Friday, January 31, 2014

Caught In The Act - Layout

Sometimes you get lucky and catch daily life in pictures that makes a great layout. That was the case for this layout.

I am always telling my daughter "don't feed that to Lucy" as I don't like her having much human food and one evening I was sitting at my craft desk, as I am most evenings *okie thinks every evening* and my daughter came in with a hamburger and french fries after work. She sat in the chair and of course Lucy had to sit with her. Once again I had told her "don't give that to Lucy".

Out the corner of my eye I saw french fries sneakingly being given to Lucy. I quickly grabbed my camera and as I pointed the camera I yelled "Caught Y'all" and the look on their faces was priceless!

The shading on the cuts really made a huge difference on how they looked. I wish I would have cut a few more sesame seeds for the hamburger bun but what's done is done...and it is done.

You can download the MTC file here:

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Sailing Away - Layout

I have so many pictures to scrap that if I even began to think about them all I would likely have a panic attack and completely give up, as I mentioned yesterday, I don't scrap in order and that might be one reason I don't! This is a layout of me and BFF Karen getting ready to sail away on our cruise last year.

I kept trying to decide what type of papers to use for this layout and looked through several different ones before deciding on Basic Grey Phoebe collection. I decided it didn't need to be nautical themed it just  needed to be something I liked to look at and this collection was it for me.

Here is a close up of the life preserver and the anchor cut. I added some mounting foam on the life preserver and this set the rope cuts off a little bit but not bad enough to really notice or matter.

I know I have some friends who have been on cruises so I am offering the file for the layout that includes all the cuts.

Download File:

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Graduation Layout

I am quite ashamed to admit that this layout is my daughter's high school graduation layout and she graduated in 2010! I have told ya'll I don't scrap in any certain order but prefer to scrap what I am in the mood to do at the time and I think this totally proves it!

I actually didn't use any machine cuts on this layout and opted to focus on adding more pictures than more decoration. It was hard to narrow down the pictures but I chose the ones that I thought would mean the most to my daughter. I did use some big silver chipboard letters that I obtained several years ago.

The main decoration is the flowers around the journaling block. I did add a few brads that were graduation theme for flower centers and then one on the journaling area. Not sure if you can see them but there are two that are diploma's and two that are graduation caps.

In order to dress up the pictures I did a double mount and then used various photo corners. I also pop dotted a few of the pictures to help add dimension.

This layout seemed to take me forever and I think it was from trying to decide on what photos to use then double mounting them and then adding photo corners. It is a simple layout but I do like it and when I showed it to my daughter a beaming smile spread across her face.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

It's A Party!

So yesterday I told you that I decided I didn't want to be a Stampin Up demonstrator and that I had decided to just be a crafty consumer of their awesome products and today I am announcing my online Stampin Up party!

Today is the day that the Stampin Up Sale-A-Bration starts! Every year they have the Sale-A-Bration where you can get a free product for every $50 you spend, which is not hard to do and I think if I didn't have will power I could easily spend $500! 

  • Find products you want to purchase and add them to your basket.
  • When you are done check your cart and it should prompt you to how many Sale-A-Bration items you can choose.
  • When checking out enter this Hostess code: 9UZ2PPWA
  • If you have any questions you can email BRITTANY and she will be glad to help you.

Since you are ordering straight from the website you will receive your order from Stampin Up. This will make delivery faster and keep you from having to pay two shipping charges.

Everyone who makes a valid purchase during my party will be entered in a drawing for a door prize. 

Deadline for ordering is Friday February 7th.

 *EDIT/UPDATE* Sorry, no door prize as a different demo told me that was gambling and illegal and that someone might report the demo I am using and she could get in trouble. But I can still give away my own chit if I want to and there ain't a damn thing any can do about it!

Monday, January 27, 2014

To Be or Not To Be - Stampin Up Demonstrator

When I got back into using my Stampin Up supplies while making the last two card series I seriously considered becoming a demonstrator. I have thought about this before and then would get sidetracked by something else during my research about being a demo, y'all remember I have a squirrel problem right? I started to think I am much like their logo in that I do like to inspire, create and share so why not! I started doing a little more diggin into their policies to see if I really wanted to take the plunge.

