This was my first try at an altered Altoids Tin, so don't mock it too badly - lol. I really like how it came out!
The tin itself was not difficult and there are a lot of tutorials out there (just google) so I won't go into that other than to say - don't cover it all with paper until you research - I did and mine wouldn't close so I had to make a loop closure for it.
In looking at samples others had created, I noted quite a few with frames on the front. And, since eventually, I would like to make a class out of this (once I get it right), I knew I needed more than one of whatever I chose to use on top! So, I chose some frames that I purchased in a kit a couple of years ago at a warehouse store. I know that I can't possibly find them again, so I had to be able to make more. And . . . in steps my Amazing Mold Putty:
I mixed my Amazing Mold Putty using a 1:1 ratio of "A" and "B" (click on the link at the end of this post to go to their website for a tutorial).