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this mini lunch box is perfect for packing snacks for road trips and such.
altoids tin2 beadshot glue gunhot glue stickspaperclipwire cutter (not pictured)
put 2 dots of hot glue on top of tin
stick a bead on top of each dot of glue
make a handle out of a paperclip that you will stick in the middle of the 2 beads clip excess off with wire cutters
stick in the handle (add fresh hot glue if needed. just squirt down bead)dood01 says: you could also solder it
i putt a napkin in the bottom of my tin to keep noise reduced then i filled it with cashews and 2 cheese crackers
and your done. i hope you have enjoyed my first instructable.
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I've been looking all over for a lunchbox tin to use as a restaurant gift card holder. This is SO cute!
Thanks for sharing. It's simple, most people have everything on hand and can make it right away.
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