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Big Sweet Tin

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
I'm kinda making my mate's christmas pressie.
I've bought lots of old fashioned sweets and goodies and am now looking for a nice tin, preferably with sweets on it to put it all in.
If i dont find anything, i guess i'll have to use some sort of box but would prefer a nice tin.

Have searched around and can't find anything.

Can anybody help please?

Many thanks.
magough Avatar
6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago

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just pop to Home Bargains, buy some Celebrations for £2.49, empty and eat contents, then use the box!
Sounds like a plan but no Home Bargains near me lol.

I'd like some sort of old fashioned tin rather than a "new age" one if poss or just a tin with pics of sweets on.
Thanks for the idea tho :)
Loads on ebay, some in IKEA (not printed with sweets), or how about glass jars, again from IKEA
Not a tin, but for my eldest dughters birthday last month I found a glass storage jar from Asda for £1, proper old fashioned jar with a twisty lid, filled it full with Haribos etc for about £5. She was so pleased, got to do the same for my youngest on Xmas day, but she wants chocolates, got questions asked at the checkout today when I was buying 20 freddo bars,lol

That is what I would go for, a jar rather than a tin, even a kilner jar would be really nice :)
Ikea have various Jars and tins that may do what you need.
Thanks guys.
Unfortunately no ikea near me.
Will have to try and look out for some jars but i need a really big 1.
I've got all different kinds of sweets so would've preferred a big tin or fancy box.
would say Ikea is your best x
You could try the supermarkets and have a look at the cake storage tins there? I know that Sainsburys do them, though they come in sets and might be a bit too expensive. Amazon also have them, but don't know if you would get them in time.
B&M have tins..

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