thanks!!!
          pattig161@yahoo.com

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        50. Martha this is just cute!!! My kids LOVES Sponge Bob. This is a great project to do with them and have them their own storage box for their toys. Thanks for sharing!!

          Mahalo,

          Michelle - 808Creator.blogspot.com
          mich.galvez@gmail.com

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        51. WOOOOOOOOOWWWZAs! I never would have thought of that!!

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        52. What a cute idea for a toy box and maybe it will encourage them to actually put their toys away when they are finished playing with them. LOL Thanks for showing.

          maureenpaul25@gmail.com

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        53. too cute!! i can make one for my classroom!! love it..

          thanks

          felkatz at gmail dot com

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        54. What a wonderful idea for a project...had not thought about vinyl to decorate a plastic box. Thank you for sharing your ideas.
          quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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        55. Grrr, now I have the SpongeBob song running through my head and it's all your fault. Just kidding! What a fun project. Thanks for sharing.

          thefishie at gmail dot com

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        56. ME encanta esta idea!! Is better the plastic box than the one that is not see through you never know what is there. Take Care!!!
          Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

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        57. Me encanto tu idea!!! Me parece que tengo que calar vinil!!! Imaginate una caja para mi hija pero de la sirenita!!!!! gracias por compartir esta idea tan estupenda!!!!!

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        58. your sponge bob tote is amazing so sweet. i love your blog im a new follower of yours . tfs
          *emmy*
          cricutmama2four@gmail.com

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        59. OH this is so fun, really a good idea to dress up those ugly plastic storage containers. Great idea. TFS.

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        60. Awesome, You dont have to throw away the lid though, If you have a wood burning kit or a Crop a dile, just punch some holes or melt some holes for safety! Thank you so much for your ideas!

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        61. Thanks for sharing such a cute project. Very nice work!!

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        62. I love this idea! I think I'll use this on tons of my bins.

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        63. Wonderful way to give something a great look. Thanks for sharing
          Kitty
          casandra.styles@gmail.com

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        64. Such a great idea. Thanks for sharing with us.
          Angela
          Simple Creations
          simplecreations at live dot com

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        65. What a great idea! And what kid doesn't like Spongebob!? lol TFS. I've been waiting for this hop.. LET'S DO THIS! haha

          Terrie B.
          terriennz @ att dot net
          crafteecards.blogspot.com

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        66. Love Sponge Bob and this is just too cute. Thanks for the chance to win :)

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        67. What a great project for my Sponge Bob loving granddaughter! TFS
          I am a new follower and love everything I have seen on your blog, That birthday cake with the buttercream frosting was beautiful.

          bjohn3237@aol.com
          http://lifekeepssurprisingme.blogspot.com

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        68. Thank you for the idea, love it and thank you for the chance at the giveaway! Love you website first timer!
          mhalford6 @ aol. com

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        69. That's a great little idea! Thank u. You could do for little pencil boxes... Very cute. Thank you
          Nydogpound@gmail.com

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        70. what a great idea, so creative

          nikki
          nikkicreates@gmail.com

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        71. This is a really cute idea. Great use of vinyl and spongebob. I love these storage boxes. kimmariebaker@gmail.com

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        72. I'm lovin' this. I might need to start w/ vinyl for my "craft room"
          mbchoj@aol.com

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        73. Very cute! I need to get busy!

          Melissa
          dolfnz777 at yahoo dot com

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        74. Another fantastic idea for my great grandson, I will be making one of these for him, how fun! thanks for sharing suz.p@comcast.net

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        75. that is a really cute idea. ty xoxo cake35@comcast.net

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        76. wow..a lot of work, and so cute.
          great idea!
          justkimberly@yahoo.com
          kim

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        77. Thanks so much for your time, projects, and sharing!

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        78. That is the cutest! Thanks for sharing and for participating in a great blog hop!

          Happy Scrappin'

          Sue
          http://susanascorner.blogspot.com/

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        79. How absolutely awesome is that??!! I crown you queen of cricut vinyl!! lol!! Me and vinyl just do not get along. Now I'm going to try again...this is just awesome!! TFS

          im_mari723@yahoo.com

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        80. Great idea to paint white vinyl to get the color you need. This a great project-so many kids obsessed with SpongeBob, too. Thanks for the chance to win!
          lungtx91@gmail.com

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        81. what a fun idea! :) http://www.pinkcricut.com

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        82. Love this idea since i'm in the process of arranging my sons room and his plastic containers with his toys. Thanks for sharing:)

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        83. Martha, This is a fantastic idea for a toy box, you solved my problem. You have inspired me to actually try cutting vinyl because of this project. tfs

