Scrapbook Altered Tin

Scrapbook Altered Tin courtesy of Storytellers.com

The Scrapbook Altered Tin Layout/craft was created thanks to the donation of the Scrapbook supplies from storytellers.com 

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Scrapbook Altered Tin Layouts Supplies

Large Cereal Tin with hinged lid

Storytellersclub.com Scrapbook Supplies:

  • Papers
  • Embellishments: Collections chipboard flowers, frames, butterfly & leaves, Flowers from Green Tara and Bazzill, miscl bling brads & stickers, Organza ribbon, Lace and metal buckle. Provocraft rubons.
  • Adhesives: Double sided tape, Glue Dots, scotch quick dry adhesive glue


How the scrapbook Altered Tin was created 

  • I attached the papers to the tin using double sided tape.
  • The lace, chipboard and flowers were attached with glue dots.
  • The chipboard butterfly was covered with paper.
  • Chipboard frame and flower were coloured silver with a Krylon Pen.
  • The chipboard tiles and leaves were painted with making memories paint.
  • The organza ribbon was threaded thru the buckle twice and attached by glue dots.


Scrapbooking Kits courtesy of Storytellersclub.com, Scrapbook by Debbie Atkin, member of Allscrapbookingideas.com Design Team


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