Hi! I'm sharing a fun project that I created for Canvas Corp today. The Creative Crew was challenged to turning anything into a cooking related item. I had a blast re-purposing an empty tea tin into a bold recipe container for my favorite summer drinks with Tattered Angels Decor & DIY Paint and the new Canvas Corp Mixology collection. I added magnets to the back of the tin and stuck this container onto the side of my fridge for easy accessibility! While is was crafting I also made some custom magnets. This project is quick, easy and fun!
Canvas Corp Brands Supplies:
Tattered Angels Decor + DIY Paint - Jade
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist - Rum Punch
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist - Lime Twist
Canvas Corp Mixology - Cocktails + Dreams on White
Canvas Corp Mixology - Happy Hour Saying on White
Canvas Corp Mixology - Recipe Cards
Canvas Corp Mini Clothespins - Assorted Colors
Step One: Paint an empty tea tin with Tattered Angels Decor & DIY Paint. Let Dry.
Step Two: Fill out Canvas Corp Mixology Recipe Cards with your favorite recipes. Print out photos of the cocktails and attach them to the recipe cards with Canvas Corp Mini Clothespins. (You can find the recipes I used HERE. The beautiful photographs were taken by my favorite pinners. Serious props to them for sharing their delicious drink recipes and amazing pics!)
Step Three: Cut the "Ice Cold Drinks" plaque from the Mixology Happy Hour Sayings on White patterned paper and glue onto the front of the tin. Use glaze to attach magnets to the back of the tin.
To create custom magnets for your tin and fridge: Cut the "Free Drinks Tomorrow" saying from the Mixology Happy Hour Sayings on White patterned paper. Use glaze to adhere the saying onto the back of a glass gem. Use glaze to attach a magnet to the back of the glass gem. Cut a cherry from the Mixology Cocktails & Dreams on White patterned paper. Use a paintbrush to color the image with Tattered Angels Rum Punch and Lime Twist Glimmer Mist. Use glaze to adhere the saying onto the back of a glass gem. Use glaze to attach a magnet to the back of the glass gem.