Altered Altoid Tins For Gift Giving

Altered Altoid Tins For Gift Giving

Altered Altoid Tins For Gift Giving
Altered Altoid Tins For Gift Giving

From the blogger: "I had so much fun altering these Altoid tins for gift giving. They are the perfect size for gift cards or money or a little piece of jewelry tucked inside. Since they are decorated they make a cute little trinket box after the gift is received. The little Altoid tins are decorated with scraps of trim and metal charms. Each one is whimsical and can be tailored with the occasion in mind. You can make each altered Altoid Tin truly OOAK [one of a kind]."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialRecycled Materials

Primary TechniqueGreen Crafting

Difficulty LevelEasy

Materials List

  • Empty Altoid tins
  • Hot Glue &/or Mod Podge
  • Embellishments (beads, washi tape, jewels, etc.)

Instructions

  1. Gather supplies to decorate the tin

  2. Wash and dry the tin removing all oils.

  3. Use your imagination + hot glue or Mod Podge to decorate. Trims can include: fabric, washi tape, pearls, charms, vintage sheet music to line the insides and bottom.

  4. Have fun!

Altered Altoid Tins For Gift Giving

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