This is my homage to the working stiff, trying to make a buck and shouldn't be spending any more than they have to by eating out for lunch everyday. So Bumpus, treat yourself to a Subway every once in a while, but it is better to make it fresh yourself.
This instructable should not be construed as any endorsement or advertisement of any kind for franchised Subway sandwiches, personally, I prefer Blimpie's. Subway just slices the bread oddly with the v-channel groove.
Step 1: Cardboard and something sticky to hold it together.
You will need:
A graphic of the Altoids tin cover found on the internet.
Click on the "i" button on the image below to work with the image file I used. Select the highest resolution picture for best printing quality.
Print off a color image that is the size of the lunch box you want to make. I just let the printer expand the graphic I had to be a full size sheet of regular paper.
Duct tape in red and white colors, or if you have a different color tin, the matching colors.
I choose not to paint the box but you can if you want. The duct tape adds a durable wear layer to the cardboard.
glue, hot glue gun if you have one.
scissors or utility knife to cut the cardboard.