UPDATE: My DH just told me that I have incorrectly spelled the word Whiskey here. In America Whiskey is spelled with an ey (whiskey) but in Scotland it only has a y (whisky.) Sorry my Scottish friends I didn't mean to blight the work and words. I will change it now!!
I decided to alter another of the whisky cans my husband gave me. Chuck loves single malt scotch and they only place it is made is in Scotland and they ship the bottles in these nifty cans. This is the second can that I have altered this year. The first can be viewed here. I really like the blue and whites in that can and the cutesy little birds. This can is different in that I used distressing and quite a few different techniques then I did in the first one. The first is feminine and this could be for either a man or woman.
I used the Tim Holtz Paper Stack Crowded Attic to cover the can and used Basic Black card stock to make the scalloped edge trim. I stamped some of the labels from the Tim Holtz/StampersAnon travel sets, Air Travel and Travel labels, on Very Vanilla card stock with Black Soot, Fired Brick, and Old Olive and cut them out.
Here is an up close of the details:
I mounted the air ticket on Basic Black card stock and adhered it to the can with Dimensionals from Stampin'Up! The labels I cut out I also popped some of them up on the dimensionals and some are glued directly to the paper. The air plane was cover with Accents Glaze and let dry before popping it up with a glue dot on the brad that holds the ball chain and philosophy tag in place. A mini paper clip 'holds' the ticket together.