Sunday, February 6, 2011

TOOTH FAIRY TINS

Today I got a chance to take some photos of the work in progress with Tooth Fairy Tins.


The tins 2 inch aluminum round clear and organza 4inch x 6 inch were bought on Ebay. They came from the USA and UK with no bother.

I bought the digi download from Whimsie Doodles boy and girl. Again no bother easy enough to download and re size for my project.

I used index cards 5 inch x 8 inch . Printed, cut in half, trimmed with Martha Stewart punch (for girls) and pinking scissors (for boys - not shown in this photo)

I printed out the poem and Lost a tooth to fit the 2inch punch.

Again I printed out girl and boy fairy, coloured and then sprayed with crafter's companion spray and sparkle multicolour ( silver would do just fine too)
Began to assemble the tins.
Completed bags again. I have an assembly line going on these at the moment. Hope to sell lots at fair in March.

6 comments:

  1. Wow, you do have an assembly line going on there.
    The tins look terrific too.
    I've never seen or heard of that spray you used.
    I must go have a look at the shops over here.

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  2. I love these, Anne - so many people will want them, I'm sure.

    I've left you a little something on my blog!

    Julie x

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  3. These are darling. I have never seen this idea, the whole package is just perfect. Bet they sell like hot cakes.

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  4. Love your tooth fairy containers!!!

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  5. Hi, my grandchildren have fallen in love with your tins and want me to make them one each. I have purchased the digi stamps, but having trouble finding the containers. Is it a certain make I need to look for on eBay. Many thanks

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  6. Hi, my grandchildren have fallen in love with your tooth fairy tins. I have purchased the digi stamps, but having problems trying to find the tins. Is it a certain make I need to look for on eBay?
    Many thanks

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Thank you so much for your kind comment.

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