Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Altering at Tuesday Taggers

Hi Everyone! Here is my latest project for Tuesday Taggers. One of my friends gets through a fair few of these mints that come in little tins and donated me a pile of them. I'm a bit out of my comfort zone with altering, so I'm afraid it isn't altered much! I used mustard seed and broken china distress inks to get that shade of green. The stamps are all Craftwork Cards 'Botanicals' except for the butterfly  which is a hero arts one. I added tulip paint, stickles and white gel pen to jazz it up a bit. I will try a few more of these soon, and maybe get a bit more adventurous!
Thanks for looking, and do pop over and look at the fab projects my talented teamies have come up with!


Clare said...

This looks fantastic. I love the stamps you have used.
Clare x

Fliss said...

Sally this is absolutely beautiful. I love the colours you used.
You must do more of this!!

Anonymous said...

Ohhhh Sally this is clever, beautiful and i soooo want that tin lol , seriously its very beautiful my friend
hugs June xxxx

craftimamma said...

I think you've done a lovely job of altering this tin Sally. It's really beautiful!

Lesley Xx

Teri said...

Out of your comfort zone?? NA - don't believe you!!
This is wonderful hun - I love it!
Teri xx

Anonymous said...

I thinnk youve done a beautiful job on this tin...just enough altering in my eyes!

pinky said...

May not seem much to you mrs but to me its a piece of art, love the blend of colours and that gorgeous stamp.

Francesca said...

Very pretty ,love the colours

brenda said...

It's devine Sally, wonderful artwork.

And a theme I can cope with this week I think.

B x

Tracy said...

Hi Sally,
I must say this is beautiful, the image and colours are gorgeous. I wouldn't know where to start, do you have to prepare the surface for the distress inks?
Happy crafting
Tracy x

chris said...

Hello My Darlin
Ooh arrh me likes very much Sally.
hugs chris xx

Sally H said...

Thanks for the lovely comments. Tracy, I cut a piece of card the same size as the top and stuck it on, applying distress inks to that.

Michelle said...

It looks pretty adventurous to me Sally, and totally gorgeous!
x Michelle

Carolands said...

Lovely tin, beautiful colours - I love altering things, but also have to have some reason for its use after, too practical:)

Milena said...

Oh how very beautiful! I love the colours and what a gorgeous vintage feel the tin has :) Most jealous!

Lesley said...

Beautiful tin Sally and my favourite colour too! xx

Simply Shaz said...

Sally this is beautiful!
Don't know where you get the 'it's not altered much from' ?? It looks perfectly altered to me :)
Can't wait to see more of the tins :)
Shaz x

Grenouille Greetings said...

Well I think this is fabulous! Absolutely brilliant! Warmest wishes, Lesley

Lesley said...

Lovely altering! Fabulous use of colour. All the elements fit together really well.
Lesley x

Chris said...

Oooh Sally you have done a great job of altering your tin it's absolutely beautiful!!
Chris xx

Chris said...

Oooh Sally you have done a great job of altering your tin it's absolutely beautiful!!
Chris xx