I was inspired to make projects with these fun black matte tins when we received them in the October 2012 Peacock Club Scrap kit, so one thing lead to another and I'm still wanting to make more!
This wasn't on purpose, but in the process of putting this shadow box tin together, I think I've crafted the world's smallest drawer!
Since the Black Matte Tins were a goodie in the Peacock Kit, I enjoyed doing projects with them for the Scrap Rap, but then I just kept making projects with this sweet little tin.
I'm going to let the pictures tell most of the construction story, but I started by cutting dividers from black book board.
Once the dividers were in place, I put together the teeny tiny drawers.
Here is the other mini drawer I made for the upper corner of the tin (perfectly sized for fortune cookie fortune storage).
Then it was fun filling in the other compartments with other odds and ends.
While I'm talkin' tins, here is a photo tin I put together.
I used the same steps for attaching my photo-copied photo as the lid above. It's amazing how well rubbing sand paper on the edges works for trimming off the excess photocopy.
Lastly, I couldn't resist making an accordion album using Club Scrap's October Peacock Paper in at least one of the tins. Here it is.
Thanks checking out what I've been up to. Wishing you an inspiring day!