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New Art Deco, Crowns, Teapots, Giveaway, FREE gift!

Filed under Altered Tins, Art Deco, Dresden, Pierrot/Harlequin/Carnival, Shannon Cooper

NEW Mini Masks FREE Gift Kit! In honor of Fat Tuesday next week, the new Roaring 20s Scrapbook Papers (and artwork below from Design Team Member Shannon Cooper), I put together a mini mask set AND a collage sheet with ladies sized to fit the masks! (See the preview at right.)

I’m assuming most Mardi Gras festivities are pretty toned down this year, but that won’t stop making artwork!

ALL ORDERS on Thursday through Saturday, February 11th through 13th (2021) will receive one of these collage sheets and the mini set of 4 laser-cut masks FREE!

A BIG NEW SALE: 50% off on Art Deco & Carnival Collage Sheets! The sale ends SATURDAY NIGHT, February 13th at midnight PST. See below for a few highlights! (The Secret Collage Sheet at left is part of the sale and also used in the artwork below.)

Revisiting Shannon Cooper’s Mysterious Masquerade Altered Tin

You may remember this beautiful altered tin that Shannon made a few year’s ago. It uses part of a Small Quatrefoil Panel in the background (and you can just make out a masked lady hiding behind that screen).

Plus the main image is from the The Secret Collage Sheet mentioned above (and part of the sale).

How regal with that crown (actually just a piece of a Chipboard Fleur Border, bent into a curve and attached to the top of an Altoid’s Tin)!

And see that swirly frame at the bottom of the tin (framing the “Mysterious” text)? That’s from the Fairy Tale Frames Altoid Inserts Set (a big set with 3 options of inserts & matching frames).

See more photos (and tips) on Shannon’s blog post!

Here’s a link to all the items still available from the supply list. And check below in the Giveaway to enter the drawing for supplies from this project!

What else is NEW today?

Tons of yummy things for an Art Deco or Mardi Gras project! Plus a couple welcome back-in-stock items for spring: White & Pink Iced Brioche and Silly Pink Bunny Rabbits.

Just one of the new Roaring 20s Scrapbook Papers is shown below… pics of 2 more are down in the Giveaway section.

See all 11 new/back-in-stock items here.

Art Deco & Carnival Collage Sheet 50% off Sale Highlights!

There are some unexpected items in this theme, too (there’s some overlap with Halloween, summer/beach and winter holidays).

See the sale collection here! (Over 50 choices!)

Mysterious Masquerade Altered Tin Giveaway!

Let’s start with EVERYTHING in Shannon’s Supply List! That includes 2 collage sheets, the tin and 3 chipboard embellshments.

Plus the 3 items in the row below (below the photo with more views of the artwork):
– There’s the other 2 of the Roaring 20s Scrapbook Papers (but the winner will actually get all 3 of those new papers)
Tiny Mask Set (that’s the full set of tiny masks, related to the set of 4 in the free gift mentioned above).

To enter the Mysterious Masquerade Altered Tin 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, FRIDAY Night, February 12, 2021).

And tell me: what will you make with these supplies?

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!

Posted by Leslie, February 11th, 2021

49 responses to “New Art Deco, Crowns, Teapots, Giveaway, FREE gift!”

  1. Coleen Dillon says:

    So terrific to see a tin this month. Love the junk journals, but altered tins are my favorite projects.

  2. kat cashwell says:

    Love this project and those adorable crown brads!

  3. Jen R says:

    I love the vintage style on this!

  4. Loooove this! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. 🙂 I’m working on a 100 Day Project – 100 Days of Signs and Symbols, which I’m sharing on Instagram, and this would be so perfect! I could do a whole tin based on the quatrefoil and its symbolism. p.s. Shannon, love your tin (and your name!)

  5. Birgit says:

    That looks truly mysterious! 🙂

    Lots for greetings from Bavaria, Germany,

  6. Judy says:

    This is truly amazing. Love the mysterious!

  7. Kathy Toews says:

    What a fun giveaway.

    The Deep Blue Sea collage sheet is calling to me. Come away, come away! Follow the call of the siren.

  8. Kim R says:

    Love a good mystery! Esp when it’s art deco!

  9. Ann F. says:

    Those mini masks….so cute!!!

  10. Olivia H. says:

    What a mysterious and awesome project. Would love to receive this giveaway as a stepping stone to creating my own version.