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        84. OMG, my Anthony would ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS!! I so need to get that cartridge!
          Big hugs,
          emma;)

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        85. this is super cute!! my boys would love it!! never played with vinyl on the cricut... I guess gots to get to it!! TFS!! and the inspiration :)

          Micia

          yellowbirdcreation.blogspot.com
          yellowbirdcreation@gmail.com

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        86. Another idea where a gypsy really would come in handy! I love it! Christmas ideas keep coming! Thank you! Jackie pjritsema@comcast.net

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        87. love this idea, so creative!

          cutecardsandcraftsbyjamie.blogspot.com

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        88. I love this box, it is so cute, my kids just got plain boxes when they were little. LOL no Cricuts back then. JSharer417@aol.com

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        89. Great work. Thank you for sharing.
          janejohnson13@wildblue.net

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        90. OK WOW!
          I have the spongebob cart!
          I love what you did with it ON VINYL!!
          I have a big tub like that as well.
          I just loved it!
          Thank you

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        91. WOW! This is so great! I know kids would just die for this! lol! Thanks for sharing, Christy

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        92. I love this project Martha. Great job.
          mommakcrafts.blogspot.com

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        93. What a great way to dress up and make fun a toy box! Thanks for sharing your inspiration!

          Pam
          simply-pam.blogspot.com

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        94. I love vinyl! I did 5 different cuts of Ariel for my daughter's ceiling fan. I love that when she outgrows it I can just peel off the vinyl and put up something else!

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        95. Great idea. I can see doing this with whatever characters your kids love. TFS.

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        96. This is a great idea! What fun and it looks so 'right'. Quite inspired to play around with my own boring (at the moment) storage boxes. TFS

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        97. Soooo Kool! TFS. You did a great job!

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        98. Oh WOW!!! What a Great Idea!!! This is an AWESOME project...Now I have to look into vinyl.
          Valerie
          jeffnval@hotmail.com

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        99. Too cute! Muy bonito! (I couldn't do the upside down exclamation point).

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        100. What an amazing project! Thanks for sharing and for the detailed pictures!

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        101. I am so amazed at the idea and the details! Thank you for sharing!

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        102. What a great idea!! My granddaughter and grandson would love it! TFS and inspiring!

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        103. Very creative! We use a lot of those tubs around our house! This is a good way to make them pretty!

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        104. This is such a good idea, and hey they have the same toy box lol...I just happen to have some vinal laying around so Ill give this a try! Thanks for the idea
          I secretly love spongebob,
          Meriah

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        105. This is a great idea! Absolutely love it.
          Rosemary

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        106. Great idea! Avery year I do a container full of crafting supplies for my dear friends daughter. I've never decorated the container, but this year I will....'b/c of your blog. I love it!

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        107. That's a great idea. Thanks.

          dianaherrera@comcast.net

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        108. What a great clear box... it must have taken alot of time but its worth it.. it is amazing....

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        109. Everyone loves Sponge Bob... this is a cute idea. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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        110. Your toy box turned out so cute!

          krissaxt at yahoo dot com

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        111. How cute! my daughter loves sponge bob! Great job and TFS.

          desaucier at bellsouth dot net

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        112. What a great project! TFS!
          ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

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        113. Your toy box is so cute! Tfs and have a great day. :)

          star24601 at gmail dot com

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        114. What a great idea and you don't have to clean the tank. Thanks for sharing.
          endurapuppy at yahoo dot com

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        115. How cute is that, what a great idea!! Thanks for sharing
          LindaP

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        116. What a great idea! I love fluffing things up that we already have around the house and you are so right who doesn't need a toy box! I love this super cute project thank you for giving such detail on making it. It really helps us newbies!

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        117. Fabulous idea... LOVE IT! Good warning on the lid, you can never ever be too careful with little ones!
          Lori
          http://got2bcrafting.blogspot.com/
          tahoe_luvr at yahoo dotcom

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        118. Hi Martha!

          Wonderful project!! I know my sons would love a toy box like that!!

          TFS, Cheryl @ CardsbyCG.blogspot.com

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        119. Cute idea!!! Sponge Bob is a favorite around here :) THF

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        120. I love this idea! I should do a couple of these to leave at my husband's and my parents' houses for all the toys they have for our kids. Great project!
          craftylizard@gmail.com

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        121. very nice idea for decorating a storage container!

