I've been collecting Ten Seconds Studio products since taking the class with Linda Cain last summer. I placed a large order with them when they had a big sale the day before Thanksgiving so my wonderful hubby could give it to me for Christmas... yes, he was all for the idea. Finally I've used some for the top of this tin. The metal is dark chocolate and I used 3 different molds for the impressions kind of collaging them together. The tin was colored with Ranger Alcohol Inks. All stamps are Studio 490 except the little flower around the edge of the tin, that a Stamps by Judith stick image. Stamping was done with Archival ink jet black. Flowers, leaves, and butterfly were stamped onto grungepaper, cut out, and sponged with distress ink. For the large flower I cut out an extra center to layer on top for added dimension and after sponging with scattered straw added scattered straw distress Stickles. Large flower colored with fired brick. Small flowers colored with worn lipstick and stamped with speckled background. Buttons threaded with red metallic floss, tied on the back and tails left long to stick out. Just a little bit of scattered straw stickles added on top. Leaves colored with peeled paint, flicked with water and blotted up water - this created a natural looking variation in the leaves. Butterfly is sponged with mustard seed and white dots added to body with Inkssential pen... antenna made with craft wire. Saying is stamped onto polished stone background (done remember exact color of alcohol inks but also used some pearl mixative), "stitching" added with ultra fine sharpie. The tin has a diameter of about 5 inches.