Monday, September 9, 2013

Tombow Blog Hop with Tifany DeGough

Welcome to Tombow's Blog Hop with Tifany DeGough! Today I am sharing a mini album in an Altoid box. This is the box decorated. "My photos" was created on the computer and then printed onto colored cardstock. The "P" was created on the computer, printed on the backside of patterned paper and then cut out. The papers were adhered to the tin with Mono Adhesive Dots Stamp Runner and Mono Glue Stick.

I cut patterened paper to fit inside the tin and accordian folded it. Here is one side.

Here is the backside. Now it is ready to just add photos.

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Next up on the hop is the super talented Melissa Cash!

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  1. What a fun project! I love the size of it and the little pockets!

  2. Great project and I love the papers you used.

  3. Sooooo cute!!! I have an altoid container in my purse - I need to do this!!!!

  4. Really cute tin album.
    Lovely colors used.
    Carla from Utah

  5. Your Altoid tin mini album is adorable! Love your choice of papers and embellishments.

  6. Love this idea--would make the perfect gift too.

  7. I just love this project. I am wondering what size the tin is so I can go looking....Very inspiring!

    Thank you for sharing your talents!
    Life is good with kReN @

  8. I have always wanted to alter an altoid tin. Thanks for the inspiration!!! Great Job!!!

  9. This is so lovely - thanks for the inspiration!

  10. Love this idea! I have a few tins and no idea of what to do with them! Really cool!!
    TFS!! Take Care!!

  11. What an adorable idea. I have a few small tins - I see some gifts in someone's future.

  12. Very cool. How clever of you to print the letter on the back of printed paper. Definitely going to try that. Great fussy cutting. Thanks so much.

  13. Adorable!!! I love the idea with the altoid boxes-my daughter has saved bunches of them!
    Thank you for the idea.