Here it is the finished lunch tin. White acrylic paint with cranberry reinker sponged onto lunch tin. Leaves stamped while paint was wet which removed the paint and left the white leaves. I let this dry then stamped cranberry leaves next to the white leaves so it looked like a ghost affect. I wiped the stamp each time after I stamped so the paint didn't go into the ink pad. I sprayed this with an acrylic sealant then applied the ribbon and card stock. I've never seen stamping on tins before, but it was a quick, easy way to get a great looking gift! Anyone out there ever seen this technique before on lunch tins?
Date: Sunday, September 17, 2006 GMT Views: 648