Snapshot at 30 minutes
Snapshot at 1 hour
This little image is tucked inside a Sucrets coughdrop tin. The "In Good Time" portion is finished. It took me twice as long as I had anticipated to complete the image inside. However, I decided to keep going. I drilled holes in the top and bottom stringing ribbon for a kitchen window ornament. I covered the words on the tin with medium gel and paper and adhered a flower photo to the front. The directions on the back "For temporary relief of occasional minor irritations..." seemed perfect! I modified the text, stamped my letters, glued and was done!
Final front & back - finished at 3 hours
this is adorable! i guess this was part of challenge on doing something in a short amount of time????? Very creative and clever! Thank you for your comments on my blog.....they are always really appreciated! Linda
clever idea! now i'm digging my old tin to turn it into new art.
These could make great Christmas tree ornaments too! It's like a present hanging among the branches.
An artist, named Penny Baugh, was my inspiration.
This is so cool! I love it! and I remember taking sucrets all the time as a kid. This must be small. I am not good at working that small. I love the bird and flowers. Wow; really great job. (can you tell I like it?:)
That is really cute!
I love this tiny little tin of happiness and cheer! The bird is delightful and what a great idea to hang it as a window jewel!
Love the color combination.
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