Making Antiqued Tins

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There’s just something about a little antiqued tins that makes my heart sing! I’m not sure if it’s the way the metal is all sorts of shades of light and dark in some places and not in others, or what. But here’s what I do know … I’m absolutely in love with the look! So before you try to make these adorable little tins for this month’s project, you’ll want to be sure that you do a thorough job of antiquing your tins.

Points to Remember:

Antiqued Altoid Tin
  • Be safe! Fire safety is important & nothing to laugh about.
  • Be sure to antique your tins in either a grill or fireplace where the fire can be contained.
  • Use long armed tongs or other metal items to take your tins out of the fire.
  • Be sure to scrub your tins after antiquing them.

Watch the Video on Making Antiqued Tins:


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