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  • Diane Gibson

    These are the color inspirations. Dusty vintage colors. Love the idea of using old tins as place holders or centerpieces!

  • Allise Shingle

    vintage tea tins

  • Amber Upshaw

    indian summer- using old tins as containers for arrangements

  • Katia Duncan

    old cans as flower vases

  • Lauren Baird

    Using vintage tin cans as mom used to have that "tea" tin! She probably still does!

  • Swooned

    Lush floral arrangements in old tea tins

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