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Old 04-14-2006, 04:55 PM   #1  
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Default Lunch box tin top...

This question has probably been answered, but I must have missed it...
Is there a template somewhere for the top of the tins?? I don't want to waste a lot of paper trying to figure it out...
Anyone know??
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When I did mine, I just used a scrap piece of computer paper, opened the lid and placed it upside down so it would rest flat on the paper and traced around it. I then cut that out and placed it on the top of the tin. Rubbed my hand around where the handle piece was to "mark" the area and then cut that out. Had to trim a little but got it perfect within a few minutes with one piece of paper

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I finally found one somewhere but depending on where you got your tin the tops are not always the same. I just used scrap paper, too. It took longer but at least I got it right the first time.
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