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        122. Martha.
          This is too cute! this would be perfect form my teen daughters friend, she LOVE Sponge Bob..
          Thanks for sharing
          Bonnie C
          scrapperscanvas@aol.com

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        123. what an adorable project..love it. thanks for sharing your creativity

          shelley

          lostnwa98 at verizon dot net

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        124. WOW!!! This is so creative. TFS.

          Christel
          www.onescrappinsista.blogspot.com

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        125. What a fun way to use vinyl. If my son wasn't 15 I would copy and make this for him to put his toys in. TFS
          TTFN
          Debby
          dpokybear ay yahoo dot com

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        126. Martha, that is a wonderful project! I will have to tell my daughter about this one. She loves to work with vinyl.
          Hazel
          hdhall6002atsbcglobaldotnet
          or
          the2pinkladies.com

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        127. What kid wouldn't love this toy box? Great job!
          TFS

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        128. Very clever idea! Thanks for sharing!
          qtme2003 at yahoo dot ca

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        129. Love this. What a fun idea for a plain box.

          vwilson577 @ yahoo. com

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        130. Very cute idea! I know your grandbaby will love it! Thanks for sharing!!!

          Lori
          thepaisleyturtle@gmail.com
          thepaisleyturtle.blogspot.com

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        131. What a great idea...thanks for sharing. I need to do this for my new granddaughter that was just born the 10th!

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        132. What a great project idea! Never thought of making such a fun box. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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        133. I totally love this idea. I have never cut vinyl before but I think I can do it now. I want to cut some pictures for my storage boxes at school. Thanks for the idea and chance to win!

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        134. thanks for the Opportunity to WIn!

          arlenescraftspot at gmail dot com

          Thanks, Arlene
          Arlenescraftspot.blogspot.com

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        135. This is such a fun toy box! Thanks for sharing =)
          legojenta @ hotmail . com

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        136. No matter what your age.....Sponge Bob is the BEST!!

          Cute project.

          Thanks for sharing and for the Blog Candy opportunity,
          Donna
          DonnaCMC at optonline dot net

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        137. This is so cute! My son loves Spongebob!

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        138. What a wonderful gift that this would make.
          I love it.

          Thanks for sharing :)

          what a generous blog candy gift as well.

          http://gypsy-cruz.blogspot.com/

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        139. What a great idea!! I have a boy and a girl and what a clever way to decorate their toy boxes!!
          http://justmevani.blogspot.com/

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        140. what a very cute idea. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.

          mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

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        141. What an absolutely wonderful idea! Santiago is going to love it...and I may have to decorate all my storage totes!!

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        142. Wow this is soooo super cute. I am going to make one for my little one. This also makes a really great gift for a child. Thanks for the idea. Great blog too, I am now a follower:)

          Stephanie

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        143. I do know how much this project can be used and my daughter is grown but I have my grandbabies that stay with me and this is a great idea. Thank You for sharing!!!
          bamagurl1999@gmail.com

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        144. I had done something just like this but before I had my Cricut. I now wish I would have had it then...this is TOO cute!

          Thanks for the inspiration!

          April
          nginerd at gmail dot com
          http://ajoy2scrap.blogspot.com

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        145. What a cool project this has sparked a ton of ideas in my head now. Thanks for Sharing.

          anniebear10(at)hotmail(dot)com

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        146. i love the spongebob images... now i REALLY want the cart... GREAT project!

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        147. This is such a terrific idea.I neverthought of using vinyl to decorate these boxes... Thanks for sharing!

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        148. Great idea..thanks for sharing!
          firelass51@aol.com

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        149. How clever! Thanks for the opportunity to participate!

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        150. Great idea....I just ordered this cartridge. TFS!

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        151. This is such a cute project! A fun way to teach him to clean up his toys. Thanks for sharing!

          kmgillon at yahoo dot com

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        152. Now that was a BIG project, cute!
          Kathy
          CastleKat360@aol.com

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        153. WOWWW.... love love love your project!!! What a way to JAZZ up a plastic bin. Great Work!
          Sweet Creations...
          www.sweetdelightspapernmore.blogspot.com

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        154. Great place for toys!! TFS!!

          amandaremus at gmail dot com

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        155. This is a fantastic idea! And the tip about coloring the vinyl is so great! TFS :)

          www.crazyaboutcricut.blogspot.com
          crazyaboutcricut@hotmail.com

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        156. The Sponge Bob cart is now on my wish list thanks to this post!

          Monica
          simplycricutting@gmail.com

          http://simplycricutting.blogspot.com

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        157. This adorable!! My daughter loved it! Thank you so much for sharing, great job!

          Pam

          pamandrandy@gmail.com

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        158. This is way tooo cute! what a great idea
          gloria
          esquivel865@yahoo.com

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