Make a Minty Piggy Bank

Introduction: Make a Minty Piggy Bank

This is a simple piggy bank or coin holder. Part of this is from photozz's Etched Minty Valentines Candy Box

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Step 1: Materials

Here they are:
1 Altoids Container
Knife
Marker
Link Etching Stuff

Step 2: Customize

For mine I etched my name on to it using the etching instructable. You can spray paint it, or do anything you want to decorate it. Leave a small space for money hole (where yellow box is).

Step 3: Cut Hole

Mark where you want the hole to be with a marker. Then take your knife and cut it out CAREFULLY!! You're done. Pat yourself on the back.

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    7 Discussions

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    nicevidoe
    nicevidoe

    12 years ago on Introduction

    your a bad influence to todlers. they shouldn't be exposed to sharp objects like knives.

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    zjharva
    zjharva

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    i am 12 years old, at the time i was 11

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    dcshoeco33
    dcshoeco33

    13 years ago

    ummmm.... it opens just open it and put money in

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    mothflavour2
    mothflavour2

    13 years ago

    This should really be titled, "Take the paint off of an Altoids tin" Still, I didn't know that etchant could be used for this purpose. This is a great way for someone to make a custom-looking case for electronics projects.