Here is my second lunchbox tin. This one I did with all Stampin' Up! products so I could demo it or just take it to workshops to carry my samples. It is hard to tell in the photo, but I put clear micro beads on the center of the large flower on the front to give it a little sparkle.
Date: Friday, March 31, 2006 GMT Views: 3329
Registered: March 30, 2006 Location: At the end of a dead end dirt road, in the middle of no where in Minnesota! Posts: 18916
Fri, Mar 31, 2006 @ 7:47 PM
I have been to 2 classes now for making these....one used a large Xyron sticker maker to adhere the paper and the other used 'red' tape.
This one is very pretty!
Would you do this at a SU workshop? Or do you think it would be too much?
Awesome idea though taking your samples in it to workshops.
Registered: December 31, 2005 Location: Gainesville, FL Posts: 442
Fri, Mar 31, 2006 @ 8:25 PM
Answers to a few questions posted:
1) On this particular one I used sticky strip to adhere the paper, but in the future I plan to use Xyron. Sticky strip holds well, but I would prefer to have the entire piece of paper adhered to the tin rather than just where the sticky strip is to avoid wrinkles and accidental tears.
2) I would like to do a class on these later if I can drum up enough interest, but it would be a 2 hours paid class, not a true "workshop". These do take some time to put together and are somewhat expensive considering you would have to supply the tin, pack of paper, embellishments, and adhesive. My customers don't seem to want to pay more than $10 for classes, so I am not sure if I will ever do one or not. I think most people have been charging around $30 or more for this type of class.
Thanks for looking and commenting! :)
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