Sweet little metal box full of... mouses! Starting from this diagram of Mmmcrafts, you will be able to build from felt and fabric this house to hosting some small rodents that your children may carry wherever they want. Moreover, it would be a great corner to save their first loose teeth and change them to the Tooth Fairy for small treasures. gift, craft, bed, altoid tin, little ones, travel toys, wee mous, altoids tins, kid
25 survival items in an altoids box, useful for you daypack. I used to make these out of BandAid Tins when I was a kid for hiking, horseback riding and what not. Now Altoids are about the only way you can get a tin (useful for boiling water incase you are wondering). plastic containers, survival kits, alcohol, altoid tin, boxes, altoid surviv, surviv kit, safety pins, altoids tins
Decorate a Altoids tin, then fill it with paper and crayons. Great for restaurants or waiting rooms.
mini suit case from Altoid box - Cover tin with scraps of paper, ribbon and embellishments. Sand the tin lightly then spread tacky glue over the surface. Lay the paper onto each side; let dry thoroughly then trim away excess. altoid tin, the craft, gift cards, box, earth day, altered tins, altoids tins, gift card holders, suitcas
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22 Manly Ways to Reuse an Altoids Tin
Altoid Tin Ideas 1. Purse-sized first aid kit. 2. Tooth tin for the tooth fairy 3. Purse-sized sewing kit 4. Earphone container 5. Change purse 6. Crayon container 7. Carry your sweetner of choice 8. Carry your pins (hair pins, safety pins, etc.) 9. Decorate them for party favors (filled with candy or lipgloss, etc) 10. Emergency candles or decorative party favors, tin idea, sewing kits, altoid tin, mint, first aid kits, candl, safety pins, altoids tins
The Mint that Keeps on Giving: Altoid Tin Ideas 1. Purse-sized first aid kit...example here, 2. Tooth tin for the tooth fairy 3. Purse-sized sewing kit 4. Earphone container (I love this because now my earphones are never tangled up) 5. Change purse 6. Crayon container 7. Carry your sweetner of choice 8. Carry your pins (hair pins, safety pins, etc.) 9. Decorate them for party favors (filled with candy or lipgloss, etc) 10. Emergency candles or decorative (click here for tutorial) 11. Glue some strong magnets to the back and it can hold other magnets on your fridge, or twisty ties (it's those depression girls again that save the twisty ties) 12. Traveling intimacy kit (condoms, chocolates, wipes, etc.) 13. You can create a memory game that fits in the tin (using pictures of your family might be fun). 14. I've used them to hold jewelry when I'm traveling. 15. I've given them to the kids at the beach and say that if it can't fit in there, they can't bring it home. 16. Gift boxes for small presents. 17. Nice snack container for cheerios, etc. 18. When you're in another country it keeps your toilet paper dry and intact as you tour around. 19. Fill it with quarters and give it as a gift to the graduate who is off to college and staying at the dorms...laundry money. 20. Bragbook or Memorybook - see tutorial below 21. Of course you can always use it to hold mints and candy and stuff...