Welcome to my blog. My blog is mainly for the sharing of the many projects I make either for swaps, for gifts or just because I was inspired by something I saw on the internet and wanted to give it a try as well. I hope you enjoy what you see and if you have any questions be sure to send me a comment.



Thursday, March 15, 2012

More Mint Tin projects

3 of these were made using Graphic 45's Steampunk Debutant and Tropical Paradise Collections. The 4th one with the sewing design was a gift for my daughters birthday with a gift card to JoAnn's. The paper used for that one was from DCWV Mod Retro paper pack and a sheet of Lil' Davis Designs Dot Mint. As well as a dress form rubber stamp from Inkadinkadoo.








11 comments:

  1. jocelyn, your tins are gorgeous. Love all the different themes that you chose.

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  2. Your tins are truly unique. There is no way I could pick a favourite

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  3. These are super, I just love them!!

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  4. Wow! these are beautiful. I cant wait to see more =D

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  5. OMG these tins are awesome - i really would love to have a go at this - TFS they are great

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  6. Thank you. While I've made simpler tins in the past, none of them had the awesome finishing techniques that I learned from a gal who goes by Rackycoo on the Craftster's web site. Here is the link to the tutorial I followed.
    http://contribute2resolve.posterous.com/gratitude-for-the-little-unfocused-things-in

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  7. Jocelyn these are so fabulous. You're amazing! I have started buying mints just for the silly tins!!

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  8. These are all beautiful, the suitcase one would be great to put a mini album of holiday snaps.

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  9. Thank You! Erin.. I put a tiny sewing kit in the suitcase one and gave it to a friend going on a crusie. She loved it and the idea. But that's a great idea using it as a vacation mini book tin. You could do one for each vacation.

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  10. How sad, the tutorial site you gave the link to is no longer available. I hope you copied the tutorial.
    Thank you.

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