- Vintage tin box, (an Altoids tin would work) larger than 3″ x 5″
- Watercolor paper, 140lb, cold press (any brand), torn to a size that will fold and fit into your tin box. I just used scraps.
- Papers and fabric scraps (linen, silk, cotton, your choice) to collage with
- Matte medium– I use Liquitex but any brand will work
- Glue stick
- Sand paper, small piece medium grade or what you have on hand, (a scouring pad could also work)
- Found metal objects or momentos, and/or gatherings from nature
- Wire, 26 gauge
- Thread, I use waxed thread.
- Sharp tapestry needle
- Straight edge
- Acrylic paints– any brand, I picked four colors to use
- Paint brush
- Small hammer and nail to poke holes in tin (a drill would work)
- Ink pad, permanent- I used Stazon
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