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May 26, 2011

Immortal Love Altered Tin

Hi! Its me Lisa from The Cuttle Fairies Express, today I will be altering a tin from Stampin Up using paper from the Immortal Love paper stack.
I really had no idea what I should post today... But this project just popped into my head....

I just fell in love with this paper as soon as it was released!!! (Yes I am a Twilight fan!) I wanted to do something different other then a card or altered notebook, which I have been doing a lot of lately.

So this is what I came up with.

I just love the red and black! Which also matches my craft room! By far my favorite colors! The flower where is a black zipper flower, the red flower is a Tim Holtz style mini flower... if I had more time I would have dipped it into UTEE, then I added a red and black feather.

I finished it with Prima bling (colored red with a Copic marker) and the a metal heart embellishment. I also but pearl Glimmer mist on both the front and back of the tin to give it more sparkle.

Thanks Pam for giving me this chance to be a guest designer, and thank you to everyone is taking time to look at this post. I just loved the way it came out!


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