Step 9: Apply artwork and finished!

You can now cut and paste on any decorations you desire onto the lid of the tin. Let the glue dry, and you are finished! congratulations! (Now go camping and try it.) ;)
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usually in the same isle as the mini toothpaste there are travel toothbrushes some fold in half some store in the handle and some hold the toothpaste in the handle
This would be perfect to use for <a href="http://dentalcenterco.com" rel="nofollow">emergency dental care in Steamboat Springs CO</a>. It would probably be a good idea for everyone to have one of these.
Ah, cute! I'm going to suggest this to my <a href="http://www.dentistrychurchillmeadows.ca/html/services.htm" rel="nofollow">dentist in Mississauga</a>. I think he'd like doing something like this to give out to the kids. :)
This is great! What a nifty little kit. It seems like companies might turn this into something that could help people out with keeping their teeth healthy. If my uncle had know abou tthis, he might still have his real teeth! It's a good thing that he was then able to get <a href="http://www.mybite.ca/implants.htm" rel="nofollow">dental implants in Calgary</a> afterwards. Thanks for this post!
This is a pretty great idea. I went to a <a href="http://www.mybite.ca" rel="nofollow">dentistry class in Calgary</a> and they actually suggested each of us make one of these for emergency purposes. Thanks again!
Thanks so much for sharing this! This is totally awesome! I would never have thought to create a little kit like this for <a href="http://www.amazingsmile.ca/" rel="nofollow">dental care in Langley</a>. This really is a fantastic idea! Thanks so much for sharing!
I'm glad that I found this. My friend used to go to a <a href="http://www.dedicateddental.net/services/" rel="nofollow">dentist in tucson az</a> and since hasn't really gone. I think he'd love to have something like this. I will have to share it with him, he's always looking for easier ways to do things.
Although this is great idea, seeing a dentist is a good idea and needs to be done every 6 months. See your <a href="http://www.houstondental.ca" rel="nofollow">dentist in burlington</a> to get a good checkup.
Bandages and gauze? Please explain those to me.<br /> <br /> L<br />
Another way of saying Bandages is Band-Aids. They are basically strips of adhesive with a soft section on the bottom that you put over wounds.&nbsp;A&nbsp;gauze pad&nbsp;is a&nbsp;sterile dressing that you put on injuries to keep it from hurting as badly as it would without. I hope this makes sense to you.
If you'd got a pair of pliers for pulling teeth I'd understand it under the heading &quot;<strong>Dental</strong> care and Well-being kit&quot;. I thought this was just a dental-kit.<br /> <br /> L<br />
Lemonie may know them as plasters!<br /> <br />

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