I guess because I have so many Altoid tins that I’ve collected over the years, I figured I’d do something with them again. Last year I used the bottom of the tins turning them into ornaments, that became my most pinned pin on Pinterest! Those ornaments are still my #1…but I still had all the lids to turn into projects and decided to make a few more.
Last year’s review: 2013 Altered Altoid tins.
Here is my new 2014 line-up of tins:
These are much more colorful and detailed (just goes to prove with practice you can improve).
Be sure to visit and have a little reading for this long weekend.
This summer I am setting aside the entire months of June and July to finish projects and start some new ones. First thing is the redecorating/remodel of our kitchen. It is so dated and needs an uplift. I was totally inspired when I went to IKEA last week and came up with this general concept…all things I can do (with a little help of course). I love the farmhouse sink, counter tops, shelving, drawer pulls – all from IKEA.
Of course there are all kinds of projects you can begin with the simplest purchased items from IKEA, I think I may try some of these myself. Here are a few below: click on the pictures to get a full view.
Thanks to Censational Girl, Live Simply by Annie, Style Me Pretty, The Golden Boys and Me – and just type in the Search on Pinterest : IKEA hacks and you’ll find loads of awesome ideas.
When I stumble across this birthday crown on Pinterest, I fell in love with it. Linda Albrecht of Maya Road makes these and it is featured on her site. Since both of my granddaughters have birthdays in May, I thought it would be a perfect surprise on their special day (making them myself of course). They could keep them as treasures for years to come and remember their Nannie.
These are the most repinned Pins on my Pinterest boards:
Christmas Altoid Altered Tins on my Holiday board
And this favorite Saying or Quote:
My input on what this means:
This is so true!!! Many times when we have been in need, God has always supplied those needs in many and various ways. We have gone on mission trips to places like India and we were supernaturally left money on our doorstep, the next time our way was paid for and we had to pay the money back, and still another time we went with nothing, and had to trust God along the way every day. The Lord wants us to trust Him, not methods or manipulation (trying to figure it all out on our own).
We had other means of financing trips and projects: selling all that we could – even cars, working part-time jobs, and trading services. God is creative, He wants to bring ideas to you that you wouldn’t think of except by a “word of knowledge”, by the Holy Spirit. Believe Him for the things you need, He will supply them beyond what you can think of or ask for! I love that about God! Once when I needed money for a trip He specifically told me, “When you were a child and you went on a road trip, did you ever question your dad about where you would sleep, what you would eat, or how much the trip would cost?” I had to say “no”. “So put that same kind of trust in Me and I will take you where you need to go!” I have never forgotten that!