I always like to add “feet” (four wooden beads) to my tins so they stand up a little higher. It also allows you to select slightly longer trims for the sides. The bottom was first covered with a thin green fabric (you can still see the writing beneath it, but that is not a big deal; I just wanted the tin covered). The purple flower was just a machine-embroidered motif on the fabric. I thought it would be cute to include it.
The inside is a quilted satin fabric - a vintage piece I have had for years and use sparingly here and there. I actually did the inside FIRST by glueing down the two lining pieces and then glueing trims down to cover the raw edges.
And of course, once it was finished, I filled it with some lacey goodness for Sandra!
Until next time,