Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Beanz mean a tin!

Or in Linda's case, it means Tim Holtz, Flower Power stamps, grungepaper and the Bind-it-All machine. I just love what she has done with the mean bean tin.. sorry for the pun!

Linda is part of my Creative Team and is extremely creative, so if you have never seen her blog pop over and say hi.
I am busy up to my eyes, swimming in rubber , making new stamps for you, which will be released next weekend! In the meantime, don't forget the blog candy, where with the help of a tin, you could make your own mean tin!
Hugs till the next time

10 comments:

Sid said...

This tin is really super and you can't say that they are a rare art material, can you?

Clare (Littlebear) said...

Wow, this is fantastic. Beans on toast for tea to get some new crafting materials!
Clare xx

Laura said...

Great make. Very creative. Great colours.

crafty creations said...

Wow that is an amazing transormation - off to have a closer look

x Hilda

Hels said...

Is it rubbish? Well, it would have bean if our Linda hadn't gone and worked magic on this old tin to make it SU-BLINKIN-PERB!!!! Fab tin, I nnnnneeeeeed to own one of these!!!

Nicks said...

aewsome, Love the colours, will go blog hopping!

Katharine said...

What a good idea,I am going straight to the dust bin to find that bean tin we had on Sunday!

Julie Ranae said...

Love the look of this project...you never know what you are gonna create with the oddest of materials!

Karin said...

Love this, what a fantastic piece of recycling.

Katharine said...

It is a getting a bit unhealthy in this household eating lots of beans for the tins! Keep up the ideas girls.