Altered Coffee Tin…

Sep 12, 2008

Dur­ing the hol­i­day sea­son I love to give Ans­ley’s friends and guests a lit­tle some­thing to take home before they leave. It is nev­er any­thing big just a lit­tle hol­i­day can­dy or home­made treat. Since I have a seri­ous addic­tion to this cof­fee… I have LOADS of tins on hand. So I decid­ed to start alter­ing them for the hol­i­day sea­son in hopes of get­ting a jump start on the hol­i­days. We will see if it hap­pens. At least I do have good inten­tions. This counts for some­thing… right? You can use rubons to place their names on the tin or leave them blank and hand write their name as shown.

Prod­ucts Used: Cut­tle­bug Emboss­ing Fold­er — Script, My Lit­tle Yel­low Bicy­cle Christ­mas Mag­ic Col­lec­tion - Rib­bon Stripe, Mak­ing Mem­o­ries Ledger Paper, Maya Road Sheer Blos­som, Vel­vet Pleat Blos­soms, Vel­vet Pleat Blos­soms — Red & Orange, Felt Bead­ed Blos­soms — Brown & Cream, Green Pom Pom Trim, Jonathan Rubons, Col­or­Box Flu­id Chalk Ink — Creamy Brown, Ranger Alco­hol Inks — Gin­ger & Lat­te, Melis­sa Frances Vin­tage Trans­fers — Hol­i­days, Hei­di Swapp Bling Bor­ders, Red & White Bak­ers Twine, But­tons and Green Tulle

Mea­sure­ments: Rib­bon Stripe is 2 3/8″ x 12″, MM Ledger 1 1/4″ x 12″ the paper is just a tad bit short so you will need to cov­er this with either a strip of paper, rib­bon or but­tons in order to hide the sec­tion where the papers don’t meet up all the way. For this rea­son start attach­ing your papers from the mid­dle back sec­tion.

PDF tem­plate for top of lid.

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