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New Silicone Molds & Blending Pen; Scrapbook Paper Sale!

Filed under Alice Accordion Book Kit, Altered Tins, Art Projects, Lora Mahaffey, Sale, Tim Holtz

Before we get to those new pretties (and the new sale), we have a bright and beautiful new Alice tin:

We’re All Mad Here Altered Tin by Design Team Member Lora Mahaffey

I completely agree with Lora: “this red, black and white theme — very eye catching!”

I love the insert that Lora used: Altoids Inserts Vignette – Set of 3. That set kinda got overlooked with the flurry of new Alice things announced with the April kit, but the simple shapes can be used for all kinds of projects (not just Alice). Back to Lora:

(After painting my tin black) I glued my pre-cut papers on the tin and then I glued little corks on the back of my Alice to bring her forward in the tin, and did the same for a couple of the paper roses so that they were at different depths inside the tin. The corks work out well as they are light weight and tapered and easy to work with.

Breaking in here briefly: great idea about the corks! Plus they’re tall (thicker than sticky foam) so you can get Alice to pop out to the front of the tin quicker.

I added Dresden Trim to the outside edge of the tin, then glued the insert on to the top edge of the tin. after that dried, I glued on the Altoids Topper to the top and let it dry.

After it dried, I added white dots (using white acrylic paint and a brush) to the insert as it needed some detail and glued a red paper rose to the top center of the Altoids Topper.

I also trimmed out the edge of the topper with some Black Diamond Stickles. Because glitter.

I glued the ‘We’re All Mad Here’ banner on the bottom of the tin and set it aside to dry. (From the same collage sheet as Alice.)

Oh, and I wanted to put something odd in her hand and I thought this little five of hearts dude was just the right size and I loved his expression. Kind of WTH?!!

I agree… that little guy has a great expression! Here’s Lora’s supply list and see more of her tutorial on her blog post. AND see the Giveaway below for another project by Lora!

New & Back in Stock Goodies!

Ohh… I love the new molds! So many new things to mention today, they’re not all covered in the previews below! Click here to see them all!

ALL Scrapbook Paper ON SALE!

This is a 25% off sale on a big section of paper (all the single sheets)!

Over 120 options… including the highlights below!

The sale ends at midnight on Monday night, April 22nd. Click: FLASH SALE to see everything!

Two Tiny Projects Giveaway!

Two cute little projects! First, in honor of the (back in stock) Maps, Text & Ledgers 8×8 Paper Set, I’m including that paper set (shown at left in a project by Teri Calia) AND the Matchbox Skyline Book AND the House Ornament Window Trims that Teri used!

Then, in honor of this adorably tiny deck of cards in a faux book box (Lora’s second Alice project today), I’m including these goodies Lora used:

1 Inch Playing Card Deck
Tiny Alice Book Covers Collage Sheet
China Cabinet House Accessories Collage Sheet (for the tiny checkerboard pattern)
Faux Book Box Tiny Card Size

To enter the Two Tiny Projects Giveaway drawing all you have to do is leave a comment BELOW on this blog post TODAY or TOMORROW (the deadline is 11:59 pm PST, Monday Night, April 22, 2019).

And what are you going to make?

Don’t forget to leave your (hello!) correct email address, too, so I can contact the winner; your email address does not need to be made public. Note: I’m offering free shipping, too, but only within the USA. International shipping will still apply.

Please be patient! Spammers try to post crap here a lot so comments are moderated. So if you don’t see your post in the comments section, be patient and check back in a few hours before re-posting it, please!

After midnight, I’ll randomly pick the winner (via

Hey, who won the Tiny Alice Accordion Book Giveaway from Thursday’s newsletter? That would be Angie M! Congrats! Check your email for info.

Posted by Leslie, April 21st, 2019

48 responses to “New Silicone Molds & Blending Pen; Scrapbook Paper Sale!”

  1. Ronda Liebert says:

    I Would love this giveaway. I would make both of these – they are so cute.

  2. Nadine says:

    More goodies for my Alice in Wonderland project!

