Spring Flowers Coffee Tin Decor

I love all sorts of flowers, they just send me to a happy place.  I especially like to have a bunch of flowers sat on my kitchen window ledge while I am washing the dishes!

I drink a lots of coffee, but I decided to put some of my empty tins to good use with the So Mod Gingham digital papers.  It is fair to say that I love ALL the digital paper packs in the Pazzles Craft Room as there are so many ways you can use them in your paper crafting projects.

Firstly, I measured my coffee tin and created a rectangle using the exact measurements to create my wrap around the tin in my InVue software.  I then imported my yellow gingham paper and used the rectangle to create an image crop of the wrap.  I printed from within my software and then used a paper trimmer to cut along the straight edges.

I then cut a couple of flowers from the Summer Blossom digital paper packBlossom 4. I resized them and omitted the centre for the flower. I inked the edges and curled them to give some definition.  I cut a strip of yellow cardstock and curled it up using a quilling tool and adhered it to the centre of my flower.

I also cut some leaves from the Island Flower Bunch.  I deleted all the smaller inside pieces and just resized and cut the outline.  I arranged them behind my flower.

This home décor item has all sorts of other uses such as a pencil pot and storage for makeup brushes.  The combination of the gingham papers and flowers can dress up a multitude of home décor items.  If necessary you could apply an acrylic sealer to protect the gingham paper.

Have fun. x

See Our So Mod Gingham Digital Paper Pack

Become a Member!

By becoming a subscriber to Pazzles Craft Room you will have access to this project as well as hundreds of other projects, thousands of cutting files, and so much more!

Get Pazzles Craft Room!

Join Now for only $19.95!

Buy Now!

Purchase this project now and get it in SVG, WPC, and AI formats.




Leave a comment