Infuse Tin

 So at my last Saturday class we made altered lunch tins.  (Dude, I wonder how many of my posts start with So…) Anyway, it was a great group of ladies and I think they really enjoyed it.  I did mine using the BasicGrey Infuse papers one mine – I really like how it turned out!  I have no idea what I will do with it, but I like it!



Supplies: infuse basicgrey papers, mod podge, grosgrain ribbon, making memories acrylic paint, primas, $ tree faux jewels, foam brush, sanding blocks, and glue dots.

Tutorial can be found <here>.

7 comments to Infuse Tin

  • aisling

    It would be a cute way to give a gift come Christmas time. Put some bath stuff and pretty washcloths and soft soft slipper socks in the tin. Attach a gift tag. Instant – reusable in a better way than most – wrapping! It’s really cute, I love it.

  • Shelley ~ photocropper

    Very pretty Emily! Your alterable items are just beautiful!!

  • Julie C.

    Pretty, pretty, pretty!!! I love altering lunch tins too….this is great!

  • This is great, I love doing these tins, they are so much fun, and look so great when you are done. Love the paper and color combo.

  • I love the three little Primas on the top. Perfect touch!

  • Kim/Kauai17

    So 🙂 I just picked up that paper this week. Your tin turned out beautiful oh mighty tin queen!!!

  • Melinda Hanson

    I keep my handmade cards in my altered tin. After a workshop, I just can’t stand to give away the card I made, so I keep them for examples and make new ones to send!

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