First off I don't think there is any doubt about my love for Stampin Up and the quality of their products. When I first started doing some stamping I picked up cheap stamps thinking I would just get those and build a collection. I soon found out that all stamps are not created equal! In no time my collection of Stampin Up products started to grow. I almost exclusively use their cardstock for card bases and I have every ink pad of the old color sets from when I first started stamping, thanks to Kristen Long and her 6 month clubs! 

I recently acquired their program My Design Studio 2, which I still haven't figured out how to use but I do love the SVG files that are available through it and have used them on several different things, remember some of the wall quotes I did a few months back? I also love being able to cut shadow layers for the punches I have, one of my true loves is shadow layering, don't believe me? Just go look at most of my cuts and there are shadows. One day I am going to figure out how to print and cut those dang images in that program. I know there are some awesome tutorials out there but I can't seem to focus long enough to really watch them and get the program down, it probably isn't even really that hard! *okie curses her dang squirrels*

Oh back to my research...
Last year a friend of mine became a demo and she soon found she didn't like it because they told her she couldn't use her website to promote her Stampin Up because their rules only allow for their products to be used on blogs and websites if you have a demo website and you can't promote your personal blog or website on the blog or website that you have for Stampin Up. I was hoping that had changed and I found out it has not. 

I guess I can understand their point of view because they are a business but the sad thing is that I think allowing merging their products with other products makes more sense. Can I explain how I cut their SVG images with Make The Cut without my readers knowing what Make The Cut is and how awesome? Nope. Do I think allowing this would encourage more sales of their program...YEP! But then again I am not a marketing expert nor a business owner so maybe I don't understand. 

It didn't take me long, or much research to figure out that there is no way in Hades that I want to run two websites *okie can picture herself in a nice white jacket if that were to happen* where I have to separate my crafting. I am not just a stamper, not just a scrapbooker, not just a cardmaker...I am so many things when it comes to crafting and they all seem to tie in together that it would be impossible for me to separate the different phases of crafting I do.

My final decision as you might as well have guessed by now, is NOT TO BE a Stampin Up demonstrator but to instead just be a consumer that has the freedom to create whatever I want with their awesome products!

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Stampin Up Happy Hour - Out of the Ordinary

This card is out of the ordinary, at least for me! I don't usually make cards where I have to feel like I am wasting paper but when I saw this card during a search I wanted to try it. I also had a healthy supply of Early Espresso cardstock and didn't feel like I would be wasting too much precious paper by cutting up some 12x12 for the base. This is also the last card of the Happy Hour series, at least for now.

The base idea of the card was found at Stamping Art Studio and I though it was really cool how the card opened. The paper is once again the Stampin Up Well Worn Designer Paper.

I used the Word Window Punch and the Modern Label punch for the sentiment on the front. I then stamped the rest of the sentiment and punched it with the Word Window punch and lined it up under the sentiment in the front on the second front flap of the card *okie thinks that sounds confusing but hopes the next picture explains it a little better*.

The copper brads went nicely with the paper and fit perfectly under the sentiment.

Here you can see the sentiment on the second open flap and how the card opens to the inside. The sentiment on the inside of the card reads "Here's to you on your birthday!" and comes with the Happy Hour set. I used the little olive stamp on both sides of the inside sentiment.

I am glad I now have a few manly looking cards in my card boxes and I know I should probably find a few more to make at some point and I just remembered I have some awesome Graphic45 papers that I could use! *okie envisions a full set of manly cards coming up soon*.

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Stampin Up Happy Hour - Rock-A-Billy Paper

One of the first Designer Paper packs I ever bought from Stampin Up was Rock-A-Billy and my friend Linda and I fell in love with it as soon as we saw it. We love it so much we have hoarded it and I think she might have used all hers by now but I have been coveting mine too much to use very often. I decided to let go of a little of it for this card.

This is probably my favorite of the Happy Hour cards and I love all the matting that is on this card. I actually found the idea for this card during an image search and I came across the idea from Stampin Anne's blog.


I took a picture of the inside of this one to show you another one of the sentiment stamps in the set and I love this sentiment. I used some scrap strips to add to the inside to decorate it up a little. Most of the time I am too lazy to add decorative strips but I didn't want to throw away those small strips I had and I didn't think they were big enough to use on something else.

