Hi Denise~I've posted a floral arrangement in a tea tin on our blog, Rosemary's Sampler that my sister creates for sale. Just another way to use those old tea tins. Your series has indeed been enjoyable!Nancy
Oh dear... now that I look over your past posts, I see it's an idea you already included! Oh well!Nancy
Yes, it was a good series - nice to get so many ideas for putting our empty tea tins to use.
I'm planning to try the candle idea, tho with beeswax. I'll let you know how it goes!
OK... how about a pencil holder?Nancy
I remember from a long time ago a photo display: using 3 round and/or square covers of tea tins, gluing a corresponding picture on each one. Then the 3 framed pictures were spaced and glued on a length of 2 inch wide black velvet ribbon, square on top, triangular at bottom, tassel added. Thanks for the ideas, the notebook is my favorite.Kris
Nancy, glad you enjoyed the series and thanks for the pencil holder idea! parTealady and Steph, keep us posted on your projects/ideas! And Kris, thank you for visiting and sharing a neat tea tin idea!
How about if I just share what I'd *like* to make? A few years back, Mary Engelbreit's Home Companion featured an artist who made TEACUPS out of old tin she cut with (tin shears? is that what they're called?). Anyway, wouldn't it be cool to see one made entirely from the tin pieces from tea tins!
Angela, That sounds neat ... actually, stay tuned for tomorrow's post. You may be surprised!
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