Refreshing the breadth of people all over the globe since the 19th century, Altoids tins are stocked in a variety of stores around the world today. The breadth mints are made available in small tins, which after the mints are finished are thrown in the trash bins from where they add up to the landfill waste. While most of us don’t figure out any creative reuse for these tins, there are few innovators who have crafted interesting products using empty Altoids tins. Here are some of the most creative products ever made using recycled Altoids tins.
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Monday, August 13th, 2012 09:03 am GMT +00:00 Anupam Jolly