How to Alter a Metal Tin

Want a fun beautiful gift? Here I’ll show you How to alter a metal tin. Using the Calico Collage Digital images – Spring Peacock, Rinea Foil, Brutus Monroe ink and Glam from Tattered Angels.

How to alter a metal tin

While out shopping at Dollar Tree I found a set of two metal tins. When I saw these I knew I could alter these with a few supplies I already had on hand.

Supplies used in How to alter a metal tin:
Glossy Sapphire Rinea foil
Spellbinders Circle Die
Butterfly Die
Calico Collage Spring Peacock Journal Kit
Calico Collage Spring Peacock Domino images
Metal Tins – Dollar Tree
Brutus Monroe Detail Ink-Raven
Vagabond Machine Inspired by Tim Holtz or other like die cutting machine
Self-adhesive Rhinestones
Glam from Tattered Angels, Clear, and Chandelier
Paint brush

How to alter a metal tin

I began but selecting a page from the Spring Peacock journal kit from Calico Collage. Once I had a page selected I used my Vagabond and Spellbinders circle die to cut out circles.

Selected images from the Spring Peacock Domino digital images from Calico Collage, trimmed off the white edges.

Die cut a beautiful butterfly out of the Blue Rinea foil using my Vagabond.

Using Glam from Tattered Angels I painted the back of the circle and placed it on the top of the metal tin. Applied glam to the domino-sized peacock image and added to the top of the circle.

So that the butterfly wouldn’t lift and get damaged I applied glam to the back and then placed it on the top of the other images.

Glam dries pretty quick. Using the Chandelier Glam from Tattered Angels I then coated the top of the tin.

Lastly, I applied a few self-adhesive rhinestones to the butterfly and off to one side.

How to alter a metal tin

For those that like videos here is the video on How to alter a metal tin:


I just love how the images sparkle because of the Chandelier Glam from Tattered Angels. These altered metal tins will make a great gift. I’m thinking of adding some candy and maybe a piece of jewelry inside.

Interested in purchasing a finished tin? Head over to my store where I have some listed for sale.

How to alter a metal tin

Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

 

How to Make a Winter Mini Canvas

I’m over on the Rinea Blog with a project. How to Make a Winter Mini Canvas. For the Rinea blog it is called: “Bringing Snowflakes Inside”. A fun little 3 by 3 canvas filled with lots of Rinea foil snowflakes. Make sure you hop over and read the blog.

How to Make a Winter Mini Canvas

Items used:
3 by 3 inch Mini Canvas
Brutus Monroe: Snowflakes from Oh Deer and Holiday Sentiments and Alabaster Pigment Ink
Spellbinders Snowflakes
Tim Holtz Vagabond
Snowflake Paper Punch
Glitter Martha Stewart
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist: True Turquoise and Sapphire
Adhesive Tech glue
Flat Paint Brush
Heat Tool
Self adhesive Rhinestones
Easel

Video of the whole process.

It is a fun little project on a cold winters day. How to Make a Winter Mini Canvas is sure to make you smile.

Feel free to ask questions I’m always glad to help.

How to Make a Winter Mini Canvas

Free Jewelry JIC with Linda Israel

Free Jewelry JIC with Linda Israel, I’m having a give away.

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This ring will be given away Monday Jan 9th.

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Here is how to enter to win. Go to my JIC store. Set up a customer account. Then go to the the youtube video and leave a comment that you have signed up. That simple. No purchase necessary.

Are you ready for some Free Jewelry JIC with Linda Israel? Then make sure to go to my store and then the youtube video. You could be a winner!

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You have nothing to lose. Please go create and create an account today. Then enter to win on my youtube channel.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Jewelry In Candles: My new addiction

Jewelry In Candles: My new addiction, it can be yours too!

I’ve recently been introduced to a new product Jewelry In Candles and I’m in love!

What do I love about this Company and the products. They sell soy wax candles and tarts with jewelry! The scents are wonderful, they last a very long time. The jewelry is beautiful and they come out with new promotions every month.

Becomming an independant representative was so easy! It was only $99 to get jic_starter_kit-800x600started and I got so much prodcut plus the online webstore! The company ships internationally!

JIC Representative Starter Kit – A $200+ Value!

(This offer valid for new reps only, active reps will not see price break. Coupons/vouchers not valid on this promotion.)

Kit Includes:

  • (3) Candles
  • (5) Tarts
  • (20) Scent Samples
  • (25) 2015 Catalogs
  • (5) Host Rewards brochures
  • (2) Body Butter flyers
  • (1) Order Form
  • (1) Personal Online Ecommerce Store

** Candles, Tarts and Scent Samples are chosen from our Top Sellers and most popular scents of the season. Note: Scents displayed in photo do not reflect actual scents delivered.

I get to earn lots of free stuff! I get to choose my hours, how ard I want to work and at the same time I get to play with the wonderful scents and jewelry!

These make great gifts. Birthday gifts for those that seem to have everything, well here is something unique that will be a fun surprise when they melt the candle or tart! Start writing your Christmass gift list and ordering, the friends and family, coworkers, teachers, church staff all those people that you want to give a token of appreciation to at Christmass time. You can do it with Jewelry in Candles. There are even scents for men and jewelry for men!

My store is open twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. The orders take about 3 buisness days to process and are shipped prority mail in the USA. So take a few moments to take a look and place your order today. If you have questions you can contact me here.

I look forward to serving as your Independant Representative with Jewelry in Candles. I know you will fall in love with the products just like I have!

Linda Israel

JIC Independant Representative

How to Strip and Remain a Lady

While the men in our lives would love to see a “strip show” that isn’t what this article is about. Instead, It’s about How to Strip quilt. I’ve made a few and here is my experience.

I’m sharing my experience with Strip quilting.

A couple of months ago I went to Threads of Tradition in Yukon, OK to purchase some fabric and while I was there.3 yard Pattern QuiltRocky one of the wonderful ladies that works there asked me if I picked up the pattern for the 3 yard quilt. I had not, so Rocky and then Ann started showing me examples and explaining the very simple instructions. I did a quick search on the internet and the original pattern was from Wood Valley Designs. Rocky and Ann made a photocopy of the pattern they had and I went home to sew…

How to Strip pattern tells you to buy 1 yard of each fabric. I started to do the math and decided that I really didn’t need a full yard of each fabric and began pulling fabric from my stash to make the first quilt. The fabrics I wanted to use were pieces that were left over from other projects or fabrics that I bought because they were a remnant or on sale. I quickly realized that I didn’t have enough of one of the fabrics, but I really liked the combination I had come up with so I did some more digging in my stash and found a piece of black fabric that I could cut into eight 1 1/4 inch strips. I was in business. The light pink flower fabric I cut into 2-inch strips. The other two fabrics I had enough to cut the correct size.

Once I had all of the fabrics cut I laid them out in the order to be sewn on my cutting table and took my time sewing each strip together since I had altered the pattern a little. I didn’t want to mess this up!

It didn’t take me very long to finish the top of this quilt! I was so excited that I started pulling fabric making piles of three so I could make more. Now I have made a dozen quilt tops! These are going to be most of the Christmas presents I give out this year. I like the size of this lap quilt. It is perfect for taking on a car trip, to sit on the sofa and cuddle with your pet or even at the office to lay on your lap. I’ve gotten lots of compliments on my little quilts. I hope you enjoy stripping too. Just be careful when you tell your husband or friends, hey I’m going stripping… They may not understand…

My hope is that you enjoyed this blog about How to Strip. Please feel free to share with your friends. And do come back and visit again.

Linda Israel, DTM
Artist, and New Quilter