Registered: August 31, 2004 Location: Litchfield Park, AZ Posts: 76
Tue, Mar 13, 2007 @ 8:07 AM
This is TTTOOOOO CUTE!! Is the container an actual band aid container that came with band aids in it? Where did you get the container? I have only seen band ais sold in cardboard containers.
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Registered: March 12, 2005 Location: Carlsabad, CA Posts: 445
Tue, Mar 13, 2007 @ 8:15 AM
I was the lucky person who received this tin from my angel Carol.. I love it, the paper combo was great.. I was so lucky and it was one of the best gifts I have received.. very special. Thanks former big sis..
Registered: January 13, 2005 Location: in the 5 O's Posts: 1100
Tue, Mar 13, 2007 @ 8:59 AM
Thanks, Pam, for answering the questions! :) Yes, I got my tins at Joanns.com, but I've seen them at Michael's and other craft stores too. They are solid white and sold with all the other tins - lunchbox, DVD, CD, etc. They call them band aid tins because they are the same size and shape as the ones that band aids used to come in (if you're old enough to remember!), but these are plain and don't contain any band aids! :)
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Registered: February 1, 2007 Location: Utah Posts: 386
Sun, Mar 18, 2007 @ 2:22 PM
This tin is very cute! I love the spring colors. There are so many uses for these: as a teacher, I could use them in my classroom to hold math manipulatives and game pieces like counters and dice. They also would be cute as part of a college survival kit holding band-aids or postage stamps. Thanks for sharing your creativity!