The stamp set doesn't have a cherry image but I wanted one to tie the drinks to the paper. I knew I had some cherry images and found one that worked from an acrylic stamp set. I used Pearl Pens to color in the cherry and the bubbles on the other two drinks are one with Glossy Accents.

For the circle sentiment I just inked the "cheers" from the "3 cheers for you!" stamp and then punched with a circle punch. I loved how the original card I saw had the bling and I had to copy that. I used the Paisley Cuttlebug folder for the red base layer and while you can't see the overall design I think it was the right choice for this set of paper.

Friday, January 24, 2014

Stampin Up Happy Hour - Punch Crazy!

I think I went a little punch crazy with this card but I love how it looked with all the squares making an argyle pattern.

The patterned paper is from the Well Worn Designer Papers by Stampin Up, it really is a nice set of papers with strong masculine patterns and colors.

Since I made 6 of these, like I usually do *okie wonders if she even has to say that anymore since most folks probably know cards are made in multiples in okie's house* I had to punch quite a few of the squares and I used a 1" punch for those. The mat was done with the Stampin Up Postage Stamp punch. I cut the outer edge ones in half and then for the top and bottom I attached them first and then cut off the over hang.

The image was punched out with the Curly Label Punch and attached to Early Espresso cardstock that had been punched with the Decorative Label punch and distressed by sanding. The sentiment was punched out with the Word Window Punch and then attached to cardstock that was punched with the Modern Label Punch, still to of my favorite punches of all times for cardmaking! The sentiment on the stamp actually reads "3 cheers for you!" but I only inked the 3 cheers to make it fit for the punch.

While this one took awhile because of all the punching I do like how it turned out.

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Stampin Up Happy Hour - Simple Can Be Good

I felt this card was really plain but when I showed it to my friend Carmen she really loved it. I guess the beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Every now and then I try to make some cards that are less embellished than most cards I make just so I know that not every card has to be decorated to the hilt to still look nice.

The paper is Stampin Up's Berry Blossoms Designer Paper and of course you guessed it, I got it on the clearance rack. I used the Fiskars Apron punch for the border at the bottom. The image was stamped on white paper and then punched out with the Stampin Up Decorative Label punch and then cut the shadow with Make The cut. I love how Stampin Up has some of their punches available in SVG format!

I didn't need the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig to line up these images since they were easy enough to do with just eyeing them. I added some Cotton Candy Stickles to the drink to glitz it up a little and love how it made it look a little frosty *okie is looking forward to frosty alcoholic drinks in March when she and her BFF Karen hit the cruise ship*. As my friend Carmen pointed out to me the slice of lime on the drink just really tied the card together with the background paper.

Notice the edges? I used my Zutter Distrezz It All to give the paper a raggedy look. I really love that thing and it is so much easier to use than scissors...and a bit safer too!

Sometimes simple can be good!

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Stampin Up Happy Hour - Easy Fast Masculine Card

I have all kinds of trouble making masculine looking cards and I think it is because I don't think men really appreciate the work that goes into a handmade card. Okay, I say that but I do know my friend Larry appreciates them and I think he has kept every card I ever made him, even way before I got into cutting machines and stamps.

The paper  Stampin Up Well Worn Designer Series Paper and I got it on the clearance rack a few months ago because I knew I did need to make some masculine cards to have on hand *okie scratches head and thinks*, well at least in my card sets that I will be giving away to my friends since I don't have many males in my life I give cards to. This was a fast and uncomplicated card to make. For the banners I used scrap strips of paper and then used square punches for the notches.

Graduating the circles for the image was a fast way to make the image stand out on the card. After getting it together I felt it needed something and I think the 3 brads did the trick *okie wonders why she likes brads so much since they tend to hurt her quite often and looks under her finger nail where she was recently poked by a brad* and they always seem to really add to a project.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Stampin Up Happy Hour Set

I have loved the Stampin Up Happy Hour set ever since I first saw it but didn't get it for quite sometime, and then when I did it sat on my stamp shelf for a long time. I finally broke it out and started playing with it.

I love that the set has several little stamps - strawberry, citrus slice, umbrella, olive and holly leaves, so you can really make any kind of card you want and change it around quite a bit. There are a few sentiments included in the set as well that makes it a very versatile set.

