LOVE it! I was totally inspired by the Season's Greetings collection from Echo Park Paper. As soon as I pulled out the papers, I knew the poinsettia paper was the one to use. So, to make my tin coordinate, I lightly sanded it down then sponged some parchment colored paint on to the areas that would show. After it dried, I adhered the paper using Scor Tape. My sentiment on the front was from the sticker sheet, but since I wanted to put it over ribbon I stuck it to chipboard first and cut it out to give it some dimension. I inked the edges of it and the green border sticker using black ink.
Here are some more detail shots:
The black gingham ribbon is from my stash. The poinsettias are from Making Memories - I added some yellow brads from my stash and blinged them with Yellow Stickles from Ranger.
Crop-A-Dile. The tag is from the sheet of adhesive chipboard shapes, and I just left the backing on the base piece. I then tied it to the knob with some Doodlebug twine. The clear adhesive gems are Bitty Sparkles from Close To My Heart.
Here's one last view from the top:
This is the perfect size for a special gift card or an earring box. I wish I could tell you where to geet your own tin, but I have been pretty unlucky in locating a source (mine came from a warehouse-type sale). If you have kids in your house, an alternative is buying tins of novelty bandages that come in tins. Of course, these will all require sanding and painting for most projects.
Thanks for stopping by today! Hopefully, I will be posting more soon with the ramp up to Christmas I have a great excuse to find time to craft!