I recently broke free of a life-long soda pop addiction. Apparently I was hooked on soda pop before I was two years old. While my parents were good parents, I wondered why they would give their baby unhealthy soda, or “pop” as we call it in Minnesota.
When I began seeing all sorts of ads in vintage magazines proclaiming it was a health benefit to give young children sugar-laden pop, I better understood my parents actions.
Seeing the vintage ads inspired me to make a fun mixed media box with pop tops, vintage advertising and milk bottle caps.
Please stop by the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts blog for a tutorial on how you can make this mixed media pop box.
Have a sugary sweet week! -Betsy
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- Vintage ad
- Pop bottle tops
- Milk bottle cap
- Tim Holtz cardstock
- Rubber stamp for mark making
- Washi tape
- Black ink
- Alcohol Ink
- Acrylic paint
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