Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Lunchbox Tin

A friend of mine asked me to make a lunchbox tin for a boy. Now I find boys much harder to make for than girls, but I think it turned out OK.

The tin is by Provocraft and can be found or ordered from most local scrap stores. I've used Stampin Up's Outlaw designer paper (currently available in the Australian Catalogue), choosing two co-ordinating papers, one for the top (including the lid) and the stripe for the bottom. I've used the small and large tag punches for the tag hanging off the handle, one in Chocolate Chip, the other in Very Vanilla. The star is from "Toy Box" that I've stamped in Sage Shadow and popped up, the 'c' is from "Tidy Alphabet" which has been stamped in Close to Cocoa. Both of these sets are now retired. The name on the front has been stamped with Headline Alphabet (now retired) in Close to Cocoa on Very Vanilla, cut out and popped with pop dots.
Stamps - Headline Alphabet, Tidy Alphabet, Toy Box
Paper - Outlaw Designer Paper
Ink - Close to Cocoa, Sage Shadow
Accessories - Twine, Chocolate grosgrain ribbon, pop dots.
Thanks for visiting! :)

1 comment:

Jamie Martin said...

Love this box, the colors and papers are wonderful :)


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