  11. kathleen codyrachel says:

    Oh I love this! My birthday & fat Tuesday are my favorite holidays! This time I hope I win!

  12. mary mcelroy says:

    I love this – so art deco – would love to make this project!

  13. Susan ML says:

    OOh, such a fun giveaway! Would like to make mysterious ladies/gentlemen in tins to give as fun birthday gifts, combining the supplies in the giveaway along with some of what I already have purchased from Alpha Stamps. The Design Team’s artwork always stirs up my imagination to create.

  14. Carmen says:

    The first thing I would love to do with all the supplies is send them to Shannon and have her make me one of these gorgeous tins she made here!!! OMG how gorgeous!!! But my second choice would be to take the supplies and make a series of triptychs of “tins” women from the 20s; Zelda Fitzgerald, Josephine Baker, Gloria Swanson to be the first on my list!

  15. Debi says:

    I love this kit! It’s something different and I can’t wait to play!

  16. Donna says:

    Love the wonderful crafty distractions while we’re stuck home between the weather and covid issues. Thanks so much for all the inspiration.

  17. Jackie says:

    Let the good times roll!! I love anything Mardi Gras and those masks will be delightful

  18. LeahS says:

    Wow that tin is beautiful, and I love the aesthetic! I adore those masks – I would add them to some of our family photos just to switch up the look

  19. Deanne D'Aloia says:

    I love working with tins and masquerades are favorite theme of mine.

  20. Nadine says:

    This would be great for many different projects!

  21. Denise Bryant says:

    I’d decorate the tin and use it to store some special trinkets inside!

  22. Traci says:

    The tins are a fun project. I love all the different ideas that I have seen that tins can be used for. Great project Shannon.

  23. Sharny says:

    I am so in love with this project! I am thrilled with the crown brads. I really enjoy your work. Thank you for sharing this!

  24. Barbara Griggs says:

    Love the imagery of Mardi Gras, just the sort of thing we all need to get through this dreary time!

  25. Laurie S. says:

    Ohhh, love the mystique!! So awesome to create a story!

  26. Lana Adams says:

    le bon temps roule, throw me somethin’ mister!

  27. jean marmo says:

    Loving the masks. Such a fun kit.

  28. Deenie H. says:

    Love the whole notion of ‘mysterious’. What a great piece of tin art. My Gramms loved New Orleans…I would do a Mardi Gras theme & place it on my ancestor altar.

  29. Karen Adams says:

    I’d definitely make this project! Love it!

  30. Karen Mallory says:

    What a fun project! So colorful! I would make this exact project!

  31. Tristan Crane says:

    Super cute project, and I’m loving all these little details you added.

  32. Joyce Skinner says:

    I would love to make this project. I have a lot of ideas for the other items left over too.

  33. Kathy S says:

    Yes! To that crown.

  34. Kelley Tyson says:

    I would love to make a Mardi Gras masquerade ball with the deep room box!

  35. Janet Turner says:

    I love using the tins and this theme is great. Just lovely!

  36. Sylvia Lovitt says:

    The mystery & mask theme is so unique & fun. think I’d like to do a Mardi Gras project-love the purple/ green/ gold colors.

  37. Daylan says:

    Ironic! I was already planning on making a Phantom of the Opera masquerade/gothic romance book display, and this looks just right!

  38. I would make a very seriously mysterious tin shrine with these supplies! I just love AlphaStamps….they get me.

  39. Diana Bittaker says:

    I would definitely make a Phantom of the Opera with this!!

  40. S Hann says:

    I finally did my first tin project. I’m excited to try another one!

  41. Mary DePew says:

    What a gorgeous tin. I love Art Deco and all things twenties! I’d love to make something similar or a shadowbox along the same vein.

  42. Jaimi says:

    Those Tiny Masks are awesome!

  43. Elizabeth Haack says:

    Great stuff! I would make something with a Art Deco theme.

  44. jo says:

    I love the girl in the mask – she looks so coy! Art Deco is the best! Love the tiny masks!!

  45. Debra Gibson says:

    This would be perfect with a Madi Gra theme !! Would love the chance to win! Thank You!!

  46. Kathy U says:

    Mysterious Masquerade – Reminds me of the fun I had in New Orleans

  47. Laural says:

    The colors, presentation & creative vision….Outstanding! Beautiful work Shannon and I may try to

  48. Sue O says:

    Wow, this has me in the tin-making mood!