Pretty And Practical ... And Free!

It's been quite a year of 'firsts' for Pink Petticoat so far this year - my first Pink Petticoat paper pack, my first Pink Petticoat stamps ... and now this ... my first Pink Petticoat storage tin.
It's the first time I've been involved in designing a project that wasn't specifically for paper crafters. It's still for crafters though : )

This pretty and practical, cute little storage tin will be a free gift with the next issue of 'The World of Cross Stitching'. Do you recognise the design? It's from the 'Vintage Rose' Collection. Doesn't it look adorable?

This has been a very exciting project for me to be involved with. And I'm really looking forward to having my little Pink Petticoat tin in my Pink Petticoat studio. In fact, I might just have more than one ... one for pink buttons, one for blue buttons, one for brads ... and the little magnet in the lid will be perfect for keeping my pretty little hat pins stored safely away.

And if you'd like one too, the magazine you need is 'The World of Cross Stitching', which will be on sale on the 21st July.

8 comments on Pretty And Practical ... And Free!

  1. Well done Liz!! This is so cute and pretty! It will come in so handy for me and my sewing bits and pieces. I love the magnetised lid, I'm always losing pins and needles down the sides of chairs, so this will be brilliant!! I'm definitely going to get a copy of the magazine when it's available. Thanks for letting us know about it xx

  2. Oh Liz .. .. this is just soooo cute!!!

    That design looks just as gorgeous on a tin as it does on your papers.

    Love Jules xx

  3. This is blooming Gorgeous Liz..I must get one..TFS
    Way to go..
    Enjoy the rest of your weekend :) xxx

  4. Well done this is lovely:) Sandra H

  5. Oh liz - this looks so sweet! I'd better work out how many I need!

  6. got a reminder on my phone to go n buy - its so lovely ...... perfect!

  7. A Brill idea, that looks beautiful, must be a hit :)

  8. BOO HOO!! I received my copy of the magazine, and usually I don't mind if the free gift is missing, but when I turned to page nine and saw that adorable tin, I was just gutted. Imagine my disappointment at having missed out on such a cute little tin.