The Hack Saw Blades plus old tobacco & cigarette tins ... full of nuts, bolts, screws and old hardware were my Dad's ... the four smaller ones on the left are from my collection ... the tin with plums is from Fee ... the beautiful green one held chocolates ... the brown one at the back is an old army tin.
Drag out anything that's tin ... give us a glimpse of tins or something in a tin at your place ... let your imagination run wild ... paint tins, food tins ...
This TINidea came after selling an old Namco dripping tin online ... I'd been lugging round for years ... thought it was worth nothing ... it sold for over $16.00 ... tins have been on my mind.
Don't take it all too seriously ... you're invited to play along ... love to see any tins at your place.
This blog's about a maximalist, renaissance womans' quest to re-fabulise fabularity from collected, scrounged, rescued, inherited, fossicked and acquired hordes that others regard as waste! A self taught mixed media artist, this late bloomer, includes quirkyness, frustrations and opinions to show life's too short to be precious or to take everything too darn seriously!
Making every post a winner, creating something out of 'nothing' and turning my excess creative stash into cash make my life bliss!