I have been using the fabulous Vintaj Patina inks once again from The Stamp Attic, this time around on a metal mackerel tin that I found at the supermarket. I will definitely be doing more of these and the Patina inks work fabulously on the metal, such a good coverage.
applying each colour to my non stick craft sheet and spritzing with
water and mopping up the ink with my card. From my coloured card I cut
two hearts, crowns and a set of wings using the Heart Wings die. I added one of my hearts to the bottom of the tin adding dream and embrace from the Chitchat stickers.
I added a piece of wire to the inside of my tin, securing through two
holes I punched in the top and bottom of my tin. This gave me the
ability to attach coiled wire to the inside of my tin. I only added the
wire loosely to the inside so that I can move each coil to any
position. For added interest I also added a Curio Knob to the top.
Postale Texture Fade. I added the heart to card stock for extra stability and then adhered to the tin, giving me a third layer of interest.
Tattered Pinecone die. A little more dimension was also created adding the wings from the Adornments Charms. Again further Chitchat stickers were added to my hearts.
Precision Sanding Block to reveal more of the metal.
Thanks so much for stopping by. Tracy Evans x x