Thursday

The last of my weathered tin boxes! :)



Butterfly tin box

So I finally finished decorating the last of my weathered tin boxes.Yay! :)


Just layered some Graphic 45 paper scraps. Some twine and ribbon action. And coated with Ranger crackle paint and stickles in rock candy! :)


Here are the rest of the tin boxes! All made from paper scraps and little knick knacks! Now they are sitting pretty in my drawer! :)

Supplies: Graphic 45 patterned papers, Ranger crackle paint and stickles in rock candy, twine, ribbon.

P/s: Come play along with my guest Chunyuan's rock-and-roll challenge....it ends on Friday!


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33 comments:

chillin with Quillin said...

there beautiful, awesome job!!!
Paula

Blossom inch said...

very nice Yvonne..love all the boxes!

Scarlett said...

Oh these are all so terrific!! Love that you used all the little bits and pieces - I have too many bowls of these in my space and so need to get at something like this! Really like the use of tulle and lace as well.

Katy said...

These boxes are so cool!! I love how each one has its own "personality" :)

~amy~ said...

Excellent! Love seeing them all together!

Laurel said...

Another beautiful box Yvonne!

Ujjwal said...

Yay! Great job pretty-ing them up! They look so good and happy together :D

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Love love love love!! You are amazing!! These are beautiful!!

Creations by Shirl said...

Oh my Yvonne these are just so cool, love all the different designs on those tin cans... these would make pretty gifts...

Miae said...

These are so cute and all so different! I've got a collection of these tins...you've got my wheels spinning! Thanks Yvonne!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Oh wow, what a gorgeous piece, I think this is my fav!!!!

onecraftymama said...

I LOVE the crackle on this! Another gorgeous box :)

Sharon said...

Yvonne! I love them all! I especially like the twine around the lid! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!!

Julie E said...

This one is my fave with an aged look and the colors.

annieambriel said...

awesome projects Yvonne.. I love all of them... you make me feel grabbing one of those fab crackles!!!
love love love :D

Lynnda Hosni said...

Absolutely those are just way too pretty!!.. Great foursome!!! (sounds too errr!!) he he .. Hugs xoxo

sandi said...

Wow! I love all of them! Fabulous, just fabulous!

Vasu said...

So beautiful, love the colour scheme, the butterfly is so so pretty :)

Sherry Eckblad said...

Oh I love all your little tins you have recycled. What a wonderful collection you now have.

Hussena said...

Oh these boxes are so amazing i love the crackle effect you have created for the Butterfly box ...so beautiful ...you always upcycle so well!!!totally love them!!!!

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Annette said...

love this...that butterfly looks amazing and so perfectly matched with the amazing paper...love how you use the twine...these little boxes are just too cute.

Linda R said...

OH my goodness. This is so cute! I just love what you did with those tins. So creative..

Hugs~

TesaB said...

Wohooo! Another wONERFUL little tin box!!! This one is absolutely darling!!!!

MirjamC said...

love the tin boxes, they're beautiful!!!

Cindy deRosier said...

Gorgeous! I like seeing them all together. The bird is my favorite. :)

Audrey Pettit said...

Love this one!! The crackle finish is just beautiful!

Rose said...

they are all fantastic :) how fun they must look in your drawer!!

Alice Wertz said...

really like that you took care to finished the sides, too. and the crackled looks is fab. love love all your tin box maker overs. you are an inspiration, girl!

Helen Tilbury said...

Ooooh this one is for defs my favourite! Love the antiquey look!!

E.T. said...

Beautiful! I have always loved these!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Hold.The.Phone! I love this one best!

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