Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Revamped biscuit tin


Take one biscuit tin from the Lake District. Eat the biscuits. Then the fun begins... this was a real last-minute job the night before my Mini Catalogue launch. Yes, back in April! I’ve only just found the pic and realised I haven’t posted it on my blog.

I just covered the tin with paper from the Sweet Pea stack and added a ruffle of ribbon attached to a strip of paper. It doesn't need much because this gorgeous paper does all the hard work for you! 

Paper: Sweet Pea Paper Stack
Accessories: Satin ribbon – Old Olive, ¼” Grosgrain Ribbon - Chocolate Chip

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5 comments:

  1. This is so cute and you would never know you started with a tin under there.

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  2. What a great idea! I love love love the ruffle you added.

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  3. This is lovely, it's always satisfying to use something that could get thrown out for crafting!

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  4. Wow, recycling! And done so cleverly. Lake District is such a pretty area to live in. I love the subtle colours on your box. What did you do on the lid?

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  5. Oh, very cute! I especially like the ruffled ribbon.

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