Friday, July 15, 2011

Dollar Find Friday with Karen

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Hi everyone!  It's been so much fun creating little things for you while I was Trendsetter of the Week and I hope you enjoyed my projects as well.  I'm finishing off my week with Dollar Find Friday and I think you'll like this one as much as I did!  My dollar find comes from my favorite dollar shopping store - Target.  You know, the Target dollar spot?  Yep.  My kids had fun shopping there with me too! 
I found this tin bank canister and I'm all about altering tins, so I grabbed it and threw it in my cart (along with Pop Rocks, Alien Goo, a squishy ball, and some plastic bowls - got to love that $ Spot!)

I covered the tin in some old SU! paper and then added some accents and elements from Out of This World.
I started by stamping the moon 3 times in Memento Tuxedo Black and colored it with Copic Markers.  I cut each moon out and glued it to the canister and then added more images from the same set - the space man, the alien, and the space ship. 
The planets and stars border I added to the rim of the lid is also a stamp that I colored with Copics.  Such a sweet bank for a little boy and next time we go to the $ Spot, my son can pay for MY goodies.  haha! 

Have a fantastic Friday and thanks for stopping by -
Karen

recipe -
stamps: out of this world
paper: choice snow white (taylored expressions), retired patterned paper (su! - can't seem to remember the name)
ink: memento tuxedo black
accessories: circle nestabilities (spellbinders), copic markers, hobby blade, foam tape

6 comments:

  1. Awesome job altering that tin, it's adorable!

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  2. A great project. I love buying things from those shops and creating something pritty with them.

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  3. Fantastic! I'm off to the dollar spot..one for me to alter and one each for my boys who LOVE P&F.

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  4. So cute and awesome. Thanks for sharing.

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