Vintage style re-purposed sewing tin crafted using Stampin' Up! craft products

What do you do with empty tins? Being a classic stash-hoarder I keep old altoids tins to re-purpose & recycle them into gifts - it's amazing what a lick of paint or paper can do! 

This project was actually inspired by Stampin' Up!'s Etcetera designer series paper which is a great mix of pattern and sewing inspired images.

Today's project uses an old Marks & Spencers mint tin and I started by covering it with Stampin' Up! retro fresh designer series paper.

I then stamped crumb cake card with the Stampin' Up! Shop around jumbo wheel stamp which is a gorgeous vintage style of eclectic apparel & haberdashery images. Don't forget you don't have to use all the the stamp at the same time - you can mask off areas or just use your Stampin Write markers to ink up the parts of the stamp you want. 

For the flower embellishment in the corner I used one of the essentials wooden elements with a vanilla seam binding hand rolled flower on top with banners cut from Retro fresh designer series papers underneath and finished with a gold bakers twine bow. 


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