How to upcycle biscuit tins

Today – How to upcycle biscuit tins

What is your favourite? I like a choccy digestive and a  hobnob and how about a good old choc chip cookie.

I do love my biscuits, particularly with a steaming hot cup of tea.

I have been scouring pinterest to find out how to upcycle biscuit tins.

My waist has gone to pot.

I have munched my way through a lot of biscuits recently. I just cannot seem to help myself.

Oh dear me!

In line with taking care of my waste as well as my waist, I have been learning how to upcycle biscuit (and other) tins. Here are the best of the ideas how to upcycle biscuit tins I have come across. I am definitely going to get some chalk paint and make some gift tins. If you find a good idea screen shot that idea immediately. Save your upcycled biscuit tins in the kitchen and on the pc or they may be lost forever.

 

How to upcycle biscuit tins – top tips

 

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Bench & Chairs

Credit :Dotcomgiftshop  Via becky Via Pinterest

 

 

Stationary Tubs

Credit: Dysfunctional Diva Via becky Via Pinterest

flower tins

Flower Tubs

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candle tins

Candle Jars

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Chalkboard Paint Gift Tin

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 Which one do you like best – if you have  any ideas on upcycling I would just LOVE to hear them

 

Upcycling is a great way to be more green, it also inspires you to be creative and it saves you money. Upcycling is definitely a win win win. I have been writing about arts and crafts on a budget

and upcycling quite a lot recently.

 

More cool upcycling ideas

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how to upcycle heirloom jewellery

upcycled noticeboards

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3 Comments

  1. Jen aka The Mad House
    January 7, 2014 / 09:54

    Great ideas. I use ours to plan herbs in. They look fab on the kitchen window ledge and make great mothers day gifts

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  3. September 8, 2019 / 17:39

    Nice post, so many things can do with tins but I had no idea with bench and chairs , thanks for sharing this.

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