I can't remember the designer paper I used for this one and I am too lazy to go look through my paper to find out.

One of the things I have always liked is a stamped image that is cut out but I am way too lazy to cut out each image, I have in the past and it gets tedious and boring. Using Make The Cut I made a file where I can now cut the images, use my Stamp-A-Ma-Jig to line up the stamps to the cuts and POOF, no hand cutting! I cut extra because it is still sometimes easy to slip and stamp the image incorrectly. 

You can see here where the glass, umbrella and lime have been cut and stamped. It doesn't show in this picture but the sentiment "Cheers" was cut and then stamped as well.

I have 5 more cards I will be posting in the next few days using the Happy Hour set. I am not sure why I make cards in sets like this but for me it just seems easier to stick to a theme and get quite a few done. I am starting to get my card boxes restocked now, thank goodness since my daughter has been giving my cards away! *okie wonders if investing in a gun cabinet with a secure lock and storing her cards in there might be a wise move*

Monday, January 20, 2014

Stampin Up Flower Shop - Cutie Pie

So this is it, the last of the cards I made with the Flower Shop bundle! At least the last for now anyway because I am sure I will be pulling this set out again! Tomorrow will start my Stampin Up Happy Hour series of cards and there are 6 in that series as well.

The papers are from the Cutie Pie designer papers, and yes of course, once again they came from the clearance rack sometime ago. The colors just scream summer to me and I think they are very cheery.

I wanted to show you how you can layer the flowers as well to make a more fuller looking flower. If you notice on the red flower I have two layers and staggered the petals. I can imagine you can do several layers and get a really full looking flower if you so desired but since I don't like cards that won't fit in envelopes I didn't try it.

I hope y'all liked this series because I really did like doing it and I am so glad that it got me back remembering why I have all those stamps and inks.

Don't forget to check back tomorrow for the start of the Happy Hour series!

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Stampin Up Flower Shop - Everyday Enchantment

The Everyday Enchantment designer paper was available in the Sale-A-Bration catalog some time back. At that time I had a party and got the coordinating ribbon, paper, brads and everything else that went with it. When it went on the clearance rack I had to order another set of the paper because I loved it so much!

This was a lot of on the card and more than I usually do but I really liked how they all went together. I used the Curly Label punch for the sentiment and then cut a shadow layer with the SVG file that is available. The sentiment happy birthday is a random stamp I had in my birthday stamp collection and it was the closest fit I could find. Even though it overlapped a little I still think it worked well.

I really like the stamps on the printed paper and it made it easy to coordinate the flowers. I added some white dots to the green flower center for a little pop. I decided to put a solid layer under the flowers so they didn't just wash out on all the other prints of the card.

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Stampin Up Flower Shop - Birthday Tag

I have had this paper, Raspberry Tart, for a few years and have used it sparingly *okie thinks she's really gotta stop doing that* but I think I still have enough to make another set of cards out of it.

I love the pink and green colors on this one! I used my Stampin Up Tag Punches to do the sentiment. I kept wondering how to add a sentiment and I think this one worked out nicely with the ribbon and bow.

I had to play around with the placement of the flowers as the light and medium colors were getting washed out in different areas but after a few moves I was able to get them placed where they still stood out in the monochromatic colors of the paper strips across the card *okie wonders if sometimes she just doesn't keep typing chit so she has something to say about the stuff she makes*.

I am not sure what the punch is called that I used to make the flower centers. I got it at a sale and I know it is a retired Stampin Up punch and it punched all three of the larger decorative centers.

I added some Diamond Stickles to the flower centers to dress them up a little and it seemed to add just the right amount of sparkle to the card without making it too blingy *okie notices that her spell correct doesn't like the word blingy and thinks a crafter needs to get in there and add words to the spell check*.

Not sure if ya'll noticed so I will point it out...I went out on a limb and didn't ink the edges! *okie hears the gasps throughout the room* I KNOW! Sometimes you just gotta live on the edge!

Friday, January 17, 2014

Stampin Up Flower Shop - With a butterfly

This is the second card I made with the Stampin Up Flower Shop Bundle. I don't like this card as much as yesterday's card, I think it is the background paper, it reminds me too much of chevrons and I don't like chevrons!

