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"Tranquility" Trinket Box/ Altered Pringles Can

Hello Crafty Friends! Jeanne back this week with my last project of this month and a tutorial on how I created this Trinket Box using a Pringles can. I first made this project 8 years ago when I started crafting and I really enjoyed making something beautiful from something recyclable. I used this month's Scrapbook Kit  to create this project. 
I began by washing the Pringles can with just a little bit of dish soap and a little water, not soaking it in water, then rinse and dry quickly. Next I measured the can at 6 inches all around and marking it using a marker. Next I used an Xacto knife to cut around it where I made the marks. When finished I cleaned up the edges using scissors. 
I then took some heavy weight card stock and traced the can then cutting them out. Next I adhered those circles onto the pattern paper that I would be using as the sides of my box. *I ended up using a different pattern paper in the end result
Now I had to cut the opening so for this I traced a line using a ruler then cutting it using my Xacto knife. Once I did that I took my ruler again and and my score tool and made a score line as seen on the 3rd photo below. I then took some Liquitex white gesso and a sponge brush and covered the inside of the can, once that dried I then went over it using Folk Art "Ballet Pink" Matte Acrylic Paint. 
I now chose a sheet from the "Tranquility" collection from the Scrapbook Kit and cut it at 6 x 7 and I then rolled it and held it using some clips just to get the paper use to the circular shape. I left it like this for a night. Next I adhered it using Aleene's Tacky Glue and then making sure I measured it correctly. 
Once it dried, I began adding the closure hardware, next I measured and penciled in where I would be placing the beads I would be using as the feet for this box. I then adhered them using hot glue. 
Next I began adding my laces and embellishments. On the lid I used laces from Lavish Laces I received as a gift. On the the bottom part where the lid locks, I used a piece of the laser elements. I also used some of the flowers and other designs from the elements package. I also used flowers from 49 and Market and Prima marketing. On the back part of the box, I used a larger applique' piece from my stash. Then I added some splatters of Lindys Stamp gang Glitz Magicals "Gleaming Gold",  which is one of my favorite new product colors! This is included in this month's  Mixed Media Kit. 
Lastly I added a piece of hand dyed fabric using Beacons Fabri Tac to the inside then adhering a braided trim as well. 
I hope that my step by step instructions are easy to follow, if you have any questions you can message me on my social media. I really enjoyed creating this for you this month and I hope you will give it a try. These were a popular project to create back then so I thought I would bring this back. 
Well my friends, I will be back now in April with some Spring filled projects this time around!! I hope you will come back for our sneak peeks and the reveal! Sending love and hugs to you all!! 
P.S. Check out the newest Mood Board/Sketch Challenge happening this month!! 
 Here is the details for that. 
This month's twist is "SPRING FLOWERS"
Here are the rules:
*You can create any type of project for the challenge. 
*You MUST say what you were inspired by. 
*You MUST include the twist in your design. 
*We would love to see you USE AT LEAST 1 of Tres Jolie’s products on your projects but it isn’t required to play along.
*It MUST be a new project
Place your entries in the February 2023 challenge folder on Tres Jolie Kit Club Cafe Facebook page. This challenge ends on March 31st 2023 at 11:59 pm CST. All entries must be in this folder to be eligible for the prize (to have everyone eligible to win, we are limited the same winner to once every 3 months).
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