A few months back my sister came to visit mom, and as always, we decided to do a little art while she was here. This trip was no different. The day came to play and she took out of her carpet bag, tin lids from glass jars, tea tins, bits of paper, buttons, 2 part epoxy and other embellishments. Ok, this has my attention. I have always been an instant gratification kind of gal. I am intrigued. We lightly glued paper on the bottom of the lids, added buttons (we shaved off the shanks) and words from a book for typed it from the computer. I found that to be the easiest. As you can see from the photo above the words from the book didn't turn out as well as I would have liked it to. You can see the words from the other side of the page. So, in the future I think I will just type out the words I need. (Squirrel...much easier to read) After placing all the do-dads you want in your lid, you mix up the epoxy according to the instructions and pour in the lids. Be sure and cover all your treasures. Sister has us take a straw and gently blow the bubbles out of the epoxy. Let them dry over night and we slapped a magnet on the back and called it good. All of our lids turned out so different. The sky is the limit, so have fun!
Good fun, good times and great laughs!