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 Post subject: Looking for Paint cans..
 Post Posted: Sun Apr 20, 2008 5:26 pm 
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Hey all

Can anyone tell me where in UK I can get paint cans for altering?? I have been googling for hours!! TIA


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 Post Posted: Sun Apr 20, 2008 6:15 pm 
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Hi Paula,
don't know if this is any good http://www.paints4u.com/ProductDetails. ... uctID=1387

I did buy a clear one a few months ago but I cannot remember where I got it from (and I cannot find the receipt for it either)


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 Post Posted: Sun Apr 20, 2008 6:28 pm 
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Hi, theres no pic but yes thank you, and for that price I can practise as much as I like. Thanks for taking the time to reply Katie!


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No problem I am please that I could help. If I ever remember where I got the other one from I will let you know.


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Thanks Katie, I appreciate it.


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I think Hobby horse crafts do the clear ones

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Thank you very much H, will check it out after CSI!!


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search for paint pails

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I had this saved in my favourites from ages ago don't know if its any help

http://www.carrierbagshop.co.uk/product ... t+Tins.htm

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I have tins , paint and other too!
http://www.theartisticstamper.com/Tins2.htm
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I hadn't noticed your tins before - I like the pencil tin

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:D Lots of hidden stuff on the website :D :D :D

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I used the Paintsforu ones as well they are quick in delivery and very low postage.


Jennie I saw a made up film tin the other day it looked wonderful , these are great decorated with alcohol ink.

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I like the sliding tins best of all.. just so neat , and alcohol ink does work soooo well with them. I made this :
http://www.theartisticstamper.com/grung ... roject.htm

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:envy: Hiya

I made a slidey top tin for Jennie a few months ago, I used Alcohol inks and Grungeboard......ooooh, I looove messy about with those inks! The piccie is here

http://pinkleart.blogspot.com/2008_01_01_archive.html

It is on Jan 13th so a little way down the page though......if you want to have a look of course :D :D


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