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Altered tins

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How sweet are these little 1" by 2" tins? I made a couple shrines with the ones I had, and then begged Leslie at Alpha Stamps to send me at least 5 more. The tins come with a sliding lid, and I still plan to try a design incorporating the lid, but for now: tiny shrines. I started out making little fairy shrines. The backs of the tins are covered in scrapbook paper. Tiny wings from a collage sheet are added to create fairies, who dance on beds of moss amongst the smallest of mushrooms, made…

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sparkle and oil
great tutorial for altoid tins - (This is really neat, just not sure what I would do with a fancy tin - JLT) Crafts To Do, Arts And Crafts, Paper Crafts, Geek Crafts, Adult Crafts, Altered Boxes, Altered Art, Mint Tins, Altoids Tins

Make your Altoid tins something special! I've altered dozens of Altoid tins, and have learned a few tricks I thought I would share. Here's what we're making today: And here's what you'll need: Mod Podge (I prefer Matte Finish), an old ink pad, heavy scrapbook paper (for this tin, I used paper from Graphic 45), a sharp exacto blade, an inexpensive sponge brush, a straight edge, a ruler, a brayer if you have one, and an empty Altoid tin. Figure out where your pattern will fall on the top of…

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Jenny Ferrari-Tuomi
Tutorial: Altered Altoid Tin. How to cut scrapbook paper to fit on the Altoid tin. junk: Miniature, Recycling, Scrapbooks, Upcycling, Crafts, Paper Crafts, Cartonnage, Toys, Diy

Make your Altoid tins something special! I've altered dozens of Altoid tins, and have learned a few tricks I thought I would share. Here's what we're making today: And here's what you'll need: Mod Podge (I prefer Matte Finish), an old ink pad, heavy scrapbook paper (for this tin, I used paper from Graphic 45), a sharp exacto blade, an inexpensive sponge brush, a straight edge, a ruler, a brayer if you have one, and an empty Altoid tin. Figure out where your pattern will fall on the top of…

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Mary Allen