Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Recycled Tin

Hello. When I finished the chicken stock in this tin I decided it would be a perfect size for my copics so I decided to recycle it. I have covered the tin and lid with 7Gypsies papers and added lots of bling and ribbons. I coloured the Milton & Co image with my copics.. I am entering this in MIM-Anything goes..Loz



19 comments:

  1. Wonderful transformation and a great storage for your copics! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  2. wowww this is adorable...I want this too LOL..cute Teddy and the flower...great creation LOZ...

    I see your creation on Make It Monday, my card is number 15, if you would like to see it on my blog and I would be glad if you would like to leave me some love...hugs, Monika

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  3. Saw your beautiful creation at MiM and just had to come over to see the details -- what a great project!
    hugs, Rita

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  4. Loz, that is such a great idea. You did a wonderful job and that lace is gorgeous. Saw your beautiful creation at MIM.

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  5. I do like what you have done with this tin. Seen on MIM

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  6. Great project Loz, love your altered can - great new use too. Saw it on MIM. Deb

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  7. This is fantastic!!! What a great way to recycle and it turned out absolutely gorgeous!!! Saw you on MIM!!

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  8. Terrific recycling project! I'm visiting from Make It Monday.

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  9. Wow Loz what a fantastic idea, it's absolutely beautiful, Saw it at MIM.

    Hugs Julie xxx

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  10. Great idea Loz but I see the tin is full so you will have to hurry up and finish another to put more copics in. You can never have too many.
    Saw this on MIM.
    Hugs
    Margaret M

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  11. Great idea, Loz! Wonderful way to recycle those cans!! Saw it on Make It Monday!
    Hugs
    Darcy

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  12. This is a wonderful idea! Very useful too!
    xxx Asha - Sunny Summer Crafts

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  13. Wow! Who'd have guessed how your lovely copics container started life! It looks fabulous, such a lovely thing to have on your workdesk! Saw you on MIM!
    Chris
    x

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  14. My goodness this is lovely, what a good idea lucky Copics. !!! xx

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  15. I saw this over at MIM and think it is great, all that lovely work and imagination Good Luck. xx

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  16. Absolutely gorgeous, this would be useful for so many things! Copics, chocolate!

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  17. Spotted this on MIM, what a fab idea! Love it!
    Mandy x

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  18. Way to go, Loz... this is amazing! Great job of recycling... and SO beautiful!
    I saw your project at MIM!

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  19. Love your altered can Loz! Thanks for joining us at Make It Monday.

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