  3. Jen R says:

    Totally loving the tiny things!

  4. Ina Good says:

    I love Alice and the altered tin etc

  5. DeniseHumenik says:

    Love tiny projects…mad about Alice!

  6. Roe says:

    Love both of these but the skyline book is to die for

  7. Marilyn Ray says:

    Always ready to do a book box project. Both of these projects are awesome.

  8. Debora L. says:

    Love tiny projects!

  9. Lou Anne Colodny says:

    the black and red and white is just wonderful and I am excited to make them….

  10. Donna Kottcamp says:

    I love, love, love the matchbox skyline book. It could be so many things including the house for a tiny paperdoll.

  11. Jennie Ingram says:

    Love the tiny cards!

  12. Andrea Pretlow says:

    Tiny, lovely project. So cute!

  13. Peggy says:

    I would have to make both! I love little houses almost as much as I love Alice.

  14. Kathy S. says:

    Black and white patterned backgrounds are outstanding.

  15. jackie says:

    I’d make a little deck of cards, they’re so cute.

  16. Kat Cashwell says:

    So love all the Alice in wonderland projects and such fun things to make!!!!

  17. Debra Gibson says:

    I love the Alice theme and would love to win this contest!! But I love fairy ‘s too!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  18. The colors really pop. I just hosted an Alice in Wonderland tea party for little girls, and cannot get enough Alice.

  19. Lea Cook says:

    Just so delightful! Thank you for all the Alice tutorials! And did you say new molds? SQUEE!!

  20. Karen Mallory says:

    All the projects today are wonderful! What’s not to love about Alice! I would make Alice projects!

  21. LeAnn Aagard says:

    Tiny projects are the best! I would make the matchbox book.

  22. Pauline Martin says:

    This is so cute. I would love this.

  23. Jo says:

    More Alice! And I love the little fold-up house and the playing cards!

  24. Karen ann says:

    I LOVE Alice she’s my imaginary friend

  25. Pauline Martin says:

    Love Alice. Love these projects.

  26. Jean Marmo says:

    Loving that skyline!

  27. Sue Irvine says:

    My fave is the skyline book, tho’ love it all😍😍😍sue

  28. Traci says:

    Love the Alice book so tiny and cute. >^..^<

  29. Erin Gardner says:

    Amazing, as always

  30. Barbara A says:

    Lora’s altered tin is breath taking. Love the red, black & white theme. Love the 2 tiny projects too.

  31. Nancy AT says:

    I could be a copycat for these projects! They are wonderful.

  32. Denise Castaneda says:

    I am a fan of everything Alice in wonderland.. Luck be on my side on this giveaway!

  33. Jean says:

    I would make an Alice book.

  34. BarbMac Vt says:

    I would make my granddaughter a little fairy story book of her own and an Alice scene for my neighbor! 🤞🤞🤞🤞

  35. Kim Lucak says:

    More Alice? Yes, please 🙂

  36. Janet Turner says:

    I love Alice and the cards!

  37. Anne S. says:

    Love the Alice card box.

  38. Rhonda S says:

    I never get tired of the Alice stuff.

  39. Michelle G. says:

    I love tiny projects!

  40. Catharine McCammon says:

    Making a tiny fairy village for grand baby to find!

  41. ricki walker says:

    I love any project that includes “tinies” but Alice makes it all the better!

  42. Ann F. says:

    The Faux book box is adorable, and I love those tiny playing cards. The possibilities are endless with this.

  43. The fold up house is awesome and love the new molds I can do a lot with the molds

  44. Helen says:

    These tiny projects are adorable. I would definitely add the faux book box to my tiny bookshelf library. I have some cute vintage style photos of my granddaughters that I would use on the houses project. Perfect!

  45. Peggy Manning says:

    The matchbox skyline looks fab to work with.All kinds of wonderful things possible with it. I NEED to win it please. PeginOKC

  46. Debbie Stine says:

    I like the Altoid Inserts and MORE Alice!

  47. Daylan says:

    Love Alice-not totally sure what I will make, but it will go into a book display.