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Topic: Stenciled tin-lunchbox and belts  (Read 942 times)
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frannie
« on: October 09, 2006 11:24:23 AM »

I'm gonna combine these two projects into one thread, and I hope there isn't a thread on this already.. I searched for it, but couldn't find anything..  Cause I haven't made very many posts yet, it'll only let me post links to the pictures. Sorry!

The first project is two belts I made for me and a friend. I made the design in photoshop, printed it out, cut out the design using an exacto-knife, taped it on and then used spray paint. It was surprisingly easy, and after about 2 years later they'e still holding up pretty well, they just look a bit worn-in and loved..




The second project is a tin lunchbox I made for a friend's birthday. I bought a plain tin lunchbox at Michael's (the craft store, about $10). Same process except this time I used that sticky book-cover stuff (can buy it at Michael's or Staples), it's adhesive, clear and comes in a roll. It sticks to the surface of the lunchbox better and stayed in place during the 2 coatings of spraypaint I had to use. I also used special spraypaint for metal. Overall, it turned out pretty well.

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chocciekid
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2006 01:18:45 PM »

I <3 the belts. The lightning bolts are super cute. I want a lunchbox like that !
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owl be there
« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2006 02:46:13 PM »

*sigh* i alwasy wanted a tin lunch box.  those clothy ones just never work for me. they always end up smelling like spilled food.  right now im just using a plastic bag...i didnt know they had tin lunchboxes at michaels though! ive looked everywhere lol..anwyay i love your stuff and i wana check out michaels for lunchboxes!
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