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How can I use empty beautiful tea tin boxes?

I use tin boxes of tea, no matter how corny - for tea. And also, they help me very well in needlework. I store accessories in them, such as beads, beads, sequins. And all this is very conveniently located in the chest of drawers. You always know what and where lies. And I also use cookie tin boxes as storage containers.

I think that cereals, spices, and sugar can be stored in tea boxes - to whom how and what is convenient!

How can I use empty beautiful tea tin boxes?

These are the banks we give to our father.
He makes very convenient blocks out of them - for all kinds of cogs, washers, self-tapping screws, studs and other small things.

He collects the same tin cans from under the tea, puts them on the plywood - fastens them together, screws each to the plywood on which they expose them.

Lays an old belt under the plywood, fastens it in such a way that it turns out two handles.
A very convenient thing is obtained, since each jar has a lid, all the little things - each in its own capacity and is convenient to carry.
For the summer resident an irreplaceable thing.

It’s convenient to store baby supplies in such jars - pencils, brushes, felt-tip pens, markers.
Also connect them together.
True covers in this case are no longer used.

From a flat box you can make a box. Cut flowers, leaves of different colors from multi-colored fleece. Glue the box A nice little thing will turn out.

How can I use empty beautiful tea tin boxes?

In one of these beautiful metal tea boxes, I store ground coffee. I buy coffee beans, grind some beans in a coffee grinder and pour the resulting ground coffee into a metal tea box.

It is very convenient to store freshly ground coffee in such a tin box, as the coffee retains its aroma and does not disappear.

Of course, you can use them to store various little things (nails, buttons, etc.), for tea and coffee, and something else.

But when a lot of them have already accumulated and everything is full everywhere, then you need to come up with something else.
The simplest thing is to throw it away. You say sorry, then you can try to apply them somewhere (that is, their beauty). For example, lay out of them at your cottage some border, or a garden.
You can use them as a means of repelling birds. To do this, they should be hung on taut ropes or wire. From the wind they will knock on each other and scare the birds, and the sun's rays reflected from the jars will create "bunnies" that also scare the birds.
If there is no cottage, then a warehouse of cans should not be created in your apartment.
There are points of delivery of non-ferrous metals, and turn in there. Accumulate a lot and take it there.

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