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lost & found bin

Yield:  1 vignette tray (free standing)
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Distress Walnut Stain; Distress Oxide Iced Spruce
  • Paint – Distress Black Soot, Brushed Pewter, Fossilized Amber, Ground Espresso, Iced Spruce, Picket Fence
  • Other – Collage Medium (matte)
Dry Ingredients:
  • Cardstock – Metallic Kraft Stock
  • Hardware – Hex Fasteners, Letterpress, Mini Hardware Pulls, Nail Heads, Numeric, Vignette Base, Vignette Box, Vignette Tray (small)
  • Other – Design Tape (collector, elementary, travel)
  • Stamps – Block Upper (foam)














 #8 tags - (experiments) i've started, and yet to finish 
& ones that use up inks and paints from my craft sheet 


Stacy Hutchinson said...

Seriously, LOVE! 🖤 Love everything about it, and those tags!!!!! Love them and that they were from found inks and paints BRILLIANT! 😱 You ROCK!! 🖤

Kaz Hall said...

Wow!!ove love love that rustic steel look, so clever! Another awesome make vicki!

Kathi said...

Wow. Fabulous project. Thanks for sharing all those step-out photos!

Hetty said...

OMG what a great project. Love it!

JoanneGib said...

So clever, love it,

Jennalee Anderson said...

Wow!! This is a genius idea!! Love the faux metal bits!!

Ldybg93 said...

Mouth still hanging open - that's awesome!

Lisa H said...

super cool!! what a great idea for a place to stash your tags.

Redanne said...

This is such an incredible creation, you have managed to make it look like it was created from burnished tin - wow!!

Jackie P Neal said...

Wow! Super clever and oh so genius!
Love your lost and found- and love that you share your steps!
Jackie ")

Anne (cornucopia) said...

I love the vintage look to this. Well done.

Kim Evans said...

I think my favourite part was your perfectly made faux metal drawer with handle. It looks so real and not made of paper!