The paper is from Stampin Up and I believe the name of the designer series was Rich Razzleberry, this was before the Razzleberry became a staple color in the catalog. I think the butterfly would have looked better if I would have used patterned paper and it did help when I added some glitter to the wings.

I used a bone folder to make the petals curl on the flowers, I think I did that on all the cards I made. For the larger white area on the left hand side of the card I used a 2" circle punch and then cut off the part I didn't need. This also helped me with the curve design for the flowers to follow. The middle flower was pop dotted.

I promise that tomorrow's card is a better one!

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Stampin Up Flower Shop - Vertical Flowers

I am going to be honest and tell you guys off the bat that I got the ideas for the cards from the internet. I just did a search for "stampin up flower shop" and there were a ton of pictures and just like that *POOF* I was on a card making frenzy.

I don't buy a lot of Stampin' Up designer papers but when they hit the clearance rack I snag them when I can. I think this one was called Sweet As Always, or something like that, and I got it a few years ago from the clearance.

I used the Sizzix Polka Dot and the Darice butterfly embossign folders on the card. For the sentiment I used the Word Window and Modern Label punch, still by far my most used of my punches and ones I think every card maker should own.

The colors are Pumpkin Pie, Lucky Limeade, Pink Passion and a purple one, can't remember which one. I had to improvise on a few of the colors as they were some of the past In Colors that I didn't have.

If you have some of the Candi paper dots and this stamp set then you are in good shape because they make perfect flower centers and if you happen to have the little foam squares that are sold to use with these then you are in even better shape!

I really liked the colors on this one and once I got these done I knew I would have to make more...and so I did!

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Stampin Up Flower Shop - Pansies

First off let us not be too critical of this card or my coloring job. I haven't made a card in months and it has been even longer since I used my Promarkers. This is the first card I made using the Stampin Up Flower Shop Bundle and to be honest I thought about throwing these away at first *okie would still throw them away but since they are in her card box she will have to keep them*.

I used an assortment of papers as I was just playing around and wasn't sure where I was even going with this card so I have no idea the names of the papers. I did add a "thinking of you" sentiment on the front in the beige area to the right after I took the picture and it made it somehow made it look nicer.

It's hard to tell in the picture but I did some paper piercing along the bottom of the blue, you can see it more in person than in the photo, and it added a nice touch.

So back to my coloring...OH EM GEE! I totally suck at it now. Using a skill infrequently is not a good thing. I cut some of the flowers apart and added them behind the main flower to help fill in. I used my Boho Blossom punch to make the other little flowers and the small circles are actually from the Owl Punch and are suppose to be the larger circles in his eye area. The leaves are from the Bird Punch. Yeah, I pretty much had my table covered in punches during the process.

I have already told ya'll I wasn't pleased with this card but I do owe it a debt of gratitude since it made me think "OMG something better can be made" and it made me challenge myself into making something better and boy oh boy did they get better! For once I actually like all the cards I made after this one and so the next 5 days will be the other cards I made with the Flower Shop Bundle.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Doing Away With Stamping...WHAT?

Just last week I was looking at my stamps a categorized and lined up in their place and then glanced up at all my ink pads and tried to remember the last time I did any stamping and if I would ever feel the desire to do so again. I considered selling them all and then got to thinking of how hard it would be to sell the stamps since I broke them apart from their sets and put them in categories such as birthday, Christmas, flowers, etc. I didn't think long on it since I had something else I was working on.

I had recently gotten the Flower Shop Bundle from Stampin Up which included this stamp set and the coordinating Pansy Punch and hadn't used them since like I said I haven't done any stamping but I also had been working on some layouts lately and thought I should at least use them once before deciding to get rid of all my stamping items.

I worked on the first card and thought "yeah okay stamping is okay, I might keep my stuff" and then I started on another set of cards. By the 3rd set of cards I was remembering why I loved stamping and was suddenly glad once again I have all the supplies at hand to make things I want!

Needless to say I won't be parting with my stamping items and I am ashamed to admit I have even seen another bundle I want, the Petite Petals Clear Mount Bundle! After making the 6 different cards with the other bundle I really, really, really NEED this in my collection!

I am so enthralled with my stamping hobby again that I even labeled all my inks in my ink holder. Now it will be so much easier to grab the colors I need to use. Oh and notice the open slots? Yeah I think I need to order some of the new colors of ink!

