My friend Raquel saw all the tins I have been making and she wanted me to do one for her too. She chose the tin and paper. I'll tell you what? I will never do a circle tin again. Normally a tin takes me an hour. This tin took me almost 3 hours! Crazy!
I have had a few people pm me and ask how I get the paper to fit so nicely around these lids. It's actually several different peices. I cut a peice to fit the top and then I adhere that. And then I cut peices to fit the side of the lid just slightly taller then what is needed. and then I modgepodge that down little by little so that it lays nicely pressing over the edge as I go.
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 GMT Views: 638
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Wed, Sep 20, 2006 @ 12:56 AM
I actually don't know the brand because I used every last inch of the paper. But I got it at hobby lobby.
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