I drink a lot of tea, love the stuff so I usually have one or two of these around the flat:
What to do with all that lovely cardboard? What to do? What to do? Oh I know! Make jewellery!
Of course and it fits so perfectly with The Altered Element's theme this month which is:
I've made a little bezel pendant from my tea box and re-purposed a safety pin as well for extra recycling-ness!
If you look closely at the pedant you might be able to spot some embossing and I've used Acrylic paint to give it a metallic look and extra texture with a lighter colour smoothed into the embossing. I added a layer of glossy accents in the centre and a touch of Tim Holtz Ranger Rock Candy crackle paint on the raised edges.
The chess and bingo pieces are from the Creative Expressions Vintage games stamp kit and have been coloured with Tim Holtz Range distress inks.
The safety pin has been distressed and then sealed with Mod Podge. By the way you can get lovely brass chains and bits and pieces from the Vintaj Natural Brass Co. section at The Altered Element if you haven't found it already.
Oh and I would like to thank my model Mini Manikin!
Enjoy your day. Catch you later.