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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

An Altoids Tin is "REBORN" for Ink Stains 5th Anniversary Altered Altoids Tin Art Festival & Blog Hop!



WELCOME!!! Thanks for joining me helping my Altered Diva and friend Roni Johnson of "ink stains" in celebrating her five year blogiversary... altering altoid tins. I was so excited to be invited to participate in this special celebration because I too am a crafty hoarder  and love to artfully upcycle anything and everything!

Here is my altered tin - bringing spring and rebirth back to this empty tin box using one of my favorite rubber stamps a flower headed ostrich!

"Life is Precious!"



Please click the squares below to jump to all the stops on the hop. Special thanks everyone who is participating - please be sure to leave everyone some blog love {comments}...we love hearing from all of you! Enjoy :) Sb




13 comments:

  1. Very Very Very beautiful! Love where your muse brought you!!!

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  2. Love your fun plant life display! Looks like your muse enjoys the fun of it all! TFS!
    Janj #3

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  3. I love your tin - especially the saying. The butterfly really stands out nicely! Isn't Roni great! I made my first ATCs for the swap she hosted and now my first altered tin. Yep, she's helping me stretch my wings!

    Kay #12

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  4. This is so cool Susan! That ostrich is just too funny!! I love it :) The saying is perfect! I am so happy you could join in the fun.

    Thank you so much for helping me celebrate this very fun milestone!

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  5. I'm not much of a stamper, but I really, really love what you have done with this tin. You pair stamps perfectly. Very inspirational.

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  6. Very creative. Your tin is so much fun.

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  7. You did a nice job on your tin.

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  8. Cute, cute tin! I'm altered tin junkie! And can't wait to see all the ones displayed.

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  9. Susan, as always out of the box thinking! This is intriguing and inspiring!

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  10. Oh my word! LOL! What a fabulously quirky tin, love the flower headed ostrich ;0)

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  11. What a fun and whimsical tin you created!! Love flower head ostrich... always better to stick your head in a big flower than the dirt...LOL! Sorry for the late visit for the hop, but I was away on vacation last week when the hop posted and I'm catching up now on visiting everyone!

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