After all this I have to think "doing away with stamping? WHAT WAS I THINKING!?". I'll be posting my cards over the next few days so you can see what a great set the Flower Shop Bundle is to have.

Monday, January 13, 2014

Wine Tumblers - Part 2 of 2

I think these were my favorite 3 of the wine tumblers I did. I really got lucky that I had some maroon vinyl that matched the lids really nicely.

Left: "Mommy's Sippy Cup" I found a nice looking image of a lady with a swirly dress that I thought went well.
Middle: "Its wine o'clock somewhere" I loved the idea of having wine glasses as the hands of the clock.
Right: "Keep Calm and Wine On" That crown about drove me nuts but it was worth the work in the end because it really made the overall design look awesome.

Sadly, I have a lot of these wine tumblers left and still working on a way to store them. I am not a wine drinker so I am not sure what I will do with all these.

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Wine Tumblers - Part 1 of 2

One of the things I did for the craftshow, and didn't sell well either, was the double wall wine tumblers. While I only sold maybe one I still have to say I love these and love the designs I did.

 Left:  "Wine a little you'll feel better"  I used a hot pink vinyl and a glitter vinyl and the Samantha font was used for the lettering.
Middle: "Feet Up Wine Down" I can't remember the font I used but I like the pink polka dot vinyl on the flip flops.
Right: "Wine Drinkers Make Grape Lovers" my friend Karen found this one on the internet and we fell in love with the saying.

I think most people probably know by now, but just in case, I found these particular tumblers at the Dollar Tree and while the quality isn't as good as the Vin to Go they are still okay.

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Lifetime of Happiness - Mini Album

I love altering mini-albums and have done some smaller ones that turned out nice. My friend Carmen picked me up some chipboard ones from Michaels back in the spring *okie won't even mention how many of these she has to alter* because she knows I am addicted to these things *okie won't mention how many addictions she has either*. I made two of these and gave one to my daughters friend for Christmas, she loved it!

I used K&Co. paper for the Album and also the majority of the embellishments are from K&Co. Linda and I found a bunch for 99 cents when we were in Norman one time and we both stocked up. The flower is a book flower I made.

I did use some cuts to help add embellishment and made sure not to adhere them down where pictures would be going. I always add white papers so people who receive these can use those as templates to cut their pictures to the size of the photo mat.

One of the embellishment packs were borders and they made for some easy embellishing. The large flower on the left and the dragonfly on the right are image cuts. 


Here are the last two pages of the album where I used some cuts, brads, ribbon, hotfix pearls and paper flowers to embellish the pages.

Now to go and alter the other 2,541 mini albums I have on hand! HA HA HA

Friday, January 10, 2014

Christmas Tins Featuring Graphic45

A few years ago I found some mini lunchbox tins at Dollar Tree and have altered them with several different themes. For the last 12 I had I did a Christmas theme using Graphic45 papers that I had picked up on my vacation last year while in Orlando. Some of the papers were punchout sheets and it made it really easy to alter the tin. I had made these for the craft show that Linda and I did and I only sold one of them. People just weren't buying much of anything at the show so I don't feel too bad. I used two for gifts and put some small Bath and Body Works lotion and body wash in them. I will find a use for them along the line.

For this tin I used a daisy punch to make poinsettias and used the branch punch to add some greenery. The black flourish is a piece of a larger design made by Prima Marketing. I bought my first ones at a LSS but I still pick them up sometimes at Hobby Lobby when they are on sale or I have a coupon.

 I used some felt flowers to add embellishing on this one and also some hotfix stones in several areas. I thought the 3 brads at the bottom of the larger punch out image added interest as well.

I wanted to show this one where I added Flower Soft to the wreath on Santa's head. It gives some great dimension and is super easy to use. I used a holly leaf punch and Perfet Pearls to add a little more embellishment to the tin.

My friend Karen and I made handles out of clear and pearl beads since the original handles were white plastic and didn't look well with the theme of the tin. We also added a few feathers and a snowflake charm to the handle.


Here is a picture of how I had the tins displayed at the craft show. A few people wanted to know if the Bath and Body Works came with the tin. The Tin was priced at $12 and since the little bottles run about $5 each I couldn't help but look at them like they were crazy and reply "those are for display only".