5 Things To Do with Candy Tins (1/7)

Candy tins are still as popular as ever. They’re one of the easiest things to recycle into something useful around the house. Check out our 5 suggestions and then come up with some of your own.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

The candy tin is an offshoot of the tin can, invented in 1810 by British merchant Peter Durand.

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