Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Tin Anniversary

It's our 10th wedding anniversary today and as the traditional gift for 10 years is tin there was really only one way I could go with the card! 

I hand cut my tin from a sheet of thin metal I've had for longer than we've been married and used an embossing tool to score some lines into it from behind.

For the tin label I drew the shape and then cut it 3 times from white, red and blue going a tiny bit bigger each time so create layers.  I used red white and blue to fit the theme over at less is more this week - the colours of my flag.

I die cut the letters from MFT's Little Letters Dienamics in blue and a Lawn Fawn Heart in red - I die cut that 3 times for dimension and added a layer of glossy accents to finish it.   It needed something dark to stop the tin blending into the white base card so I added a layer in blue cut to size and embossed with the largest die in Lil' Inker Designs Silly Stitched set which just embosses the wonky lines.

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  1. Absolutely loving this design! Using real tin was inspired and so eye catching. Happy anniversary to you and Rick - hope you have a wonderful day! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

  2. Happy Anniversary to you both Tara and love your take on our 'flag colour' challenge. Unique, fun and bold. Thanks for joining us at Less is More this week.


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