Tooth Tins – part 2

Okay – here’s the part two on the Tooth Tins.  I finished them all up and thought I would share the end result!  I ended up using very similar papers on all of them – the boy tins used Dude! by Corina Nielsen for Prima and About a Boy by Fancy Pants.  The girl tins used Key Lime Pie by Fancy Pants.  I’ll just list all the supplies here at the top and then show all the pictures.  The inside pics will be clickable thumbnails so you can see them if you want to, but that way it won’t take up so much space.

And a note on one of the products used: I saw this pretty glittered twill at Taylored Expressions the other day and decided to order some.  I thought the red especially would be really pretty on some Christmas projects.  Can I just say – LIGHTENING fast shipping!!!  I ordered Saturday afternoon and it was on my doorstep Monday.  WOW!  I have no idea how she got it here that fast – but you have to like that, huh?!?!  So kudos to Miss Taylor!  Plus she’s super nice and talented to boot!  (And the glimmer twill is LOVELY in person!)

Supplies: What’s In Your Tin? Set 1 by Melanie Muenchinger for Gina K Designs Mono Multi; Terrifically Tacky Tape – 1/8 and 1/4; sanding block; “altoid” tin; and patterned papers by Dude! by Corina Nielsen for Prima, About A Boy and Key Lime Pie by Fancy Pants; Glittered Thickers by American Crafts; Rub Ons by American Crafts; large stick-on jewels from LSS; glittered twill from Taylored Expressions; Martha Stewart sticky letters; Dazzling Diamonds glitter; American Crafts Precision pen – black;  palette noir ink;  Making Memories Rub on Letters.

Set 1:

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Set 2:

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Set 3:

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Ok!  So those are the tooth tins I’ve been working on.  I’ve kind of got them down to a science now, lol!  Actually, they are pretty fun to make and I like playing with different papers to find something cute.  I also traced all the black stamping on the the inside of the girl tins with a Copic Spica Atyou glitter pen – adds a little glam for the girls!

I’ve got a big day of stamping planned tomorrow and I’ll have a project with the new stuff from The Stamp Castle – along with a coupon code!  So check back for that!

4 comments to Tooth Tins – part 2

  • Melanie Muenchinger

    i really like how you put the my tooth stamp on THE INSIDE and their names on the outsdie, great design! 🙂 great tins!!!

  • How creative…simply FANTASTIC! I love all your creations Emily!

  • Oh I cannot wait for a new coupon for the stamp castle… I have been wanting to order from there forever and now I have the perfect excuse. I let the other offer run out on me before I ordered! Thanks for sharing the lovely tooth tins!!

  • I love these….I was one of those sick Mothers that saved her daughters teeth….for years she may still have them what is really funny I must have passed that gene onto her as she was saving her dogs baby teeth….sick ones we are! Great idea hey I’ll have to make a tooth tin for my grand-dog! LOL

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