Vintage Biscuit Tin Storage Idea

January 25th, 2012 in member junk     
JunkAngel JunkAngel, member
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Vintage Biscuit Tin for Paper Crafting Storage

Vintage Biscuit Tin for Paper Crafting Storage


I discovered that a vintage biscuit tin has the perfect dimensions to hold 12" x 12" bulky paper crafting supplies. It looks good and keeps everything neat.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, metal, container, cottage, organizer, farm, retro, 40s

Comments (7)

EricColbert writes: Now show this to my wife who loves arts annd crafty things! And the only thing she loves more than arts and crafts is arts and crafts storage - apparently they are a project in itself or something of the sort and she can spend hours just doing up boxes or little display items to display and use around the house. Me? I'd just probablycontinue poutting cookies and biscuits inside the tins - all the better to transport those lovely home-baked goodies that she makes too in any case ;) Posted: 12:12 am on October 13th
MarkSindone writes: I love everything vintage too. I think that they look unique and attractive without much need for a paint job or exclusive colours. Usually it is their designs or patterns that often attract people. I have a few vintage biscuit tins as well around the house but they are much smaller. Thus, I have used them for the storage of little things like buttons, keys, and any other bits and pieces lying around the house. They make great décor too if arranged skilfully. Posted: 9:05 pm on July 16th
DeRenae writes: Love the biscuit tin and the way you are using it. I knew that I recognized that pattern immediately. Yup, it matches my tin cake carrier. Posted: 4:58 am on November 12th
1retrogal writes: I have three of these that I store my ribbons and lace remnants in. I love how they look on my shelf!
Posted: 10:22 am on March 14th
annebell writes: This is such a great idea, and so stylish. Awesome! Those old tins have so much personality. Posted: 3:22 pm on January 27th
JunkArchitect writes: Using tins is one of the things I miss the most about the way company's package goods today. What will people collect in 50 years...vintage iPads and laptops?

I love your concept.

Jim

Posted: 8:50 am on January 27th
BluebirdGoods writes: Cute! I love old tins. IMO, they have the greatest amount of character that comes with age, wear & tear. Very pretty.

I pinned this to my repurpose & organization boards.

http://pinterest.com/pin/158470480607880789/ Posted: 8:32 am on January 26th
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