March 29, 2016

Spring Floral Tin Snippets

These new Tin Snippets components were crafted yesterday and are now available in my webstore.  I cut this tin from the lid of a gorgeous tin candle that I got at Pottery barn! These are from the lid, but I have to burn down the entire candle before I can get the rest of the tin ready to cut! I hope it doesn't take too long, but it is a large candle (3 wick- though so maybe it will burn down quicker!)

I fell in love with Spring floral motif of the printed tin. It's so beautiful and perfect for the season!







12 comments:

  1. Those are gorgeous! Thanks for sacrificing your candle lid for us!

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  3. Duh I finally figured out something I can do with these after looking in your store, I wasn't sure of their size or what the edges were like. Plus a sale today! But... sold out, oh rats. Are you making more? Thanks!

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    1. Julie, I will be making more but I have to wait till the candle burns down so I can cut up the tin! :) It might be a little bit before I get more made in this pattern. I will try to make some more toggles for the shop in other colors/patterns.

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    2. Thank you! I finally figured out that they are not as big as I thought they were.
      I will keep an eye on your store. Thank you for the sale, it helps my very pathetic Canadian dollar. Get burning LOL

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  4. These are so dreamy! I would have had a hard time giving them up. Hope that candle is burning bright. I always love your jewelry designs with your tin snippets!

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  5. So cool and creative!!

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  6. So cool and creative!!

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  7. Very beautiful work .... it's a pleasure to *discover* your blog.
    Great beadiness going on over here ;>))

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  8. Love these! Gorgeous pattern! Pottery barn candle .... Win win...an enjoyable candle and recyclable material!

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  9. So pretty and perfect for spring!

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