More Round Tins.

I mentioned a while ago that I bought two bead storage units, which I made into tiny tins of decoration.  The 24-tins size affords more area for using larger, bulkier embellishments, while this 40-tins unit is more compact.  The reduced size calls for simpler and smaller elements but when you look at the whole lot together, the sheer number makes a different sort of impact.  And I couldn’t decide which size I like more, that’s why I bought them both…

Here’s the 40-tins one, made and gifted to a friend for her engagement:

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It is such a good way to use up paper scraps, bits and pieces, charms and trinkets!


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