Lisa has a fabulous range of alterable items in the shop, and the little suitcases are gorgeous!
Here is what i did with mine ...
And this is how I did it ...
I am a cheapskate and won't pay for patterned tissue paper so I make my own. So all you need is white tissue paper, your alterable, stamps, inks and embellishments.
Before I started I carefully peeled the straps back using a craft knife - this just makes it easier to cover the case.
I used archival black and sepia inks and stamped all over the tissue paper with stamps. I used Stampers Anonymous Air Travel set. You need to be patient at this point and let the ink dry thoroughly.
Once the ink was dry I covered the suitcas with PVA glue and then eased the tissue paper over. It doesn't need to be very smooth, a few creased helps with the aged look! You need to cut into the sides to allow the paper to fold .
Once you have covered it and the tissue is dry, glue the straps back down.
Now to age it up - I used vintage photo distress ink and rubbed it all over the suitcase, but not over the straps.
The straps were covered in walnut stain distress ink to add a bit of a contrast.