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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Got Altoids?

I love tiny things.  Itsy Bitsy things are just cute. 
I also love a good idea, even if it is not mine.  These new ideas for
ways to use Altoid tins are not mine, but they are just too cute not to show.
How handy would this be on a vacation?  Or in the doctor's offce?  Or as a fun
way to remember a good story?
recommends the above little travel coloring kit.

This little cutie is a tiny little set of paper dolls
with tiny little scissors, a glue stick and fabric scraps...a teeny kit
for a BIG imagination from
(and she does make some stuff!)

Who wouldn't want a tiny little bunny with it's own
tiny little bear, in a tiny little bed?  It comes to us from

Lastly, this isn't really from an Altoid tin, but there is no reason
it would not work in itsy bitsy accordian book.  Think of the
possibilities....collection of stamps, buttons, stickers.  A re-cap of a favorite book, tiny book of photos,
fun keepsakes from a "little" vacation...there is no end to it.
Martha brings us this idea.

So many fun ideas for such a simple little everyday throw-away.
Think outside the (Altoid) box!

Our winner of Susanna Hill's FREE book after Phyllis' interview Friday is.......
Congrats Jennifer....I'll be in touch!


  1. These are so precious, Sharon. I'll never think of an Altoid tin in the same way, and I'm afraid you have me on the look out for some to share. How very creative and fun!

    ReplyDelete happy to hear from you.........