Take a look at these fun tin/can ideas!
First up from one of our challenge regulars Lowri McNabb. She used Twenty Three to make a mini that fits in a really great tin. (I'm really glad she didn't cover the tin in paper because it's so cool, don't you think!)
Another regular challenge taker, Mustangkala, made a fun treat jar using Joyride. I love making cute packages for neighbor gifts!
And last, but certainly not least, a swizel stick container decked out in Social Club by Amanda Coleman. The colors of those sticks are so great and glittered olives... heaven!
If we count my failed tin attempt, that is $20 for the food bank and 4 cans of food. This brings our Make a Difference total to $145.
Help us raise more money for charity. Our food bank needs a lot of help right now!
This week's challenge is Yellow. It has been a trendy color for a while. I love it's sunshiny happiness. So, this week make something featuring yellow with Cosmo Cricket products. Pick from paper, fabric, buttons, etc. Post your link here and like last week, we'll donate $5 and a can of food for every project linked.
PS: A fabric-y giveaway here tomorrow as we have our turn on the Fat Quarter Shop's Mystery Block blog hop.